410 Stainless Steel
Chemical Composition
Carbon:              0.15% Max
Manganese:        1.00% Max
Silicon:               1.00% Max
Phosphorous:       0.04% Max 
Sulfur:                0.03% Max
Chromium            11.5%-13.5%
Tensile Strength:       65,000 PSI (Min)
Yield Strength:          30,000 PSI (Min)
Elongation:               20% in 2"
Typical Uses
Typical uses for 410 Stainless Steel include:
  • Bolts
  • Nuts
  • Screws
  • Bushings
  • Pump and Valve parts
  • Steam and Gas Turbine Parts
  • Petroleum Fractionating Towers
  • Mine Ladder Rungs

410 Stainless Steel

Alro stocks 410 stainless steel - a soft and ductile stainless steel. This type 410 (Martensitic) Stainless Steel Strip is the general purpose and most widely used of all the Martensitic grades of stainless steels. In its annealed condition it may be drawn, formed or shaped and because it is an air or oil quench hardening grade it can be hardened to high strength levels by subsequent heat treatments. While Type 410 offers very good resistance to scaling up to 1200 degrees F., and its mechanical properties are excellent, it is not recommended for applications in which severe corrosion is encountered. Type 410 is used for springs, scrapers, fasteners, hardware brackets, furnace parts and burners. It is magnetic in all conditions.