Stainless Steel Grade 410

Known for its high strength and hardness, parts forged in stainless steel grade 410 are ideal for many industrial applications. This alloy mostly consists of chromium (Cr) (11.50% – 13.50%), and iron (Fe). Other elements that make up stainless steel 410 include manganese (Mn), silicon (Si), phosphorous (P), sulfur (S), and carbon (C). Stainless steel grade 410 is classified as UNS S41000.

Stainless steel 410, like all stainless steel alloys, harbors resistance to corrosive elements such as saltwater. The alloy’s natural corrosion resistance will typically need to be enhanced through additional applications, including tempering and hardening. Stainless steel 410 is best known for its wear resistance and is therefore recommended for applications that require greater resistance to more physically demanding environments. 

Known for its incredible strength and excellent corrosion resistance, stainless steel 410 is used in a variety of industries, including oil and gas and power generation.

Chemical Composition

(%max., unless shown as range or min.)

CR Mg P Si S C Fe
11.50 - 13.50
1.0 max
1.0 max
1.0 max
0.030 max
0.080 - 0.150

Applicable Specifications

Product Specification
Forgings - Rolled Rings
ASME SA-182, ASTM A 182, ASTM A 240, ASTM A 276, ASTM A 473, ASTM A 829

Common Fabrication Processes

  • Turbines – Gas and Steam
  • Valves and Pumps
  • Structural components, oil and gas
  • Fasteners, Bolts and Screws 
  • Hollow cylinders
  • Rings
  • Discs

Industries that use Grade 410 Stainless Steel Forgings:

  • Chemical Processing
  • Marine
  • Oil and Gas
  • Power Generation
Product Specification
Forging, Rolled Rings
Forging, Bar
Forging, Various