Re: [PipingDesign] Carbon steel ASTM 216 grades WCB & WCC

From: <Hafiz>
Date: Sun Jan 27 2008 - 22:30:00 EST

i think ASTM A216 Gr WCC is superior than WCB in terms of yeild strength, tensile strength etc. also composition is almost same except Manganese contents.... as per standard



Hafiz Ali Alvi
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WCC Dear colleagues

Can someone state the difference between the grades of WCC & WCB of carbon steel. One valve manufacturer proposed to supply us with carbon steel valves ASTM A216 Gr. WCC instead of the original request of having the valves bodies made of ASTM A216 Gr. WCB. What is the exact difference between WCC & WCB. The valves shall be utilized in hydrocarbon service.

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