410 410S Stainless Steel Sheet and Plate Supplier
- Thickness: 0.05mm – 200mm
- Width: 600mm – 2000mm, the narrowed products pls check in strip products
- Length: 500mm-12000mm
- Finish: 2B, 2D, Black, NO.1, Anneal pickling
- MOQ: 2MT
410 (13Cr) has great rust resistance mechanical calculating performance. It is typical purpose-cutting and steel tool steel. 410S is just a metal grade that improves 410 steel’s corrosion resistance and formability. 410F2 can be just steel that does not degrade 410 steel’s corrosion resistance. 410J1 can be actually a metal grade that improves the resistance of 410 steel, used for turbine blades and high-temperature parts.
410 –Martensite (high-strength chrome-steel ), fantastic wear resistance and inadequate corrosion resistance, convenient for pumping. Its compound makeup comprises 1 3% chromium, 0.15 percent or much less carbon, and also a little level of additional elemental metals. The material is significantly much more hardenable by heat therapy than magnetic, and also more economical. General works by using comprise fittings home equipment and gear and equipment panels, along with tensile parts.
Category inch (409 409L or 410 410s). Such steel has the smallest chromium material of most stainless steel and is the most economical and the most acceptable for use in environments where there is no rust or minor rust and in which there is small localized rust. The Type 409 stainless steel was at first made for your muffler of an automotive exhaust system (external rust ). 410 stainless steel is often used in buses, containers, and long tail limousines whilst the frame of LCD monitors.
-Cold Rolled 410 410s Stainless Steel Sheet and Plate, Cold rolled 410 410S sheets, Cold rolled 410 410S Plate
- Thickness: 0.2mm – 3.0mm
- Width: 600mm – 2000mm, the narrowed products pls check in strip products
- Length: 1000mm-6000mm
- Finish: 2B, 2D
-Hot Rolled 410s 410 Stainless Steel Sheet and Plate, Hot Rolled 410 410S Sheet, Hot Rolled 410 410S Plate,410 410S PMP, 410 410S CMP
- Thickness: 1.2mm – 200mm
- Width: 600mm – 3200mm
- Length: 500mm – 12000mm
- Finish: Black, NO.1, Anneal pickling
410&410s Stainless Steel Date Sheet
410 Grade Description in Different Standard
DIN / EN
410S Grade Description in Different Standard
DIN / EN
S41008 / 410S
Specification of 410&410s Stainless Steel Sheets
|ASTM||0.15-0.60||≤ 1.00||≤ 1.00||≤ 0.04||≤ 0.030||≤0.75||11.5-13.5||≤0.75|
|EN||0.08-0.15||≤ 1.00||≤ 1.00||≤ 0.04||≤ 0.03||≤0.75||11.5-13.5||≤0.75|
|JIS||≤ 0.15||≤ 1.00||≤ 1.00||≤ 0.04||≤ 0.03||≤0.6||11.5-14.5||_|
|GB||≤ 0.15||≤ 1.00||≤ 1.00||≤ 0.04||≤ 0.03||≤0.6||11.5-13.5||_|
|ASTM||≤ 0.08||≤ 1.00||≤ 1.00||≤ 0.04||≤ 0.030||≤ 0.06||11.5-14.5||≤ 0.06|
|EN||≤ 0.08||≤ 1.00||≤ 1.00||≤ 0.04||≤ 0.030||≤ 0.06||11.5-14.5||≤ 0.06|
|JIS||≤ 0.08||≤ 1.00||≤ 1.00||≤ 0.04||≤ 0.030||≤ 0.06||11.5-14.5||_|
|GB/T||≤ 0.08||≤ 1.00||≤ 1.00||≤ 0.04||≤ 0.030||≤ 0.06||11.5-14.5||_|
Properties of 410&410s Stainless Steel Sheets
|Physical Properties||410 Stainless Steel||410s Stainless Steel|
|Melting Point (℃)||1480-1530||1480-1530|
|Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (10-⁶/K)||10.4 at 68-212°F (20-100°C)||10.4 at 68-212°F (20-100°C)|
|Thermal Conductivity (W/m-K)||24.9 at 212°F (100°C)||24.9 at 212°F (100°C)|
|Resistivity (nΩ-m)||500 at 68°F (20°C)||500 at 68°F (20°C)|
|Mechanical Properties||410 Stainless Steel||410s Stainless Steel|
Production Process of 410&410s Stainless Steel Sheets
The production process of 410 and 410S stainless steel sheet is roughly the same, only slightly different in the selection of raw materials. The following is the general production process:
For 410 stainless steel sheets, low carbon chromium stainless steel material is usually used as raw material, while for 410S stainless steel sheets, low carbon chromium molybdenum stainless steel material is used as raw material.
The raw material is cast into a large cast billet, usually using an electric arc furnace or induction furnace for casting.
The cast billet is heated to the proper temperature and hot rolled into sheets, this step can be done by multiple passes of hot rolling to get the desired thickness and width.
The stainless steel plate is cut according to the required size to get the final product.
The annealed stainless steel sheet is pickled to remove oxidation and dirt from the surface to make the surface smoother.
The hot-rolled stainless steel sheet is annealed to eliminate stress and improve the ductility and toughness of the sheet.
Features of 410&410s Stainless Steel Sheets
Both 410 and 410S stainless steel sheets have good corrosion resistance and can resist oxidation and corrosion in most environments.
Both 410 and 410S stainless steel sheets are martensitic stainless steels with high hardness and strength for applications that require high strength and resistance to wear.
Due to the low carbon content, 410 and 410S stainless steel sheets have good plasticity and workability in hot and cold working, which can be easily made into complex parts.
410 and 410S stainless steel sheets have good weldability and machinability in the welding process and are suitable for a variety of welding processes.
410 and 410S stainless steel sheets are widely used in automotive, construction, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, food processing and other fields, and can meet the needs of various applications.
It should be noted that 410S stainless steel sheet may be more suitable for use than 410 stainless steel sheet in some high-temperature applications due to its low carbon content, which can reduce its sensitivity and cracking tendency at high temperatures.
The Advantages of 410s 410 Stainless Steel
- High thermal conductivity, smaller growth coefficient, excellent oxidation resistance, outstanding resistance to stress corrosion, etc. Using external optimizing engineering (AOD or VOD) may significantly reduce the gap parts like nitrogen and carbon.
- Stainless steel is comparable to China’s 1Cr13 stainless steel S41000 (American Corrosion Resistance, valves, and machinability purpose generators. AISI, ASTM). 0.01% carbon, 0.13% chromium 0.1 410 stainless steel: good 410
- Heating therapy of 410 stainless steel: solution treatment (°C) 800-9000 slow cooling or 750 speedy heating system.
Application of 410s 410 Stainless Steel
In the field of oil refining, chemical industry, and natural gas, 410 and 410S stainless steel sheets are often used in the manufacture of pipelines, valves, storage tanks, heat exchangers, reactors, steam generators, and other equipment.
410 and 410S stainless steel sheets are widely used in pharmaceutical equipment, such as pharmaceutical stirrers, emulsifiers, drying equipment, storage tanks, etc.
Food Processing Industry
410 and 410S stainless steel sheets are widely used in the manufacture of food processing equipment, such as food processing machinery, storage tanks, food packaging materials, etc., because of their corrosion resistance and easy cleaning properties.
410 and 410S stainless steel sheets are widely used in paper making equipment, such as pulping equipment, drums, heaters, etc.
Ship Manufacturing Industry
410 and 410S stainless steel sheets are widely used in ship manufacturing, such as ship bearings, propellers, bathroom, and kitchen equipment, etc.
Tool Manufacturing Industry
Due to their high hardness and high strength, 410 and 410S stainless steel sheets are also used in the manufacture of some high-performance tools, such as blades, cutting tools, etc.
Although both 410 and 410S stainless steel belongs to ferritic stainless steel, there are still some differences between them.
- Alloying Elements: 410 stainless steel has 13-18% chromium and 0.15% carbon, while 410S stainless steel has 11.5-14.5% chromium and 0.08% carbon. In addition, 410S stainless steel also contains small amounts of nickel and molybdenum elements, while 410 stainless steel does not contain them.
- Heat Treatability: Both 410 and 410S stainless sheets of steel have good weldability and reachability, but because 410S contains lower carbon content and some other alloying elements, it has better heat treatability than 410 stainless steel. 410S has a relatively fast cooling rate after welding and can be further improved in strength and toughness through machining, welding, and quenching.
- Corrosion Resistance: Since 410S contains a small amount of nickel and molybdenum elements, it has better corrosion resistance in some corrosive media, such as sulfuric acid and hydrochloric acid, in comparison.
- Applications: 410 and 410S stainless steel are used in many industries, but because 410S has better heat treatment capability and corrosion resistance, it is more widely used in high-temperature and highly corrosive environments, such as furnaces, heaters, pipelines, reactors, steam generators, etc.
- Chemical Composition: 410 and 410S stainless steels have similar chemical compositions and are both ferritic stainless steels, containing high chromium and low carbon.
- Magnetism: Due to their ferrite organization, 410 and 410S stainless steels have strong magnetic properties.
- Weldability: Both 410 and 410S stainless steels have good weldability.
- Strength and Toughness: 410 and 410S stainless steels have high strength and good toughness, with certain heat resistance properties.
- Carbon Content: 410 stainless steel has a higher carbon content of 0.15%, while 410S stainless steel has a lower carbon content of 0.08%.
- Chromium Content: The chromium content of 410 stainless steel is 13-18%, while the chromium content of 410S stainless steel is 11.5-14.5%.
- Corrosion Resistance: Since 410S stainless steel contains small amounts of nickel and molybdenum elements, it has better corrosion resistance in certain corrosive media.
- Heat Treatability: Because of its lower carbon content, 410S stainless steel has better heat treatability, allowing it to further improve strength and toughness through machining, welding and quenching.
These differences are mainly caused by the differences in their chemical compositions, and also lead to some differences in their properties.
The corrosion resistance of 410 and 410S stainless steels is relatively poor, mainly due to their chemical composition containing less nickel and molybdenum elements, which are very important to improve the corrosion resistance of stainless steels. Therefore, 410 and 410S stainless steels have poor corrosion resistance in corrosive media such as strong acids, strong alkalis and chlorides, and are prone to corrosion and rusting.
However, 410S stainless steel has better corrosion resistance in certain corrosive media, for example, in environments such as chlorides and sulfates, compared to 410 stainless steel. In addition, the corrosion resistance of 410 and 410S stainless steels can also be improved by taking measures such as suitable surface treatment and anti-corrosion coating.
As for the service life, it depends on a variety of factors, such as the use environment, operating conditions, maintenance and so on. Under good use environment and proper use and maintenance, 410 and 410S stainless steel can have a relatively long service life.
The machining of 410 and 410S stainless steels is relatively difficult, mainly due to their high hardness and easy chip formation, as well as their strong plastic deformation capability, so suitable tools and techniques need to be used for machining.
During machining processes such as drilling and milling, high hardness and high speed cutting tools need to be used, while attention should be paid to controlling the feed rate and cutting speed to reduce chip formation and cutting forces. In the welding process, due to the low coefficient of thermal expansion of 410 and 410S stainless steel, it is easy to produce deformation and stress concentration, so it is necessary to use appropriate methods such as preheating and post heat treatment to control the temperature and stress during the welding process.
In conclusion, 410 and 410S stainless steels require attention to control factors such as cutting speed, feed rate and tool wear during machining to ensure machining quality and tool life. Also, the machining properties of these two materials need to be taken into account when designing products to better apply them during machining and fabrication.
The surface treatment methods of 410 and 410S stainless steel can be divided into two types: mechanical treatment and chemical treatment.
Mechanical treatments include polishing, grinding and sandblasting methods. Polishing is done by grinding the surface of the material using abrasive materials with different grains to obtain a high gloss and smooth surface. Sanding is the grinding of a surface by using sandpaper or grinding wheels to remove impurities such as burrs, oxidation and stains from the surface. Sandblasting, on the other hand, uses high-pressure gas to blast abrasives onto the surface to remove oxidation, stains and uneven roughness from the surface.
Chemical treatments include electrolytic polishing, pickling and electrochemical grinding methods. Electrolytic polishing is done by adding certain chemical reagents to the electrolytic solution and electrolyzing the stainless steel sheet to remove impurities such as oxidation skin, stains and burrs on the surface. Acid washing is done by soaking and rinsing the stainless steel plate in an acidic solution to remove oxidation and impurities from the surface. Electrochemical grinding, on the other hand, is done by applying a voltage in an electrolytic solution to remove burrs and roughness from the surface.
Overall, the choice of surface treatment method should be based on the specific application scenario and requirements. It should be noted that during the surface treatment process, care should be taken to control the treatment time and temperature in order to avoid any impact on the properties and dimensions of the material.
The price of 410 and 410S stainless steel is relatively low compared to other stainless steels. This is mainly due to the relatively low chromium content in 410 and 410S stainless steels, which is one of the more expensive elements in stainless steel. In addition, the production cost of 410 and 410S stainless steels is lower than other high-end stainless steels because 410 and 410S stainless steels do not require the addition of valuable alloying elements such as molybdenum and nickel.
Therefore, in applications where stainless steel is required, 410 and 410S stainless steel can be an economical and practical choice if the requirements for corrosion resistance and high temperature resistance of the material are not very high.
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Maintenance is very important to extend the life of 410 and 410S stainless steels. The following are some recommendations for maintenance:
Clean regularly: Clean the stainless steel surface regularly of dirt and dust by wiping with a soft cloth or sponge moistened with soapy water or detergent.
Avoid using scratchy tools: Using scratchy tools such as wire balls and brushes can damage the stainless steel surface and cause problems such as rusting.
Prevent erosion by chemicals: Avoid erosion of 410 and 410S stainless steel by strong acids, strong alkalis and other chemicals, which can lead to surface rusting, discoloration and other problems.
Regular maintenance: For 410 and 410S stainless steel products, maintenance should be carried out regularly to identify and solve problems in a timely manner in order to avoid long-term accumulation leading to bigger problems.
Avoid prolonged contact with water: Although stainless steel has excellent resistance to rust and corrosion, prolonged immersion in water can lead to scale and oxidation on the surface of stainless steel, affecting its aesthetics and service life.
Overall, for the maintenance of 410 and 410S stainless steel, the key is to keep its surface clean and dry, and avoid mechanical damage and chemical erosion. This will ensure that the stainless steel maintains its excellent performance and aesthetics for a long time.