What is the hardness of 410 stainless steel?

Heat Treatment

Heat Treatment T410 (0.14%C) Hardened 1800°F (982°C)
Rockwell Hardness UTS, Ksi (MPa)
Annealed* 81 HRB 80.4 (554)
Hardened & Tempered 400°F (204°C) 43 HRC 202.9 (1399)
Hardened & Tempered 550°F (288°C) 40 HRC 187.0 (1289)

Is 410 stainless steel any good?

SS 410 is corrosion resistant to some chemicals, food, mild acids, water, and air. It also proves adequate resistance to nitric acid, concentrated sulfuric acid, dilute acetic acid and naphtha. Elevated mechanical properties and corrosion resistance are achieved with stainless steel 410 when it’s hardened and tempered.

Which is better SS 304 or SS 410?

Type 316 contains slightly more nickel than Type 304, and 2-3% molybdenum giving it better resistance to corrosion than Type 304, especially in chloride environments that tend to cause pitting. Type 410 resists corrosion in mild atmospheres, steam, and many mild chemical environments.

What is 13 Cr stainless steel?

420 Mod, or as it is sometimes called 13 Chrome, is a martensitic stainless steel that is predominately used in a wide variety down hole oilfield applications. It is a very deep hardening, heat treatable stainless steel that contains Carbon, Manganese, and Chromium as the primary hardening elements.

Is 410 ferritic or martensitic?

General Properties This non-hardening characteristic helps prevent cracking when the alloy is exposed to high temperatures or welded. 410S is completely ferritic in the annealed condition. It exhibits adequate corrosion resistance similar to 410 and good oxidation resistance.

Which grade steel is best?

304 stainless steel is the most common form of stainless steel used around the world due to excellent corrosion resistance and value. 304 can withstand corrosion from most oxidizing acids. That durability makes 304 easy to sanitize, and therefore ideal for kitchen and food applications.

What stainless steel has the most chromium?

304 stainless steel is the most common form of stainless steel used around the world, due to its excellent corrosion resistance and value. It contains between 16 and 24 percent chromium and up to 35 percent nickel, as well as small amounts of carbon and manganese.

What is straight chrome stainless steel?

These grades are straight Chromium steels with no Nickel, and are often used for decorative trim, sinks, and certain automotive applications such as exhaust systems. Type 430: A basic grade that has less corrosion resistance than Type 304.

What kind of stainless steel is alloy 410?

Alloy 410 stainless steel plate is the general purpose 12% chromium martensitic stainless steel that can be heat treated to obtain a wide range of mechanical properties. 410 stainless steel plate possesses high strength and hardness coupled with good corrosion resistance. Alloy 410 stainless steel plate is ductile and can be formed.

When to use 410 SS stainless steel casting?

410 SS is generally used for applications which involve mild corrosion, high strength, and heat resistance. Depending on the application and performance requirements we also provide 410 stainless steel casting equivalent, CA15.

How big is a 410 SS steel bar?

410 SS Bar Stock Our stainless steel bar stock lengths range from the industry standard 12′ to 28′ long. For projects requring long length stainless steel bar, our inventory ranges from 20’-28’ R/L. Round Bars Square Bars Flat Bars

What are the physical properties of the SS 410?

SS 410 Physical & Thermal Properties Density, g/cm3 (lb/in3) 7.9 (0.29) Melting point, °C (°F) 1480-1530 (2700-2790) Magnetic permeability 700-1000 Specific heat capacity, J/kg·K (Btu/lb · 460 (0.11) at 20 °C (68°F) Electrical resistivity, μΩ·m 0.57 at 20 °C (68°F)