310 Stainless Steel Sheet Manufacturer in China
310, 310H, and 310S SS sheets are austenitic stainless steel commonly used in high-temperature applications. They are also used in cryogenic applications because of their low magnetic permeability and toughness. 310 grades contain 20% nickel and 25% chromium which makes them highly resistant to corrosion and oxidation.
TuoLian has excellent processing capabilities and is capable of providing custom 310 SS sheets. We can customize the 310 SS sheets to any size, shape, thickness, surface finish, and other specifications you need.
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Other Types of 310 Stainless Steel Sheet
310S Stainless Steel Sheet
310S SS sheets are less prone to sensitization in service and embrittlement. They are the lower-carbon version of 310 SS sheets.
310H Stainless Steel Sheet
310H SS sheets are commonly used for petrochemical environments and moderately carburizing atmospheres.
310 Embossed SS Sheet
Our 310 embossed SS sheet is made with quality stainless steel materials. It has good corrosion resistance and is preferably used for applications requiring high temperatures.
310 Gold Plated SS Sheet
Aside from its durableness and high-temperature tolerance, the 310 stainless steel sheets plated with gold have an attractive glance and are perfect for architectural/designing applications.
310 Hairline SS Sheet
This 310-hairline stainless steel sheet has a well-defined and long fine line. It is widely used in interior cladding, elevator panels, building facades, escalators, and other architectural works.
310 Mirror SS Sheet
TuoLian is an expert manufacturer of 310 stainless steel sheets with a mirror finish. This reflective, bright, and shiny surface SS sheet is extensively used in architectural applications.
310 PVD Coated SS Sheet
The 310 stainless steel sheet that undergoes physical vapor deposition (PVD) coating has a longer lifespan. It can be used in both interior and exterior applications. Different color options are available.
310 Vibration Finish SS Sheet
The vibration finish 310-grade SS sheet combines with aesthetic appearance and durable characteristics. It is available for different thicknesses & dimensions, and also for customization.
- Good oxidation resistance of up to 2000°F
- Excellent resistance to carburizing atmosphere
- Strong and tough at cryogenic temperatures
- Excellent resistance to sulfidation and corrosion
- Moderate strength at high temperature
- Good resistance to intermittent heating at high temperatures and thermal fatigue
- Can withstand nitric acid fuming at normal temperature
- Resists fused nitrates at temperatures of about 425°Celsius.
310 stainless steel sheets have excellent corrosion resistance at room temperature. They also have excellent performance at high temperatures since that is their main application. At high-temperature conditions, they can maintain their exceptional resistance to:
- high-temperature corrosion
- aqueous corrosion
- other types of hot corrosion
They have high chromium content which makes them able to resist various types of corrosion.
310 stainless steel sheets have:
- a specific heat of 0.12 BTU/lb-°F between 32℉ and 212℉ (502 J/kg-°K between 0 and 100°C)
- a density of 0.285 lb/in^3
Their electrical resistivity is 30.7 Microhm-in at 68℉ and 78.0 Microhm-cm at 20°C. In terms of melting range, it usually ranges from 2470℉ up to 2555℉. Their module of elasticity is also 28.5 x 10^6 psi. Moreover, their thermal conductivity is 8.0 BTU/hr/ft^2/ft/℉.
Fabrication and Processing Options
310 stainless steel sheets can be fabricated and processed by various processes such as:
They can be heated evenly at 950 up to 1200°C (1742 – 2192°F). It is advised to do a final anneal at 1832 to 2101°F after hot forming, followed by a quick quench.
310 stainless steel sheets are suitable for welding. They can be welded by PLASMA, TIG, SMAW, FCAW MIG, and SAW.
The 310 SS sheets are also suitable for other processes such as:
- Plate leveling
- Laser cutting
- Waterjet cutting
310, 310S, and 310H stainless steel sheets have:
- elongation of 40%
- minimum yield strength of 30 ksi
- minimum tensile strength of 75 ksi and at 0.2%
On the Rockwell B scale, they also have 95 hardness. And on the Brinell hardness scale, they have 217 of hardness.
Below are their mechanical properties in different temperatures.
Below are the operating temperatures of 310 stainless steel sheets in different conditions.
Oxidizing conditions (max sulfur content – 2 g/m3)
- 2012°F or 1100°C peak temperature
- 1922°F or 1050°C continuous service
Oxidizing conditions (max sulfur greater than 2 g/m3)
- 1742°F or 950°C maximum temperature
Carburizing or nitriding atmospheres
- 850 – 950°C or 1562 – 1742°F maximum temperature
Low oxygen atmosphere (max sulfur content – 2 g/m3)
- 1832°F or 1000°C maximum temperature
Variety of Applications
310 SS sheets are used in furnaces, especially for:
- Recuperators and piping
- Fans and doors
In fluidized bed furnaces, 310 SS sheets are also used for wind boxes, piping, grids, and coal combustors.
Steel plants and ore processing plants used 310 SS sheets for the:
- continuous casting equipment
- steel melting equipment
310 SS sheets can be used for petroleum refining, especially in:
- tube hangers
- catalytic recovery systems
The power generation industry used 310 stainless steel sheets for the:
- tube hangers
- pulverized coal burners
- coal gasifier internal components
In sintering and cement plants, 310 stainless steel sheets are found in:
- wind boxes
- burners and burner shields
- discharging systems
- feeding systems
310 stainless steel sheets can also be used for thermal processing, especially in:
- walking beams
- recuperators and burner grids
- retorts and muffles
- doors and fans
- annealing covers & boxes
Other applications of 310 SS sheets include:
- Heat exchangers and thermowell
- Refractory anchor bolts and radiant tubes
- Food processing equipment
- Combustion chambers
- Cryogenic structures & components
Their main difference is their carbon content.
310S has a lower carbon content than 310 grades. They contain no more than 0.08 carbon. On the other hand, 310 stainless steel sheets contain 0.25.
310H stainless steel sheets also have 0.04% to 0.10% carbon. They are known as the high-carbon version of 310 SS sheets.
310 SS sheets come in a variety of forms such as:
- Custom forms