430 Stainless Steel
Chemical Composition
Carbon:                0.12% (Max)
Manganese:          1.00% (Max)
Silicon:                 1.00% (Max)
Phosphorous:         0.04% (Max)
Sulfur:                  0.03% (Min)
Chromium:             16.0%-18.0%
Nickel:                  0.75% (Max)
Tensile Strength:         65,266 PSI
Yield Strength:            29,732 PSI
Elongation:                 22%    

*These numbers are "Typical" properties and may not be required to meet this grade. Please check with your Alro Sales Representative if physical properties are required for your application.*
Typical Uses
Typical uses for 430 Stainless Steel include:
  • Linings for Dish Washers
  • Refrigerator Cabinet Panels
  • Automotive Trim
  • Lashing Wire
  • Element Supports
  • Stove Trim Rings
  • Fasteners
  • Chimney Liners

430 Stainless Steel

Alro stocks 430 Stainless - a ferritic, straight chromium, non-hardenable grade, combining good corrosion resistance and formability characteristics with useful mechanical properties. Its ability to resist nitric acid attack permits its use in specific chemical applications, but automotive trim and appliance components represent its largest fields of application.

430 stainless steel has good corrosion resistance combined with good formability. 430 is very similar to 439 grade stainless steel with slightly less chromium at 16% minimum content. 430 is more oxidation resistant and corrosion resistant than 409 grade. 430 is a popular non-hardenable grade most commonly used in indoor environments. 430 is readily cold formed by bending, deep drawing and stretch forming. 430 is relatively easy to machine and is comparable to that of structural carbon steel requiring the same recommendations regarding tooling, cutting speeds and cutting feeds. 430 can be welded although it may require annealing.

Also also stocks Stainless Steel 430-2B Finish Stainless Steel. Click here for more information.