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Brown Metals Company
Alloy Technical Data Sheet
Type 410 Stainless Steel
(800) 992-5015
www.brownmetals.com
GENERAL PROPERTIES
Type 410 is a hardenable, straight chromium stainless steel which
combines superior wear resistance of high carbon alloys with the
excellent corrosion resistance of chromium stainless steels. Oil
quenching this alloy from temperatures between 1800°F to 1950°F
(982-1066°C) produces the highest strength and/or wear resistance
as well as corrosion resistance. Type 410 is used where strength,
hardness, and/ or wear resistance must be combined with corrosion
resistance.
APPLICATIONS
A major use for these grades of heat treatable stainless steels is in
cutlery. Depending on the customer's end-use requirements, cutlery
alloys are usually selected with respect to heat treating response,
mechanical properties and fabricating characteristics.
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION
Chemistries represented by ASTM A240
Percent by Weight
Element
Maximum Unless Range is Specified
Carbon
0.08-0.15
Manganese
1.00 maximum
Phosphorus
0.040 maximum
Sulfur
0.030 maximum
Silicon
1.00 maximum
Chromium
11.5-13.5
Iron
Balance
RESISTANCE TO CORROSION
Type 410 exhibits good corrosion resistance to atmospheric
corrosion, potable water, and to mildly corrosive chemical
environments because of their ability to form a tightly adherent oxide
film which protects their surfaces from further attack.
Exposure to chlorides in everyday type activities (e.g., food
preparation, sport activities...) is generally satisfactory when proper
cleaning is performed after exposure to use.
UNS Designation: S41000
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
Property
Specific Gravity
Density
Type 410
7.65
3
Lbs/iin
g/cm3
0.276
7.64
Psi
GPa
29 x 10
200
.11
Modulus of Elasticity
Specific Heat Btu/lb. • °F
Thermal Conductivity at 212°F
(100°C)
Btu/(hr • ft • °F)
W/m•K
Electrical Resistivity
Microhm-cm 68°F (20°C)
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion
68 - 392°F, in/in°F
20-200°C, cm/cm/°C
68-1112°F, in/in/°F
20-600°C, cm/cm/°C
Melting Range
6
14.4
24.9
56
-6
5.9 x 10
10.5 x 10-6
6.5 x 10-6
-6
11.6 x 10
2700-2790°F
1482-1532°C
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
Typical compositions, annealed mechanical properties and hardening
response for Type 410 martensitic stainless steel are presented
below.
Typical Annealed Properties for Type 410
Hardness
B 82
Tensile Strength
74 (510)
Ksi (MPa)
0.2% Offset
42 (290)
Yield Strength Ksi (MPa)
Elongation Percent
34%
in 2” (51mm)
Hardening Response
C 38-45
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