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n SA-300. SA-212 could be purchased to a fine-grain-melting practice-and subsequently normalized and tempered-for low temperature service, or purchased to a coarse grain-melting practice; the single specification permitted the manufacture of both plate grades. The SA-212 Specification continued up to 1962 as the carbon steel plate material of choice for low-temperature service for boiler drums and pressure vessels.

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ASTM SA-212-39 (S-55) was put into Section II in the 1940 edition of the Code. There were two grades in S-55: A and B, each with two different minimum tensile strength requirements controlled by carbon content.

In 1952… it was required in SA-212 that plates intended for low-temperature service must meet the impact requirements in SA-300. SA-212 could be purchased to a fine-grain-melting practice-and subsequently normalized and tempered-for low temperature service, or purchased to a coarse grain-melting practice; the single specification permitted the manufacture of both plate grades. The SA-212 Specification continued up to 1962 as the carbon steel plate material of choice for low-temperature service for boiler drums and pressure vessels.

[In the] 1968 edition of Section II … the SA-212 Specification was deleted …it was replaced with two specifications. The SA-212 steel plate melted to coarse-grain practice was replaced with SA-515 (Specification for Pressure Vessel Plates, Carbon Steel, for Intermediate and Higher Temperature Service) and the SA-212 steel plate melted to finegrain practice was replaced with SA-516 (Specification for Pressure Vessel Plates, Carbon Steel, for Moderate and Lower Temperature Service). These two specifications-along with SA-299 (Specification for Pressure Vessel Plates, Carbon Steel, Manganese-Silicon), which has slightly higher room-temperature strength-were first published in the 1949 Edition of Section II. They continue to be used today as the carbon steel plate materials of choice for boiler and pressure-vessel applications.

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