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Grade C Mn Si P S Cr Ni

min. - - - - - 11.5
410 0.75
max. 0.15 1 1 0.04 0.03 13.5
Yield
Tempering Tensile Strength ElongationHardnessImpact
Temperature Strength 0.2% (% in Brinell Charpy
(°C) (MPa) Proof 50mm) (HB) V (J)
(MPa)
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
Mean
Thermal
Coefficient of Specifi
Conductivit Electric
Densit Elastic Thermal c Heat
y al
Gra y Modul Expansion 0-
(W/m.K) Resistiv
de (kg/m us (μm/m/°C) 100°C
3 ity
) (GPa) 0- 0- 0- at (J/kg.
at (nΩ.m)
100° 315°538° 100° K)
500°C
C C C C
410 7800 200 9.9 11 11.5 24.9 28.7 460 570
Grade UNS Old Euronorm SwedishJapanese
No British SS JIS
BS En No Name
410 S41000410S2156A1.4006 X12Cr13 2302 SUS 410
GradeReasons 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.

Stainless Steel 410

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Availability
Stainless Steel 410 is stocked by 122 North American distributors and produced by 69 large mills.
Distributors will offer small quantity buys while mills will generally only sell large quantities, with
delivery times anywhere from 10 to 50 weeks depending on size and form required

This material is stocked primarily in Flat Rolled Products by 54 distributors but is also available to a
lesser extent in Bar Products, Wire Products, Tubular Products, Fasteners, Forging Products, Piping
Components, Casting Products, and Structurals.

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Specifications
The following specifications cover Stainless Steel 410

 AISI 410
 AMS 5504

 AMS 5505

 AMS 5591

 AMS 5613

 AMS 5776

 ASTM A176

 ASTM A182 (F6A, F8a)

 ASTM A193 (410,B6, B6X)

 ASTM A194 (410,B6, B6X)

 ASTM A240

 ASTM A268

 ASTM A276

 ASTM A314

 ASTM A336

 ASTM A473

 ASTM A479

 ASTM A493

 ASTM A511

 ASTM A580

 DIN 1.4006

 QQ S763

 QQ S766

 UNS S41000

Property Results
Related Metals:

 AF 410QDT(tm)
Chemistry Data : [top]
Carbon 0.15 max
Chromium 11.5 - 13.5
Iron Balance
Manganese 1 max
Phosphorus 0.04 max
Silicon 1 max
Sulphur 0.03 max

Principal Design 410 is the basic martensitic stainless which will attain high
Features mechanical properties after heat treatment. It has good impact
strength, corrosion and scaling resistance up to 1200 F (649 C).

Applications Cutlery, steam and gas turbine blades and buckets, bushings, valve
components, fasteners, screens and kitchen utensils.

Machinability Tough, draggy chips with heavy build-up. While this alloy can be
machined in the annealed condition, it tends to perform better in the
cold drawn or heat treated condition.

Welding Most common methods of welding can be successfully employed with


this alloy. To reduce the chance of cracking, it is advisable to preheat
the workpiece to 350-400 F (177-204 C). Post-weld annealing is
recommended to reattain maximum ductility. Filler metal, when
required, should be AWS E/ER410.

Hot Working 2000-2200 F (1093-1204 C) is the proper hot work range. Do not work
this material below 1650 F (899 C).

Cold Working Readily cold formed using most of the common practices.

Annealing 1200-1400 F (649-760 C), followed by air cooling.

Tempering Temper for desired hardness, air or furnace cool.


Hardening 1750-1850 F (954-1010 C), oil quench for maximum hardness.

Physical Data : [top]

Density (lb / cu. in.) 0.28


Specific Gravity 7.7
Specific Heat (Btu/lb/Deg F - 0.11
[32-212 Deg F])
Electrical Resistivity (microhm- 342
cm (at 68 Deg F))
Melting Point (Deg F) 2790
Modulus of Elasticity Tension 29