416 Stainless Steel

UNS S41600, ASTM A582

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416 Stainless Steel

416416 Stainless Steel is a martensitic free machining grade of stainless that can be hardened by heat treatment to achieve elevated strength and hardness.  Due to its low cost and ready machinability, 416 stainless steel is readily used in its highly tempered state. It exhibits better machining characteristics than austenitic grades, however, sacrifices corrosion resistance. High sulfur, free-machining grades like Alloy 416 are unsuitable for marine or any chloride exposure situations.  We can supply our 416 stainless steel for any project big or small.

Best Stainless provides 416 stainless steel under the highest quality UNS S41600 and ASTM A582 standards. 416 SS can be utilized in a number of capacities and applications including, pump shafts, valve components, and automatic screw machine parts. Stainless steel 416 is composed of carbon, chromium, manganese, phosphorous, silicon, and sulfur. 

Stainless Steel 416 Mechanical Properties

Material TypeConditionUltimate Tensile
Strength (PSI)
0.2% Yield
Strength (PSI)
Elongation
(% in 2in.)
Reduction Of
Area (%)
Hardness
Brinell
Hardness
Rockwell
416 Annealed * * * * 262 Max C40
  Tempered * * * * 248-302 *
  Hardned * * * * 293-352 *
  • Pump Shafts
  • Valve Components
  • Automatic Screw Machine Parts
  • Carbon 0.150 Max
  • Chromium 12.0-14.0
  • Manganese 1.250 Max
  • Phosphorous 0.060 Max
  • Silicon 1.00 Max
  • Sulfur 0.150 Max
  • UNS S41600
  • ASTM A582
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