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Website for International Alloys ??

Website for International Alloys ??

Website for International Alloys ??

Does anyone know of any website on International Alloy designations ??  I am trying to find a US equivalent for 13crmo44v.


RE: Website for International Alloys ??

There is no website with which I am familiar that has the information you need.  The following reference books are the best way to obtain this information:

Worldwide Guide to Equivalent Irons and Steels, 4th Edition

Stahlschl├╝ssel (Key to Steel), 19th Edition

Regarding 13CrMo4 4V, I do not know if there is a direct  US equivalent or not.  This grade appears in DIN EN 10273, which is similar to ASTM A 739.  Grade B11 is a similar Cr-Mo steel, but is not specified to be alloyed with V.  I do not know if the mechanical properties are specified to be the same as the EN standard.  I would investigate this alloy further an alloy steel bar supplier.

RE: Website for International Alloys ??

13CrMo44V equals 1Cr-1/2 Mo material (e.g. A 335 P12 if pipe materal) .
The V means "Vergueted" which is German for Normalised and Tempered.

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