410 Stainless Steel Forgings UNS S41000

410 stainless steel is hardenable, martensitic alloy that is designed for thigh stress part that require high ductility as well as good corrosion resistance. Working temperatures up to 1200f (649c) are acceptable.

Applications: 410 stainless steel is widely used in blades and buckets and bucket covers for compressors and steam turbines, turbine wheels and valves, aircraft parts, also pump and pump shafts.

Chemistry Analysis

Carbon 0.15% Manganese 1.00%
Phosphorus 0.040% Sulfur 0.030%
Silicon 1.00% Chromium 11.50 – 13.50%
Iron Balance
Phosphoric Acid Restricted Acetic Acid Restricted
Sodium Hydroxide Moderate Sour Gas/Oil Restricted
Salt Spray Moderate Nitric Acid Moderate
Sulfuric Acid Restricted Humidity Moderate

Corrosion Resistance

The following table is for reference only, many factors can affect the corrosive resistance, a corrosion test for each application should be applied.

Heat Treatment


typical Heat to 1200/1400 F (649/760c) heat uniformly and remove from furnace cool in air. Brinell hardness expected approximately 187. You can also anneal for maximum softness heat 1500/1650f (816/899c) then cool slowly in furnace. Approximate brinell 155 can be expected. Foe cleaner cutting it may be desirable to lower the annealing temperature.
Heat 1750/1850f (954/1010c) soak at heat, quench in oil. You may also harden in air.
Can be performed at 750/1050f (399/566c) reduced corrosion resistance can be expected by tempering, but may be necessary to obtain physical properties desired.
410 in the annealed condition, dead soft, is tough and smearing. machining is better in the tempered condition.
AMS 5613 ASTM A182 ASTM A276 ASTM A314 ASTM A473 ASTM A479 QQS 763 PWA LCS EN10204 DIN3.1B
Shapes Manufactured:
Flat Bars, Square Bars, Round Bars, Rings, Hollows, Discs, Blocks and special Shapes. Send us a drawing to see how we can save you material and Machining time!

The information in this data sheet is for information only and should not be used for engineering.

Typical Room Temperature Tensile properties
Hardened at 1850f (1010c) and oil quenched, followed by tempering at indicated temperature for four hours and air cooled.
Temper Temperature Ultimate Tensile Strength % Elongation in 2″ {50.8mm} hardness Brinell % Reduction of Area Charpy V-notch
0.2% offset 0.2% offset ft-lb J
F C ksi Mpa
500 280 158 1089 17 401 62 56 76
700 371 1556 1089 17 41 60 49 66
800 482 147 1014 18 401 58 28 38
1000 538 133 917 19 285 62 24 33
1100 593 105 724 20 248 63 38 52
1200 649 92 634 21 223 65 88 119