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Product Materials

SA 105 Carbon Steels  
SA 182 Low Alloy Steels F1, F5, F5a, F9, F91, F11, F12, F22
  Martensitic Stainless Steels F6a, F6NM
  Ferritic-Austenitic Stainless Steels F51, F60
  Austenitic Stainless Steels F304, F304H, F304L, F310, F316, F316H, F316L, F317, F317L, F321, F321H, F347, F347H, F348, F348H
SA 266 Carbon Steels Gr.1, Gr.2, Gr.3, Gr.4
SA 350 Carbon and Low Alloy Steels LF1, LF2, LF3, LF6 Class 1, LF6 Class 2, LF9
SA 541 Q & T Carbon and Alloy Steels Gr.2 Class 2, Gr.22 Class 3
SA 765 Carbon and Low Alloy, Low Temp. Steels Gr.1, Gr.2, Gr.3, Gr.4
API Carbon, Low Alloy and Stainless Steels 36K, 45K, 60K, 75K, 110K
AISI Carbon Steels 1018M, 1020M, 1022M, 1030's, 1040's
  Carbon Alloy Steels 4130, 4140, 4340, 8630, 8630M
A 694 High Yield Steels F42, F46, F48, F50, F52, F56, F60, F65, F70
A 705 Age Hardening Stainless Steels 17-4PH
A 707 Carbon and Alloy Steels Gr.L3 Class 1, Gr.L3 Class 2, Gr.L3 Class 3
B 564 Nickel Alloy Steels Series 400, 600 and 800
     
NOTE    
Purchaser to specify material class where applicable.
Materials listed are normally available in billet form from FCI inventories or stocks made available to FCI.
All materials comply with the applicable ASME, ASTM, API and AISI Codes and/or Specifications.
Materials can be selected to comply with “NACE” requirements upon request.
  * Products can also be furnished in other carbon steels, alloy steels, stainless, high nickel and non-ferrous alloys upon request.
  * Materials exhibiting other than standard Code chemical and/or physical properties or materials requiring specialized steel making practices can be furnished by FCI upon special order.

NOTE:
Technical data contained in this section governed by ASME or other Codes/Specifications are subject to change and are therefore provided for information purposes only and are not to be used for design purposes. Refer to latest edition of applicable Code/Specification and addendums thereto for required design data.

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If you have questions around the product materials we recommend using for your project, contact us at  (281) 441-4088 or email us at sales@forgedcomponents.com to learn more. Forged Components is a leading forged pressure vessel manufacturer with experience in meeting ASME industry standards.