430 is ferritic stainless steel, 430 16Cr is a representative type of ferritic steel, thermal expansion rate, excellent formability and oxidation resistance. Heat-resistant appliances, burners, household appliances, type 2 cutlery, kitchen sinks, exterior trim materials, bolts, nuts, CD rods, screens.
430 hot rolled stainless steel coil
430 Stainless Steel Coils Hot rolled
Stainless steel coil supplier Huaxiao can provide different grades and sizes of stainless steel coils with MTC, SGS, ISO, BV, etc.
If you need to test it by samples, Huaxiao stainless steel coil supplier can provide free samples for your reference.
Huaxiao Capacity about 430 Hot rolled stainless steel coil, 430 HRC, 430 stainless steel coil
Thickness: 1.2mm – 10mm, etc.
Width: 600mm – 2000mm, the narrowed products pls check in strip products
Max coil weight: 40MT
Coil ID: 508mm,610mm, etc.
Finish: NO.1, 1D, 2D, #1, hot-rolled finished, black, Anneal and pickling, mill finish, etc.
430 Same grade from different country standard
1.4016 1Cr17 SUS430
430 Chemical component ASTM A240 :
C：≤0.12 ，Si ：≤1.0 Mn ：≤1.0 ，Cr ：16.0～18.0 ，Ni ：< 0.75， S ：≤0.03 ，P ：≤0.04, N≤0.1
430 stainless steel coil mechanical property ASTM A240 :
- Tensile strength : > 450 Mpa
- Yield Strength : >205 Mpa
- Elongation (%): > 22%
- Hardness: < HRB89
- Reduction of Area ψ (%): ≥50
- Density: 7.7g / cm3
- Melting point: 1427° C
430 Stainless Steel Coil Welding:
- If welding is necessary the Pre-heat at 150-200°C.
- Embrittlement in the weld metal and heat affected zone can be relieved by a post-weld anneal at 790-815°C
- Grain refinement will not occur.
Description About 430 stainless steel coil
430 stainless steel coil is ferritic stainless steel, 430 16Cr is a representative type of ferritic steel, thermal expansion rate, excellent formability, and oxidation resistance. Heat-resistant appliances, burners, household appliances, type 2 cutlery, kitchen sinks, exterior trim materials, bolts, nuts, CD rods, screens
Because of its chromium content, it is also called 18/0 or 18-0. Compared to 18/8 and 18/10, the chromium content is slightly lower and the hardness is reduced accordingly.
Application about 430 stainless steel coil
1, 430 stainless steel is mainly used for building decoration, fuel burner components, household appliances, household appliances components.
2. Add 430F steel with free cutting performance to 430 steel, mainly used for automatic lathes, bolts, and nuts.
3. If we add Ti or Nb to 430 stainless steel coil, reduce the C, can get the grade 430LX, the processing and welding performance can be improved, Mainly be used for hot water tanks, hot water supply systems, sanitary appliances, household durable appliances, flywheels, etc.
What are the differences between 304 and 430 stainless steel?
The addition of nickel into 304 stainless steel means it preserves an “austenitic” molecule, common in molten steel when it is at room temperature. This microstructure produces 304’s stainless steel material properties. Austenitic materials are formable, weldable, resilient even at cryogenic temperatures, and are highly corrosion resistant.
In comparison, the 400-series of stainless steels are all ferritic steels. These are less formable, less weldable, and don’t do well at cryogenic temperatures. Still, some types, like the 430 stainless steel, have excellent corrosion resistance and are very heat tolerant.
The 304 stainless steel’s strengths mean that it’s used in many applications requiring cold resilience or high ductility, but the nickel increases the overall cost of the material compared to 430 stainless steel. The relative cost of these steels fluctuates with market conditions and spec, but 430 stainless steel price to the manufacturer is often 55-75% that of 304 stainless steel.
In many cases with backyard barbeques, these extra material properties of 304 stainless steel may be unnecessary. Usually, BBQ grills don’t need to manage cryogenic temperatures. With some designs, formability and weldability are not necessary. When homeowners are primarily looking for corrosion resistance, 430 stainless steel might be as good as 304.
But some designs require formability and weldability: 304 stainless steel is the clear winner in these categories. On the other hand, the processing difficulty of 430 stainless steel is just below 304. Therefore, the supplier’s price, design, and manufacturing expertise are all factors in choosing an alloy.
Given the difference between these two alloys, it is clear that 430 stainless steel can meet the needs of many backyard barbecues. It provides the corrosion resistance and material strength required for this application. An important consideration is that, compared to commercial kitchens, home locations are less likely to be exposed to saltwater or acidic liquids for several hours a day.