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05:51 Jan-09-2004

Dana Ives

Engineering
CoreStar International Corp.,
USA,
Joined Jan 2003
10
Corten Tubing

I am trying to get information concerning Corten tubing material. Its UNS number is K11535 with an ASTM of A423A & 423M. We are trying to locate some of this material to fabricate a standard that would be used to inspect the tubes of a Moisture Separator Reheater (MSR). If anyone out there can shed light, it would be most appreciated.


 
02:15 Jan-11-2004

N.Kuppusamy

Consultant, NDT Level-III Engineer
Advanced Inspection & Testing (S) Pte Ltd,
Singapore,
Joined Dec 2003
34
Re: Corten Tubing Dana Ives,

The composition of ASTM A423 as follows:
Gr.1 Gr.2
C 0.15 0.15
Mn 0.55 0.50-1.00
S 0.06 0.05
Si 0.10 ----
Cu 0.20-060 0.30-1.00
Cr 0.24-1.31 ----
Ni 0.20-0.70 0.40 -1.10
Mo ---- 0.10
Note: all single values indicates maximum percentage.

For more details regarding suppliers, please visit the site:

http://www.metalinfo.com/

Regrads,

N.Kuppusamy

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: I am trying to get information concerning Corten tubing material. Its UNS number is K11535 with an ASTM of A423A & 423M. We are trying to locate some of this material to fabricate a standard that would be used to inspect the tubes of a Moisture Separator Reheater (MSR). If anyone out there can shed light, it would be most appreciated.
------------ End Original Message ------------




 
05:49 Feb-26-2004
Keith Woods
Re: Corten Tubing ASTM A847 is the proper specification for Corten equivalent tubing

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Dana Ives,
: The composition of ASTM A423 as follows:
: Gr.1 Gr.2
: C 0.15 0.15
: Mn 0.55 0.50-1.00
: S 0.06 0.05
: Si 0.10 ----
: Cu 0.20-060 0.30-1.00
: Cr 0.24-1.31 ----
: Ni 0.20-0.70 0.40 -1.10
: Mo ---- 0.10
: Note: all single values indicates maximum percentage.
: For more details regarding suppliers, please visit the site:
: http://www.metalinfo.com/
: Regrads,
: N.Kuppusamy
: : I am trying to get information concerning Corten tubing material. Its UNS number is K11535 with an ASTM of A423A & 423M. We are trying to locate some of this material to fabricate a standard that would be used to inspect the tubes of a Moisture Separator Reheater (MSR). Ifanyone out there can shed light, it would be most appreciated.
------------ End Original Message ------------




 
02:07 May-05-2004
friend-finder
Re: Corten Tubing ----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Dana Ives,
: The composition of ASTM A423 as follows:
: Gr.1 Gr.2
: C 0.15 0.15
: Mn 0.55 0.50-1.00
: S 0.06 0.05
: Si 0.10 ----
: Cu 0.20-060 0.30-1.00
: Cr 0.24-1.31 ----
: Ni 0.20-0.70 0.40 -1.10
: Mo ---- 0.10
: Note: all single values indicates maximum percentage.
: For more details regarding suppliers, please visit the site:
: http://www.metalinfo.com/
: Regrads,
: N.Kuppusamy
------------ End Original Message ------------

I am trying to get information concerning Corten tubing material. Its UNS number is K11535 with an ASTM of A423A & 423M. We are trying to locate some of this material to fabricate a standard that would be used to inspect the tubes of a Moisture Separator Reheater (MSR). If anyone out there can shed light, it would be most appreciated.




 


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