410 Stainless Steel
420 is martensitic stainless steel that provides good corrosion resistance similar to 410 plus increased strength and hardness.
410 stainless steel is suitable for applications where high strength and moderate heat and corrosion resistance are required.
Type 410 is a martensitic alloy commonly supplied in the hardened but still machinable condition. Type 410 has excellent hardness after heat treatment and the material can be used in the fabrication of highly stressed parts.
Applications include valves, gar turbines, parts for pumps, heating control shafts, and kitchen utensils. We supply 410 in sheets, strips, bar, wire, and forging billets, contact us today for the best prices.
410 Stainless Steel Properties and Specifications
410 Stainless Steel is martensitic stainless steel that provides good corrosion resistance plus high strength and hardness.
Type 410 is magnetic in both the annealed and hardened conditions. A wide range of properties can be developed with different 410 Stainless Steel heat treatments
420 stainless steel is available in:
Type 420 Stainless Steel (bar, wire, and billets) is covered by the following specifications:
- AMS 5621
- ASTM A276-67
- ASTM A314-63
- ASTM A580-67
- Specified for a wide variety of applications where good corrosion and hardness in the range of C50 to C54 is required.
- Applications include cutlery, surgical and dental instruments, scissors, tapes, and straight edges, gauges, needle valves, ball check valves, gear shafts, cams, pivots, ball bearings, and hand tools.
- Not normally used at temperatures exceeding 800° F due to rapid softening and loss of corrosion resistance.
410 Stainless Steel Composition & Properties
11.50 – 13.50