Stainless steel 310S round bar

Stainless Steel 310S Round Bar

ASTM A276 type 310S rod and SUS 310S flat bar suppliers in UAE

Stainless Steel 310S Round Bar is a high-alloy austenitic stainless steel that has outstanding corrosion resistance capabilities when subjected to situations that are mildly oxidizing as well as reducing. As a result of its superior resistance to scaling in comparison to other austenitic grades, this grade is particularly well-suited for use in circumstances in which it will be subjected to high temperatures. Due to the high chromium and nickel content of the bars, they have good weldability and machinability, making them perfect for heavy-duty fabrication work in the marine and power generation industries.

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310s round bar equivalent, sizes, specification, composition and mechanical properties

Stainless steel 310s round bar specification

Stainless steel 310s round bar properties

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The 310S Stainless Steel Bar is non-magnetic. This type of stainless steel has a lower percentage of nickel and contains more chromium than other stainless steel. In general, 310S stainless steel bars are non-magnetic because they contain lower levels of carbon than other grades of stainless steel. This decreased level of carbon causes less austenite to be formed and the magnetic properties of the material are suppressed. Additionally, the low nickel content present in 310S stainless steel bars also reduces their magnetic characteristics, further decreasing any potential magnetism that could arise. The presence of nickel in the alloy also gives it superior corrosion resistance properties when compared to other grades of stainless steel.

Listed suppliers offer NDT inspection for stainless steel 310S rod and DIN 1.4845 square bar to detect any surface or inner cracks

What is SS 310S rounds used for?

Common uses for SS 310S Rounds include valves, fasteners, fittings, cooking utensils and equipment, automotive parts, process equipment, food industry machinery, and heat exchangers. SS 310S Rounds are used in a range of other applications as well. Additionally, the alloy exhibits remarkable oxidation resistance even when exposed to high-temperature atmospheres. In most cases, the SS 310S round bar is put to use in conditions in which the alloys’ applications require them to be present in corrosive environments that contain moisture. These wet corrodents have temperatures that fall within a range that is considerably lower than what is conventionally understood to be high temperatures.

ASTM A276 gr 310S hot rolled bar and UNS S31008 cold drawn round bar stock available in CR, T, N, AR, QT, TMCP condition

What is ASTM A276 type 310S rod hardness?

The typical characteristics of ASTM A276 Type 310S Rod hardness include strong temperature resistance as well as excellent strength when subjected to high temperatures. In addition to this, it has strong corrosion resistance and can be easily cold-worked. The ASTM A276 Type 310S Rod has a Rockwell hardness rating of around 95 HRB, which is the normal value (Hardness Rockwell B). The ASTM A276 Type 310S Rod possesses superior mechanical qualities that make it ideal for use in situations involving high temperatures. It has a minimum hardness of 183 on the Brinell scale and a maximum hardness of C50 on the Rockwell scale.

SS 310S round bar and SA 479 tp 310S rectangular bar stock lengths are up to 6m

AISI 310S hex bar tolerances

AISI 310S Hex Bars shall have a maximum deviation from the specified size of plus or minus 0.010 inches in any dimension with no maximum out-of-round tolerance for cut-length items and shall be free from injurious defects. The surface finish shall be within the following range: 3.2 to 6.3 microns Ra (125 to 250 microinches).

  • Dimensional tolerances are +/- 0.005” for 1/4″ to 2” sizes and +/- 0.010” for 2-1/2” to 3” sizes.
  • Surface finish requirements should be ≤125 μinch.
  • Straightness tolerance should be within 0.015” per foot.