Stainless Steel 410 Pipe Manufacturing, Suppliers, Expoters in India

Mcneil Instrument is a leading manufacturer, supplier, and exporter of 410 Stainless Steel Pipes in India. These pipes are crafted from martensitic steel, renowned for its exceptional strength, toughness, and high resistance to wear and tear. While martensitic steels generally exhibit lower corrosion resistance compared to austenitic stainless steels, the 410 SS Pipe excels in demanding environments. With a composition featuring carbon, manganese, silicon, phosphorus, sulfur, chromium, and nickel, these pipes are engineered to withstand harsh conditions effectively.

Mcneil Instrument offers a diverse range of 410 Grade Pipes, available in various shapes, sizes, and dimensions to suit different application needs. Whether produced through cold drawing to achieve seamless pipes or via electric resistance weld or electric fusion weld methods for welded pipes, Mcneil Instrument ensures top-notch quality and precise specifications. The dimensions of 410 Steel Pipes may vary depending on the manufacturing technique employed, guaranteeing versatility and reliability for various industrial requirements.

Mcneil Instrument offers a comprehensive range of stainless steel pipes made from UNS S41000 AISI 410, DIN 1.4006 Type 410, and Grade 410 SS materials. Our seamless pipes and electric resistant weld pipes come in sizes ranging from 1/2NB to 24NB, while electric fusion welded pipes range from 6NB to 100NB. Our 410 Welded Pipe is heat treatable for enhanced strength, and the SS 410 Erw Pipe is known for its weldability and strength. We produce various shapes, including the Aisi 410 Round Pipe and Type 410 Stainless Steel Square Pipe, suitable for structurally strong applications. The Grade 410 Stainless Steel Hollow Pipe is typically quenched and tempered for added strength, making it ideal for use in Minnen ladder rungs, steam turbines, the petroleum industry, gas turbine parts, pumps, and valves. Rest assured, our products meet high-quality standards and undergo rigorous testing according to international standards.

Stainless Steel 410 Seamless Pipes
  • Size: 6NB – 1200NB
  • OD: 1/8″ – 12″ NPS
  • Thickness : 0.6 – 12.7 mm
  • Length: Single, Double Random & Cut Length
Stainless Steel 410 Erw / Welded Pipes
  • Size: 1/8” – 36” NB, 1/4” – 36” OD
  • OD: 6.35 – 114.3 mm
  • Thickness : 0.8 – 12.7 mm
  • Length: up to 26 Meters

ASTM A312 TP410 Material Specification Chart

Spec ChartASTM A312 / ASTM SA312
ASME SpecificationANSI/ASME B36.19M, ANSI/ASME B36.10M
Manufacturing Pipe FormsHydraulic, Square, Hex, Rectangle, Honed, Round
Various typesSeamless, CDW, 100% X Ray Welded, ERW, Welded, Fabricated
Pipe End Type AbbreviationsBeveled One End, Treaded Both Ends, Plain One End, Plain Both Ends, Bevel both ends, Bevel one end, Treaded On End, Beveled end, Bevel small end, Bevel large end
Various Delivery Conditions TypesBright Annealed, Cold Drawn, Polished, Annealed and Pickled
Various Surface Finish2B, No.4, No.1, No.8 Mirror Finish or custom Finish as per customer Requirements
Schedule DesignationsSCH 5, SCH10, SCH 40, SCH 80, SCH 80S, SCH 160, SCH XXS, SCH XS
Also offerPolishing, Grooving, Customer Tagging/ Marking, Beveling, Material testing, MTR’s Available, Ultrasonic Testing, Destructive, Cutting, Color Coding, Threading, Threading, Export Packaging, Non Export Documentation, Destructive, Machining
Marking
  1. Specification
  2. Grade
  3. Nominal Pipe Sizes
  4. Pipe Schedule or Wall Thickness
  5. Manufacturing Method (Seamless / Welded)
  6. Heat Number
  7. Manufacturer’s Name or Custom Logo – on request

Marked Pipe Sample: ANSI B36.19 ASTM A312 TP410 12″ NB SCH 40S SEAMLESS HEAT NO. XXXX

Why does the SS 410 Pipe don’t always have a pristine appearance?

Mcneil Instrument specializes in martensitic stainless steel grades like the 410. This grade is renowned for its ability to undergo heat treatment, quenching, and tempering, enhancing its strength and hardness while retaining high ductility. However, compared to austenitic steel, its corrosion resistance is relatively lower.

While austenitic steel pipes maintain a pristine appearance due to their corrosion resistance, martensitic ones like those offered by Mcneil Instrument may undergo surface changes more rapidly. Despite this, they boast high wear and tear resistance, ensuring longevity in demanding applications. The focus is primarily on functionality rather than aesthetics, making them ideal for industries such as automotive, power generation, and petrochemicals.

The composition of Mcneil Instrument’s martensitic stainless steel includes chromium, nickel, manganese, and carbon (0.08 to 0.15%), resulting in a greyish or blackish appearance. This blend of elements ensures robust performance in challenging environments, where durability and reliability are paramount.