MPIF issues newly revised and expanded Standard 35

September 18, 2012

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) has announced the publication of a revised and expanded version of Standard 35, Materials Standards for PM Structural Parts – 2012 Edition.

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Standard 35 provides design and materials engineers with the latest engineering property data and information available in order to specify materials for structural parts made by the Powder Metallurgy (PM) process.

Developed by the PM commercial parts manufacturing industry, each section of the standard is clearly distinguished by easy-to-read data tables and explanatory information for each material listed. Detailed explanatory notes and definitions, along with data cited in both Inch–Pound and SI units, help to make the standard more user friendly.

Publication of the 2012 Edition of this standard renders the 2009 Edition (and prior editions) obsolete. Previous editions should no longer be distributed but destroyed, state MPIF.

The 2012 Edition contains:



• NEW Materials & Mechanical Property Data

Prealloyed Steel

FL-5108, as-sintered

Hybrid Low-Alloy Steel

FLN2-3905, as-sintered and heat treated

Diffusion-Alloyed Steel

FD-0105, as-sintered and heat treated

400 Series Stainless Steel – as-sintered

SS-409LE

SS-409LNi


• Other NEW or REVISED Data

Soft Magnetic Alloys

Fatigue limit values for the FY-4500 material



Hybrid Low-Alloy Steel


FLN4-4405, heat treated: revised minimum and ultimate strength values



400 Series Stainless Steel


Revisions to chemical composition table for the SS-409L, -409LE and -434LCb materials


• NEW or REVISED Engineering Information

Hardenability (Jominy) Data

New – Hybrid Low-Alloy Steel: FLN2-3905

New – Diffusion-Alloyed Steel: FD-0105

New – Austenitizing Temperature Information (Key) for all materials listed



Strain-Controlled Fatigue – New Section


Information & Data



Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (CTE)


New – CT-1000 data


• NEW & REVISED verbiage throughout the standard

Explanatory Notes & Definitions section now includes a listing of MPIF test method standards referenced in the document along with providing historical (pre-1984) information on Obsolete Suffix Codes for Density.


• Updated Index   

Alphabetical Listing & Guide to Material Systems & Designation Codes Used in the family of MPIF Standard 35 publications


MPIF Publication, 96 pages, 2012    

ISBN: 978-0-9853397-1-5

More information www.mpif.org  

Posted by: Paul Whittaker, Editor ipmd.net, [email protected]   

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