SS 410 round bar size range, composition and properties
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Price and finish differences between ASTM A276 type 410 and A479 grade 410
Both these standards cover cold- or hot-finished bars manufactured from Grade 410 stainless steel. They can get produced in different shapes like rounds, hexagons, etc. However, ASTM A479 grade 410 caters to heat-based applications like boilers and pressure vessels. A276 does not include reforged bars. The A479 standard is more focused on testing, with requirements for inspection, certification, etc.
Under ASTM A276 type 410, you can order products in the annealed state or with cold work (light or heavy). Contrastingly, A479 covers annealing and strain hardening.
Including additional tests can make A479 standard Grade 410 bars more expensive. They have a strong finish with low machining costs and desirable thermal properties. However, the prices are generally comparable for the automotive, textiles, and shipbuilding sectors.
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In which condition is a 410 stainless steel round bar used?
Several industries, from agriculture to heavy machinery, use a SUS 410 hex bar for low maintenance requirements. Customers can order these bars in different forms based on their specific needs. Grade 410 is available in diverse conditions (A, T, H) or classes like 1 and 2. For instance, Class 2 undergoes heat treatment to display better corrosion and wear resistance.
The popular finish options are: annealed, a grade 410 stainless steel bright bar, ground bright, pickled, tempered, or polished. The annealed condition gives a flexible product that simplifies formability into multifarious shapes or sizes.
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Most common testing methods for AISI 410 round bars & rods
Thorough quality testing is essential to guarantee the quality of a 410 stainless steel round bar. Customers should demand a raw material certificate (MTC) to state the order specifications. The most common test methods involve non-destructive testing like positive material identification, radiography, and chemical or spectral analysis.
Clients can also commission a third-party inspection or other testing based on their requirements. For example, reports on pitting resistance and intergranular corrosion are useful for application in corrosive environments. Mechanical tests like flattening and flaring can examine hardness, tensile strength, etc.
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UNS S41000 forged bars standard sizes and diameter
These bars refer to a martensitic stainless steel grade with superior corrosion resistance and strength. Forged bars are sturdy and durable with a grain structure that can tolerate wear and tear and weathering. UNS S41000 rods can undergo heat treatment to obtain the desired profile and properties. Many sectors, like mining and construction, use them for corrosion resistance and durability.
The standard sizes are 1/8″ to 4″ (nominal bore size). Diameters of 4mm to 500mm are typically available. The dimensions vary based on the shape of the bars you choose, for example, SS 410 square bar, hexagonal, round, etc. Many manufacturers can produce custom-sized products suited to specific needs. The lengths also vary widely, from one to six meters.
What is the ASTM A276 type 410 hot rolled bar chemical composition, hardness, and heat treatment? Can I buy DIN 1.4006 rods in cut to size?
Grade 410 round bars comprise chromium (11.5%) and nickel with carbon, manganese, silicon, phosphorus, and sulfur. The high carbon content makes them hard and long-lasting. An AISI 410 flat bar can withstand high pressure and temperature without facing deformation. It has a Brinell hardness of 217 and a Rockwell metric of 96. This material exhibits favourable chemical properties like resistance to nitric acid, sulfuric acid, etc.
Clients can choose various heat treatments like annealing and hardening. The former involves heating to 1500°F (or more) and cooling in a furnace to 1100°F. Hardening, in turn, requires heating to a higher temperature before subsequent cooling or oil quenching. Other available treatments are process annealing, stress relieving, and tempering.
Stockists can supply DIN 1.4006 forged bars, i.e., AISI 410 material, in diameters from 16mm to 200mm, 80mm to 600mm, etc. Standard lengths are 1000mm to 9000mm. Cut-to-size and custom dimensions are also available.