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High Performance PM Stainless Steels

Stainless Steel Powder Metallurgy
316L Stainless Steel
410 Stainless Steel
Material PSM Code Density G/CC  Yield Strength PSI (A) Ultimate Tensile Strength PSI(A) Elongation % (A,B) Impact Strength Ft-Lbs (A,E) Apparent Hardness Rockwell (F) Transverse Rupture PSI (A) Young's Modulus 106 PSI (A) Equivalent MPIF Specification Applications

316L
Stainless Steel

SS-316-RH

6.4/6.8

22,000

40,000

15.0

(C)

RB 42-45

(C)

11.5

N/A

Non-magnetic, non-hardenable stainless steel for mechanical and instrumental components requiring corrosion resistance.

SS-316-RD

6.4/6.8

40,000

61,000

6.0

(C)

RB 66-70

136,000

21.5

SS-316-40

SS-316-SH

6.8 min.

27,000

52,000

21.0

(C)

RB 55-61

(C) 

13.8

N/A

410
Stainless Steel

SS-410-R

6.4/6.8

N/A

91,000

1.5

(C)

RB 95-102

125,000

46.0

SS-410-95

Magnetic stainless steel with high strength and good wearing properties.

NOTES:
A - Mechanical property data represents average
     values derived from laboratory specimens
     produced under production conditions.
B - Elongation is given as inch/inch in one inch
     (1") gauge length.
C - Additional data is being developed.
D - Yield and ultimate tensile strength values
      are approximately the same in the heat
      treated condition.
E - Impact strength values are from unnotched Charpy
     Impact specimens.
F - Apparent hardness is measured directly using the
     Rockwell scales indicated. The value is always lower
     than the actual metal particle hardness as measured
     by the microhardness tester because of the porosity
     in the structure.
G - Magnetic induction, Bmax, and remanence, Br, are
     derived from standard BH curves with a 15 Oersted
     magnetizing force. Higher Bmax values are obtained
     at higher magnetizing forces.