Products | METAL TYPE | Stainless Steel Wire | 430 Grade Stainless Steel - Magnetic | 26AWG (0.4mm) 430 Grade Stainless Steel Wire - 10 Metre Spool by Geek-Vape
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Why Have We Added This?We produce almost all of our products in house here at our large factory in Warrington, UK.However, we have had so many requests from you guys for additional Geek-Vape over the years we can no longer resist adding a range to our already massive list of wire options. We believe that it makes sense for our customers to be able to satisfy all of their wire needs in one handy location.We believe highly in offering only quality products, even when we have not produced them, so we are sure that youll find that these items are of an excellent standard and at an amazing price.Please ensure that you do all of the right research before using this product. Please check the forums for expert advice on working with all of our wires.Technical Specification:SS430 Wire:Stainless steel grade 430 is a non-hardenable steel containing straight chromium, and belongs to the ferritic group of steels. Corrosion Resistance:All ferritic grades, such as stainless steel grade 430, have excellent stress corrosion cracking resistance. Grade 430 has good corrosion resistance to numerous substances, such as certain organic acids and nitric acid. Heat Resistance:Stainless steel grade 430 is capable of resisting oxidation up to 870°C (1598°F) in intermittent usage, and up to 815°C (1499°F) in continuous usage. At room temperature, it has the tendency to become brittle, especially when it has been heated for a long time in the 400-600°C (752-1112°F) range. This issue can be overcome with annealing.Heat Treatment:Solution annealing can be performed by heating stainless steel grade 430 to 815 - 845°C (1499-1553°F). Then it has to be slow furnace cooled to 600°C (1112°F) and followed by air-cooling in a quick manner - as slow cooling between 540 and 400°C (1004 and 752°F) tends to cause embrittlement.For sub-critical annealing, heating should be performed to 760-815°C (1400-1499°F), followed by air-cooling or water quenching.This stainless steel cannot be hardened by thermal treatment.Chemical Composition:Fe, <0.12% C, 16-18% Cr, <0.75% Ni, <1.0% Mn, <1.0% Si, <0.040% P, <0.030% SC Min - - Max - 0.12Mn Min - - Max - 1Si Min - - Max - 1P Min - - Max - 0.04S Min - - Max - 0.30Cr Min - 16 Max - 0.18Mo Min - - Max - - Ni Min - - Max - 0.50N Min - - Max - -Mechanical & Physical Properties:Tensile Str (MPa) - 483Yield Str 0.2% - Proof (MPa) Min - 310Elong (% 50mm)) Min - 22Hardness - Rockwell B (HR B) Max - 85Brinell (HB) Max - 183Density (kg/m3) - 7750Elastic Modulus (GPa) - 200Mean Co-eff of Thermal Expansion (µm/m/°C) 0-100°C - 10.4 0-315°C - 11 0-538°C - 11.4Thermal Conductivity (W/m.K) - At 100°C - 26.1 At 500°C - 26.3Specific Heat 0-100°C (J/kg.K) - 460Elec Resistivity (n?.m) - 600
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