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Stainless Steel 410
410 Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel 410
SS 410

Stainless Steel 410

Stainless steel 410 is the basic, general purpose martensitic stainless steel that is used for highly stressed parts and provides good corrosion resistance plus high strength and hardness.
Product Introduction

Stainless steel 410 is the basic, general purpose martensitic stainless steel that is used for highly stressed parts and provides good corrosion resistance plus high strength and hardness. 410 stainless steel contains a minimum of 11.5% chromium which is just sufficient enough to demonstrate corrosion resistance properties in mild atmospheres, steam, and many mild chemical environments.

It is a general purpose grade that is often supplied in the hardened but still machineable condition for applications where high strength and moderate heat and corrosion resistance are required. Alloy 410 displays maximum corrosion resistance when it’s been hardened, tempered, and then polished.
 

Applications

Grade 410 stainless steels find applications in the following:

  • Bolts, screws, bushings and nuts

  • Petroleum fractionating structures

  • Shafts, pumps and valves

  • Mine ladder rungs

  • Gas turbines

Technical Data

Chemical Composition

Grade C Mn Si P S Cr Ni

410

min.
max.

-
0.15

-
1

-
1

-
0.04

-
0.03

11.5
13.5

0.75

 

Mechanical Properties

Tempering Temperature (°C) Tensile Strength (MPa) Yield Strength 0.2% Proof (MPa) Elongation (% in 50 mm) Hardness Brinell (HB) Impact Charpy V (J)

Annealed *

480 min

275 min

16 min

-

-

204

1475

1005

11

400

30

316

1470

961

18

400

36

427

1340

920

18.5

405

#

538

985

730

16

321

#

593

870

675

20

255

39

650

300

270

29.5

225

80

* Annealed properties of cold finished bar, which pertain to Condition A of ASTM A276.

# Tempering of grade 410 steels should be avoided at temperatures of 425-600 °C, owing to associated low impact resistance.

 

Physical Properties

Grade Density (kg/m3) Elastic Modulus (GPa) Mean Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (μm/m/°C) Thermal Conductivity (W/m.K) Specific Heat 0-100 °C (J/kg.K)

Electrical Resistivity (nΩ.m)

 

0-100 °C 0-315 °C 0-538 °C at 100 °C at 500 °C

410

7800

200

9.9

11

11.5

24.9

28.7

460

570

 

Grade Specification Comparison

Grade UNS No Old British Euronorm Swedish SS Japanese JIS
BS En No Name

410

S41000

410S21

56A

1.4006

X12Cr13

2302

SUS 410

 

Possible Alternative Grades

Grade Reasons for choosing the grade

416

High machinability is required, and the lower corrosion resistance of 416 is acceptable.

420

A higher hardened strength or hardness than can be obtained from 410 is needed.

440C

A higher hardened strength or hardness than can be obtained even from 420 is needed.

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