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English equivalents of Aisi 316L sch. 40 / sch. 80


(1999)

I am trying to confirm English equivalents for various terms encountered in a Spanish text. I believe they are probably the same but need to confirm.

Aisi 316L scho 40 / scho 80
SAF 2205 Esp. Xa
SCI

Peter Brunton Liddell  
- Barcelona, Spain


(1999)

Hi, Peter. AISI is American Iron & Steel Institute; 316L is low-carbon variety of type 316 stainless steel; Sch. 40 is standard wall pipe; Sch. 80 is heavy wall pipe. Sorry, I don't know the others offhand.

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