Materialgrades We deliver steel as per ASTM/ASME, API and EN/DIN. Check the grades we are dealing with in detail:Carbon steelAlloy steel for high temperaturesStainless steelDuplex and superduplexNickel alloysNon-ferrous gradesMentioned grades are just a part of our supply range, do not hesitate to ask for material not mentiones in the overview. we also focus on hard to source materialgrades such as Alloy 50/ XM-19, Alloy 36 or Alloy 617.Concerning equivalent material grades:A508 Gr.3 Cl.1 might be used for the German WB36. A350 LF2 could be used instead of P280GH.In every case the proper ASTM/ASME/AISI material grade has to be discussed.*This list is not exhaustive and no responsibility is taken for the correctness of this information.Additional information on steel and its use: ASTM InternationalAmerican Society for Testing and Materials.Kitco Metals Inc.Current primary and scrap metal prices.European Copper InstituteInformation on Copper and Copper Alloys.ENG-TIPSForums for mechanical-, material-, chemical engineering (and many others). With lots of answers to questions concerning steel plate/tube/forging.ASME InternationalThe American Society of Mechanical EngineersWIKIPEDIA about steelInformation about steel and its alloys.Steel Business BriefingGlobal Steel news and steel price information.Worldsteel AssociationThe World Steel Association was founded as the International Iron and Steel Institute on 19 October 1967.