440B Stainless Engineering Materials
Stainless Steel With performance behaviour similar to tool E297 steel, Alloy 440B offers excellent hardness after heat treatment.
440B Stainless Steel
440B stainless steel is commonly used in the oil, gas, marine, food and medical industries. Typical applications include valve components, knives, bearings, surgical tools and cutlery. Analysis Carbon 0.750.95 Chromium 16.0018.00 Manganese 1.00 max S.
440B stainless is a high carbon steel, its is well balanced with regards to its decent strength, relatively decent anti corrosion properties once polished and a respectable level of wear resistance. In fact due to the high level of carbon its machining characteristics are on a par with annealed high speed steel.
440B Stainless Delivered Nationwide by West Yorkshire Steel.
West Yorkshire Steel are suppliers of 440B stainless steel round bar, diameters. A high carbon high chromium type combining stainless steel properties with excellent hardness after heat treatment. 440B is very similar to the 440C grade but with a slightly lower carbon content, it attains a lower hardness than 440C but has slightly better corrosion properties.
Stainless Steel 440b WS 1.4112 Aircraft Materials
Alloy 440B Stainless Steel is a high carbon chromium steel which is manufactured in rod, bar and coil. AISI 440B Stainless Steel. For all stock and size availability contact Sales. This steel is designed to provide stainless properties with excellent hardness. In some respects it behaves similarly to tool steel.
AISI SS 440 Stainless Steel 440C 440A 440B Material.
SS 440A, 440B and 440C stainless steel are AISI and ASTM standard high carbon high chromium martensitic stainless steel, SS440 has high strength, good hardness, corrosion resistance, wear resistance and high temperature dimensional stability. For AISI 440 stainless steel datasheet, heat treatment and equivalent chart, please see the tables below.
440 Stainless Steels 440A, 440B and 440C 4kitchenknives.com
440B is almost identical to 440A, but has a higher carbon content range compared to 440A 440C is considered a highend stainless steel. It is very resistant to corrosion and is one of the most common stainless alloys used for knife making. 440C has highest carbon content in 440 group.