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    410 Stainless Steel

    Type 410 Stainless Steel sheet and strip is covered by the following specifications:AMS 5504, ASTM A240.

    Chemical Composition:

    Element Type 410
    Carbon 0.08 – 0.15
    Manganese 1.00 max.
    Sulfur 0.030 max.
    Phosphorus 0.040 max.
    Silicon 1.00 max.
    Chromium 11.5 – 13.5
    Nickel 0.75 max.

    Mechanical Properties:

    Type Yield Strength 0.2% offset (KSI) Tensile Strength (KSI) % Elongation (2" Gauge length) Hardness Rockwell
    410 Ann 30 min. 65 min. 20 min. HRB 96


    Formability
    Type 410 has reasonably good cold working properties and can be moderately drawn and formed in the annealed condition.

    Heat Treatment
    Annealing: Heat slowly to 1500 – 1650 °F (816 – 899 °C), cool to 1100 °F (593 °C) in furnace, air cool.
    Process Annealing: Heat to 1350 – 1450 °F (732 – 788 °C), air cool.
    Hardening: Heat to 1700 – 1850 °F (927 – 1010 °C), air cool or oil quench.
    Follow by stress-relief or temper.
    Stress Relieving: Heat at 300 – 800 °F (149 – 427 °C) for 1 to 2 hours, air cool.
    Tempering: Heat to 1100 – 1400 °F (593 – 760 °C) for 1 to 4 hours, air cool.

    Weldability
    The martensitic class of stainless steels has limited weldability due to its hardenability. Preheating to 550 °F (260 °C) is generally not required for thin sheet sections of this lower chromium martensitic stainless steel. Post-weld heat treatment should be considered to achieve required properties. This particular alloy is generally considered to have the best weldability of this stainless class. A major difference is the lower carbon content for this alloy which eliminates the need for post-weld heat treating. When a weld filler is needed, AWS E/ER 410, 410 NiMo, and 309L are most often specified. Type 410 is well known in reference literature and more information can be obtained in this way.


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