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eron
Worldwide, Joined Nov 2011, 5

eron

Worldwide,
Joined Nov 2011
5
00:29 Jan-19-2012
material testing

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What standard do you use for checking the elemental composition of stainless steels. What ranges for the different elements. I want to have a document that confirms what PMI or the MTR's give me.


thank you for your reply
Eron

 
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Hari Kishore
NDT Inspector,
Sievert Group of Companies, India, Joined Nov 2011, 14

Hari Kishore

NDT Inspector,
Sievert Group of Companies,
India,
Joined Nov 2011
14
10:10 Jan-19-2012
Re: material testing
In Reply to eron at 00:29 Jan-19-2012 (Opening).

PMI

 
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eron
Worldwide, Joined Nov 2011, 5

eron

Worldwide,
Joined Nov 2011
5
01:17 Jan-20-2012
Re: material testing
In Reply to eron at 00:29 Jan-19-2012 (Opening).

I am more looking for the astm or aisi document

 
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S V Swamy
Engineering, - Material Testing Inspection & Quality Control
Retired from Nuclear Fuel Complex , India, Joined Feb 2001, 787

S V Swamy

Engineering, - Material Testing Inspection & Quality Control
Retired from Nuclear Fuel Complex ,
India,
Joined Feb 2001
787
14:52 Jan-20-2012
Re: material testing
In Reply to eron at 01:17 Jan-20-2012 .

There are many standards for elemental analysis. Most of them depend on spectrography, XRF etc. for the main alloying elements and special equipment for Carbon and Sulphur (combustion based methods). Vacuum Emission Spectrometers provide almost a one-stop solution for most of the commercial austenitic stainless steels.

Confirmation of PMI (which is done mostly by Shop floor portable spectroscopy and or XRF) is done using the laboratory VES as mentioned above or wet chemical methods in case of border results.

Regards

Swamy

 
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