416 Stainless Steel


416 stainless steel is a magnetic martensitic stainless grade that is known for free machining. It has the largest machinability of all stainless steel grades. 416 stainless steel as well as similiar grades are not as resistant to corrosion as other stainless types, it establishes moderate corrosion with high strength on tempered and hardened conditions.


Resistant to food/water produce, and atmospheric conditions. While 416 stainless steels are not ideal for sulfuric chemical environments such as oceanic settings. Resistant to heat below its treatment temperature.


Commonly heat-treated at ~1400°F. This grade can be treated to achieve different mechanical properties, but it lacks high corrosion resistance. The ability to heat treat the grade allows it to be viable in many applications. Our 416 stainless steel can come in two conditions including condition Annealed and condition T.

Physical Properties:

Tensile Yield Enlongation Reduction of Area Hardness
Annealed 70 40 30 262
T 110 85 18 248-302


  • Pump Shafts
  • Bolts
  • Valves
  • Screws
  • Gears
  • Fasteners
  • Studs
  • Motor Shafts


  • Corrosion resistance to natural food acids, natural waters, and waste products
  • Known for being the free machining grade
  • Its hardenability allows it to be used in various applications
  • Fair resistance to sealing at mild temperatures
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