430 Stainless Steel Strip
430 stainless steel strip is a slender, flat piece of stainless steel carefully crafted from the resilient 430 stainless steel. Specifically categorized within the ferritic stainless steel group, 430 boasts exceptional characteristics. These strips possess a magnetic quality that readily lends itself to being drawn and shaped.
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Key Attributes of 430 Stainless Steel Strip
430 stainless steel strips excel in several aspects, including remarkable thermal conductivity, robust toughness, and resistance to corrosion and heat fatigue. Moreover, their easy maintenance, appealing aesthetics, and cost-effectiveness make 430 stainless steel strips a versatile choice for a multitude of applications.
Versatile Applications for 430 Stainless Steel Strip
The versatility of 430 stainless steel strips finds its place across numerous industries. From automobiles and electrical appliances to rail transit, solar energy, and building and decoration, these strips prove their worth. Their adaptability extends to kitchen utensils, elevators, precision electronics, and containers. Furthermore, they are chosen for crafting sink rims, counter tops, dishwashers’ linings, lashing wire, stove trim rings, fuel heating components, banding systems, element supports, and range hoods.
|Width||1.5 – 600mm|
|Thickness||0.03 – 3mm|
|Length||cut to length|
|Surface Finish||2B, 2D, BA, NO.1, NO.4, NO.8, 8K, mirror, hair line, sand blast, brush, satin, 2H, No.4, polishing bright|
|Edge||Mill, slit, deburred, round, v type edge|
|Standard||ASTM A240, ASME SA240, AMS 5503|
|Tensile Strength(ksi)||Hardness(Rb)||Yield Strength(ksi)||Elongation||Density, lb/in3||Modulus of Elasticity(psi）|
|65||89||30||22%||0.276||29.0 x 106|
430 stainless steel is magnetic due to its ferritic microstructure, which imparts magnetic properties to the material. The magnetic permeability of 430 stainless steel can vary depending on factors such as composition, processing, and microstructure. However, as a general guideline, the magnetic permeability of 430 stainless steel is usually in the range of around 600 to 1100.
Ferritic stainless steels like 430 have relatively high magnetic permeability compared to austenitic stainless steels, which are non-magnetic or only slightly magnetic.
It’s important to note that while the magnetic permeability of 430 stainless steel is relatively high, it can still vary based on the specific manufacturing processes and conditions. If you have precise requirements for magnetic properties, it’s recommended to consult with material experts or conduct specific measurements on the material you plan to use.