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Chris Chilton
Chris Chilton
02:38 May-14-2004
Cast Steel

I am trying to find an equivalent ISO and/or ASTM designations for BS 3100 Carbon & Manganese Casting Steels Grades AL1, AL2, AL3 & BL2.

Does anyone have any information on this or sources I can consult?


 
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emily woo
emily woo
02:28 May-26-2004
Re: Cast Steel
i would like to know the advantages of CAST STEEL AS 2074 Grade C5.

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: I am trying to find an equivalent ISO and/or ASTM designations for BS 3100 Carbon & Manganese Casting Steels Grades AL1, AL2, AL3 & BL2.
: Does anyone have any information on this or sources I can consult?
------------ End Original Message ------------




 
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James Dolfi
Director
ford, USA, Joined Oct 1999, 8

James Dolfi

Director
ford,
USA,
Joined Oct 1999
8
00:36 May-27-2004
Re: Cast Steel
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: i would like to know the advantages of CAST STEEL AS 2074 Grade C5.
: : I am trying to find an equivalent ISO and/or ASTM designations for BS 3100 Carbon & Manganese Casting Steels Grades AL1, AL2, AL3 & BL2.
: : Does anyone have any information on this or sources I can consult?
------------ End Original Message ------------

You may be able to get all the info you want at
http://www.key-to-steel.com/

They cross reference all steels and standards.



 
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ian
ian
04:16 Jul-21-2004
Re: Cast Steel
thank you so much for this opportunity. i want to know about the chemical compositions of material called GS-60.3 . Thank you


 
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Ed T.
Ed T.
05:28 Jul-22-2004
Re: Cast Steel
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: thank you so much for this opportunity. i want to know about the chemical compositions of material called GS-60.3 . Thank you
------------ End Original Message ------------
Try these links:

http://www.rz.fh-ulm.de/labore/wplabor/Englisch/FurtherInfo/Tests/Test11/metallographic%20determination%20v11.htm
http://www.felis.hr/en/cast-general.html
http://www.proximedia.com/local/jkservice/produkt1ban.htm


 
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