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Comparison - Equivalent Grades of Grey Iron, Ductile Iron, SG Iron & Nodular Graphite Iron This is a comparison table for the grey iron and ductile iron grades of various standards showing equivalents, including AS, EN, BS, ISO, ASTM, DIN, JIS, UNI, NF, IS, UNF, NBN, AS, SS, NS. Carbon Steel Grade Equivalents. If you are not able to find the grade of steel you are looking for, please contact us at 281-645-0177. We would love to help you find what you are looking for. REQUEST A QUOTE. ASTM / ASME / SAE. Fastener Identifi cation Markings: ASTM, SAE, ISO Grade Identifi cation Marking Specifi cation Material Nominal Size Range (in.) Proof Load Stress (ksi) Hardness Rockwell See Note Min Max No Mark ASTM A563 Grade 0 Carbon Steel 1/4 thru 1-1/2 69 B55 C32 3, 4 ASTM A563 Grade A 90 B68 ASTM A563 - Grade B 1/4 thru 1 120 B69 Over 1.

Industry standards are created by an issuing agency and may be approved/adopted by a larger national or international organization (such as ANSI or ISO, respectively). The purpose of adoption by larger national and international organizations is to promote manufacuturing and distribution of products which are safe, reliable, and of sufficient quality. There are so many Standards Publishing Organisations like API, ISO, ASTM, BSI, CEN, ASME, DIN, JIS & NACE in the world.

Equivalent standards usually have the same title, with no changes in the text, and are thus identical to the original standard. However, there are times when a specific standard will be modified slightly when reissued and approved by another organization.

The following is the list Equivalent / Identical / Similar – Standards / Specifications / Technical Reports / Recommended Practices / Technical Specifications of API & ISO.

Download the attached PDF for more details :API – ISO Equivalents

API STD / RP / Spec / MPMS / TRISO STD / TS
API Spec 6AISO 10423
API Spec 9AISO 10425
API STD 607ISO 10497
API RP 13CISO 13501
API STD 2000ISO 28300
API Spec 14AISO 10432
API Spec 19G2ISO 17078-2
API MPMS Chapter 2.2EISO 12917-1
API Spec 17JISO 13628-2
API Spec 14LISO 16070
API MPMS Chapter 2.2DISO 7507-4
API TR 5C3ISO/TR 10400
API RP 7G-2ISO 10407-2
API RP 13B-1ISO 10414-1
API RP 13IISO 10416
API RP 14BISO 10417
API Spec 7-1ISO 10424-1
API Spec 7-2ISO 10424-2
API Spec 10AISO 10426-1
API RP 10B-2ISO 10426-2
API RP10B-3ISO 10426-3
API RP10B-4ISO 10426-4
API RP10B-5ISO 10426-5
API RP10B-6ISO 10426-6
API Spec 10DISO 10427-1
API RP 10D-2ISO 10427-2
API RP 10FISO 10427-3
API Spec 11BISO 10428
API STD 612ISO 10437
API STD 614ISO 10438-1
API STD 619ISO 10440-1
API STD 671ISO 10441
API Spec 5CTISO 10960
API Spec 5DPISO 11961
API MPMS Chapter 2.2EISO 12917-1
API MPMS Chapter 2.2FISO 12917-2
API Spec 13AISO 13500
API RP 13MISO 13503-1
API RP 19CISO 13503-2
API RP 13JISO 13503-3
API RP 13M-4ISO 13503-4
API RP 8BISO 13534
API Spec 8CISO 13535
API RP 17AISO 13628-1
API Spec 17KISO 13628-10
API RP 17BISO 13628-11
API RP 17CISO 13628-3
API Spec 17FISO 13628-6
API RP 17GISO 13628-7
API RP 17HISO 13628-8
API RP 17MISO 13628-9
API RP 5A3ISO 13678
API RP 5C5ISO 13679
API Spec 5CRAISO 13680
API STD 530ISO 13704
API STD 560ISO 13705
API STD 610ISO 13709
API STD 689ISO 14224
API Spec 11D1ISO 14310
API Spec 6DISO 14313
API Spec 7KISO 14693
API Spec 6DSSISO 14723
API STD 11D2ISO 15136-1
API STD 11D3ISO 15136-2
API RP 5A5ISO 15463
API STD 662 Part 1ISO 15547-1
API STD 662 Part 2ISO 15547-2
API STD 660ISO 16812
API STD 682ISO 21049
API STD 521ISO 23251
API STD 537ISO 25457
API Spec Q1ISO/TS 29001
API Spec 5LISO 3183
API MPMS Chapter 2.2CISO 7507-3
API MPMS Chapter 2.2DISO 7507-4
API Spec 16AISO 13533
API STD 661ISO 13706
The new structure will help:
  • Guide the work of global experts and standards development organizations involved in AM standardization
  • Identify standards-related gaps and needs in the AM industry
  • Prevent overlap and duplicative efforts in AM standards development
  • Ensure cohesion among AM standards
  • Prioritize AM standards areas, and
  • Improve usability and acceptance among the AM community, including manufacturers, entrepreneurs, consumers, and others

Based on this structure, standards can be developed at three levels:

  • General standards (e.g. concepts, common requirements, guides, safety)
  • Standards for broad categories of materials (e.g. metal powders) or processes (e.g. powder bed fusion), and
  • Specialized standards for a specific material (e.g. aluminum alloy powders), process (e.g. material extrusion with ABS), or application (e.g. aerospace, medical, automotive)

“This structure will help experts worldwide interact in a more streamlined and meaningful way, leading to the integration and application of new technologies at an accelerated rate,” said Carl Dekker, President of MET-L-FLO Inc., and Chair of ASTM International’s committee on additive manufacturing technologies (F42). “In the future, we could see even more benefits, such as uniform workforce training and a stronger ability to focus on constant quality improvement rather than potential confusion surrounding specifications.”

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“This coordinated approach to standards development in AM is crucial to building out robust standards at all levels,” said Jörg Lenz, Collaborative Projects Coordinator at Electro Optical Systems and Chair of the ISO technical committee on additive manufacturing (ISO/TC 261). “Standards developers can see how this new structure allows them to come together, leading to further innovation in fields like aerospace, medical, and automotive, and also other benefits such as a platform for certification activities.”

This structure was jointly approved by F42 and ISO/TC 261 after a July meeting in Tokyo. This reflects progress under the Partner Standards Developing Organization cooperation agreement signed five years ago between the two globally respected standards development organizations. In creating this document, both groups reviewed past, existing and planned standards development efforts.

The new structure does not confine the scope of work for any standards organization but provides a framework in which the majority of standards needs can be met. A companion guidance document is also being developed to accompany this structure.

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This framework is part of the Partner Standards Development Organization (PSDO) cooperation agreement that was approved in 2011 by the respective governing bodies of ISO and ASTM in consultation with the ISO national member body where ASTM has its legal seat (ANSI).

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Technical contacts: Carl Dekker, Chair, F42, +1.630.409.9860, [email protected] or Jörg Lenz, Chair, ISO/TC 261, +49.89.893.36.2136, [email protected]