Type 430 stainless is a ferritic stainless steel with good corrosion resistance and is resistant to nitric acid. The alloy is readily weldable but is not suitable for rigorous service. Machinability is very good and galling is a possibility. 430FR Technical Data Sheet Ugitechs 430FR is a ferritic stainless steel designed for soft magnetic components operating in corrosive-6environments. The 17.00% - 18.00% chromium makes corrosion resistance similar to 430F. The increased silicon content in this alloy allows increased mag-netic characteristics over 430F in the annealed condition.
38 rows · ASTM A240 430 (S43000) stainless steel plate. ASTM A240 standard specification for Industrial-Grade 430 stainless steel sheet metal for About product and suppliers:The demand for high-strength and durable structures is on the rise, and so are the demands for 430 stainless steel sheet metal. has in stock tons of cost-effective and versatile 430 stainless steel sheet metal uniquely created to meet different design criteria. These 430 stainless steel sheet metal can be cut and welded to create super-fitting products JIS G4304 SUS430 Stainless Steel Plate SUS 430 SHEETS 40 rows · JIS G4304 standard specification for chromium and chromium-nickel stainless steel plate,
Thicknesses range from 0.55 through to 3.00mm, standard widths are 914, 1219 and 1500 by up to 5000mm in length in Stainless Steel grades 430, 304 and 316. At ASD there are several different finishes available on these items. Stainless Steel Sheet and Coil - Type 430Browse Stainless Steel Sheet and Coil - Type 430 in the Continental Steel & Tube Co. catalog including Item #,Shapeform,Thickness,Size,Sheet Weight per Unit Area Stainless Steel Sheets, Stainless Steel Finishes, Mirror 430 stainless steel sheet metal is a slightly lower grade than the 300 series, and is commonly used for applications where the metal needs to hold a magnet. 430 is more susceptible to corrosion since it does not contain nickel or molybdenum.
430:Stainless steel is a low-carbon plain chromium ferritic stainless steel. Mainly used for kitchen grade tables and utensils along with other applications not demanding in anti-corrosion properties. However, the stainless steel has good corrosion resistance in mildly corrosive environments and good resistance to oxidation at elevated 430 Stainless Steel - Penn StainlessGrade 430 is a ferritic, straight chromium, non-hardenable grade, combining good corrosion resistance and formability characteristics with useful mechanical properties.