Uses And Options For 410 Stainless Steel Tubing

The 410 stainless steel tubing is magnetic and can resist corrosion only in mild environments. It has relatively good ductility and can be used when wear resistance or abrasion are necessary. It can also be used when you need resistance to oxidation and general corrosion. It is available in a seamless pipe between one-half to eight inches.

Chemical Composition

It uses Carbon, Chromium, Manganese, Nickel, Phosphorus, Sulfur and Silicon. It can have up to 75 percent of silicone, 13.5 percent of Chromium, one percent of Manganese, five percent of nickel, 0.15 percent of carbon, 0.04 percent of phosphorus and 0.03 percent of sulfur. Because it does use nickel, it has some corrosion properties and can be slightly more resistant to oxidation than other metals. However, it isn’t as strong as some alloys and care should be used when determining whether 410 tubing is enough for your project.


The martensitic stainless steel makes it have higher mechanical properties, and it is ferromagnetic in the hardened condition. It contains the smallest amount of chromium possible to give it the stainless steel properties and can resist scaling and oxidation up to 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit. It can resist wear and abrasion better than other similar steels and provides a good cracking resistance from sulfide stress corrosion.

Its hardness is also one of the 410’s best features. It can withstand high temperatures and can resist corrosion, making it excellent as pipelines for various fluids.


The tubing is excellent to be used as a pipeline that must transport fluids that are mixed with various solids, including sand, gravel or coal.

Tensile Requirements

Its tensile strength in KSI is 60 while its yield strength in KSI is 30. If you must convert KSI to MPA, you would multiply those numbers by 6.895.

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