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|Specification||Metal Type||Applicable Alloys & Grades|
|ASME SB-265||Unalloyed Titanium||Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4|
|ASME SB-265||Titanium Alloy||Grade 5, Grade 23|
|ASME SB-338||Unalloyed Titanium||Grade 2|
|ASME SB-348||Unalloyed Titanium||Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4|
|ASME SB-348||Titanium Alloy||Grade 5, Grade 23|
|ASME SB-363||Unalloyed Titanium||Grade 2|
|ASME SB-381||Unalloyed Titanium||Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4|
|ASME SB-381||Titanium Alloy||Grade 5, Grade 23|
|ASME SB-446||Nickel Alloy||Alloy 625|
|ASME SB-637||Nickel Alloy||Alloy 718|
|ASME SB-861||Unalloyed Titanium||Grade 2|
|ASME SB-862||Unalloyed Titanium||Grade 2|