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430BA stainless steel is the surface grade of 430 stainless steel BA. Commonly used in the interior. Typical uses include washing machine drum, interior panels, kitchen facilities, dishwasher, pots and pans, daily saw the very bright stainless steel products basically all is 430BA stainless steel production.Product overview edit 430 stainless steel plate has all the characteristics of 430 stainless steel, has good resistance to corrosion and general steel, better thermal conductivity than austenite, thermal expansion coefficient smaller than the austenitic, thermal fatigue, add stabilizing elements in titanium, good weld mechanical properties, mainly for building decoration, the parts of a fuel burner, home appliances and home appliance components.

2.Product characteristic:

430 stainless steel chrome content is higher, with good resistance to corrosion and general purpose grades, better thermal conductivity than austenite, thermal expansion coefficient smaller than the austenitic, thermal fatigue, add stabilizing elements in titanium, the weld mechanical properties good.

Chemical composition:

Carbon (C): less than 0.12%

Silicon (Si): less than 0.75%

Manganese (Mn): less than 1%

P (P) = 0.040%:

Sulfur (S): less than 0.030%

Nickel (Ni): less than 0.60%

Chromium (Cr): 16.00~18.00%

Molybdenum (Mo): 2.00-3.00%

Physical features

Young modulus: kN/mm2

Rigid modulus: kN/mm2

Application standard: n/a (UNS)
3.Specification
430 stainless steel has the following several States, the state is not the same, the stain resistance and corrosion resistance are not the same.

NO.1, 1D, 2D, 2B, N0.4, HL, BA, Mirror, and various other surface processing states.430 stainless steel chrome content is higher, with good resistance to corrosion and general purpose grades, better thermal conductivity than austenite, thermal expansion coefficient smaller than the austenitic, thermal fatigue, add stabilizing elements in titanium, the weld mechanical properties good.

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