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Is Uranus B6 equivalent to AISI904L?


Q. Are Uranus B6 and AISI904L equivalent? What about using AISI904L in phosphoric, sulphuric acids and ammonia atmosphere?

Srinivasn Nagarajan
M/S Ceecons - Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India


A. Hello Srinivasn!

Well, a simple search on Google turned up a site which cross references Uranus B6 as 904L. So at least one company thinks they're equivalent. Then, going to Allegheny Ludlum will give you some information on 904L. Caveat reader!

lee gearhart
Lee Gearhart

March 21, 2017

A. The material URANUS B6 is very well used in PHOSPHORIC ACID application by CHEMICAL COMPANIES LIKE INDO JORDAN, FAUJI FERTILIZERS. We are supplying this regularly.

We have give URANUS B6 as an equivalent to 904L and it has been accepted technically by the clients.

KSB - Indian working in Dubai

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