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Deletion of 1.4532 from En 10088-2

Deletion of 1.4532 from En 10088-2

Deletion of 1.4532 from En 10088-2

Hello there,

The Material 1.4532 has been deleted from En 10088-2(It was there in 1995 edition). Can any one help me , which code it is included in? I need to verify the mechanical properties but all i find is only from google but not from any En Code.


RE: Deletion of 1.4532 from En 10088-2

Would the properties from the old standard suffice? What properties are you looking for?


RE: Deletion of 1.4532 from En 10088-2

Thanks for the reply.

Iam looking for mechanical properties. As per the 1995 edition it was 1100 MPA and 20% elongation. But since it was deleted from 1999 edition onwards, i would like to know where this material has been included. I searched and found ISO 15510 but it has only chemical properties.

To summarize, I would like to know which EN/DIN code has 1.4532 still in it.

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