Type 430 Stainless Steel is a low carbon ferritic stainless steel which, in mildly corrosive environments or atmospheric exposures, has corrosion resistance
approaching that of some nickel-bearing stainless steels. This alloy is oxidation resistant at elevated temperatures. Type 430 is ductile, does not work harden
readily, and can be formed using a variety of roll forming or mild stretch bending operations as well as the more common drawing and bending processes.
Type 430 is ferromagnetic.
Sinks, sink rims, appliance trim, counter tops, dish washers, range hoods, flatware, architectural uses, roofing, siding and restaurant equipment.