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Please could you give me ASTM equivalents of the following materials;

Please could you give me ASTM equivalents of the following materials;

Please could you give me ASTM equivalents of the following materials;

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Please could you give me ASTM equivalents of the following materials;

BS EN 10025 S275 (black plate, bar & rolled sections for general fabrication)

BS1501 151/161 Grade 430B (boiler quality plate)

BS 970 080M40 (shafts)

BS 970 080M40 Normalised after forging (shafts)

Bright mild steel bar - BS970  070M20   (for machined components)

Cast iron: BS1452 Grade 300 (bearing housings)

Heat-resisting cast iron:      Meehanite type HS       C: 2.9 - 3.1%,       Si: 4.75 - 5.25%,     S: 0.010% max,       P: 0.100% max,       Mn: 0.6 - 0.8%,      Cr: up to 0.5%     (cast door and door frame)

Lead bronze: BS EN 1982:1998 Table 30-CuSn5Pb20-C  (castings - bearing bushes and thrust washers)

Stainless steel grade 304  (plate - kiln feed chute)

Stainless Steel to BS1449 Part 4 1967 Grade 310 S24 (plate)

High alloy cast steel to BS3100:1991 Grade 310 C40, with max working temp of 1200°C  (stainless steel casting - nose ring for kiln cooling air shell)

Stainless steel grade 316L  (plate - kiln discharge hood)

Hexagon head bolts, screws and nuts to BS 4190 grades 4.6 / 4 (Metric)

Hexagon head bolts, screws and nuts to BS 3692 grades 8.8 / 8 (Metric)

RE: Please could you give me ASTM equivalents of the following materials;

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RE: Please could you give me ASTM equivalents of the following materials;

BS EN 10025 S 275 , Refer A 36

BS 1510 Refer A 20 , A 516, A 515

For Steel Grade S 304, 316, 310, There are so many STD for different Product forms. A 182 for Forging, A 312 for Pipes, A 213 for tube, A 269 for Tube, A 240 for Plates. and so on

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