Stainless Steel Processing
These steels are processed using our high-powered, reversing cold rolling mills which can produce very close gauge tolerances. In our state-of-the-art specialty strip mill, we can supply these spheroidized steels with a variety of surface finishes, standard and special edges, in either coils or cut-to-length sheets.
Martensitic stainless steels are used mostly for cutting tools, blades, knives, scissors, files, and for many other applications requiring good sharp edge retention, and/or high strength properties. These steels are almost always heat treated and are air-hardenable. The corrosion properties are optimum in the heat treated state.
|420A||0.19-0.24||1.00Max.||0.040 Max.||0.030 Max.||1.00 Max.||12.00-14.00|
|420B||0.35-0.40||1.00Max.||0.040 Max.||0.030 Max.||1.00 Max.||12.00-14.00|
|420C||0.40-0.45||1.00Max.||0.040 Max.||0.030 Max.||1.00 Max.||12.00-14.00|
|410||0.08-0.15||1.00Max.||0.040 Max.||0.030 Max.||1.00 Max.||11.50-13.50|
Hardness, RB (Spheroidized Structure)
|410||85 Max. *|
410, 420 A, B, C – 0.020” to 0.165” Widths up to 26” for all grades.
Greer Steel has an on-going development program for Martensitic stainless steels. For additional details on current and future Martensitic stainless grades from Greer Steel Company, please contact us.