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HI - IVC-3 - NON-FERROUS PIPE AND TUBING; ALUMINUM COILED TUBING (ASTM B210-88) INSTRUMENT LINES, OIL LINES, REFRIGERATION SERVICES Organization: HI
Date: 1990-01-01
ASTM - ASTM B241 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR ALUMINUM-ALLOY SEAMLESS PIPE AND SEAMLESS EXTRUDED TUBE Organization: ASTM
Date: 1982-08-27
Description: This specification2 covers aluminum alloy seamless pipe in the alloys and tempers shown in Table 2 and extruded round seamless tube in the alloys and tempers shown in Table 3, intended for pressure applications.
AASHTO M 289 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR ALUMINUM-ZINC ALLOY COATED SHEET STEEL FOR CORRUGATED STEEL PIPE Organization: AASHTO
Date: 1991-01-01
Description: This specification covers sheet steel for corrugated steel pipe, which is coated with a 55 percent aluminum-zinc alloy on continuous lines by the hot-dip process.
AWWA C903 - POLYETHYLENE–ALUMINUM–POLYETHYLENE (PE–AL–PE) COMPOSITE PRESSURE PIPE, 12 MM (½ IN.) THROUGH 51 MM (2 IN.), FOR WATER SERVICE Organization: AWWA
Date: 2016-06-19
Description: This standard describes the requirements for composite polyethylene–aluminum– polyethylene pipe (hereinafter referred to as PE–AL–PE) in metric nominal inside diameter (ID) sizes 12 mm (½ in.) through 51 mm (2 in.).
WRC BUL 32 - GRAPHITIZATION OF STEEL IN PETROLEUM REFINING EQUIPMENT AND THE EFFECT OF GRAPHITIZATION OF STEEL ON STRESS RUPTURE PROPERTIES - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: WRC
Date: 1957-01-01
Description: Of the steels examined, ASTM A I06 pipe indicated the highest tendency to graphitize; and, of the carbon steels, ASTM A285 plate material indicated the highest resistance to graphitization.

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