Choose Strength and Heat Resistance with Alloy 410 Pipe
When you put in a new pipeline, you want to know that it will withstand any challenge. You need a ductile material that will resist corrosion, oxidation, abrasion, and wear. When you need reliable pipeline, choose alloy 410 pipe.
What is Alloy 410?
Alloy 410 is a martensitic stainless steel. It is often used to make pipelines, dental and surgical instruments, valve parts, screws, cutlery, pistons, and bolts. Alloy 410 pipelines also transport fluids containing solids like sand, coal, or gravel.
It is best suited for environments where corrosive conditions are not severe. However, it can resist corrosion caused by some chemicals, mild acids, water, food, and air. Alloy 410 is also somewhat resistant to concentrated sulfuric acid and nitric acid.
Why Choose Alloy 410?
As a hard, sturdy metal, alloy 410 performs best in environments that require high strength and heat resistance. Alloy 410 can resist scaling and oxidation in environments up to 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit.
If hardened or annealed, alloy 410 is also ferromagnetic. Additionally, it exhibits high resistance to sulfide stress corrosion cracking.
Because it does not contain very much chromium, alloy 410 offers all of stainless steel’s best qualities. In fact, it is more resistant to wear and abrasion than many 300-series stainless steels.
Why Choose James Duva?
James Duva has happily served industries in need of pipes, valves, and fittings since 1978.
Between 1978 and 1984, we focused solely on providing materials for the nuclear industry. This focus on meeting strict materials requirements continues to shape our approach to business today. We guarantee traceability, documentation and verification with each order.
You can trust us to handle your order professionally and efficiently. Contact us today to learn more about alloy 410 or to place your order. Call us at 908.526.1222.
- Pipelines transporting fluids mixed with solids like coal, sand or gravel
- Martensitic stainless steel with high mechanical properties.
- Ferromagnetic in the annealed or hardened condition.
- Contains minimum amount of chromium to impart stainless steel properties.
- Resists oxidation and scaling up to 1200 ̊F.
- Resists abrasion and wear better than most 300 series stainless steels.
- Good sulphide stress corrosion cracking resistance.
- Hardness in one 410’s best features.
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