310S has astounding imperviousness to oxidation under steady temperatures to 2000°F.
Cyclic conditions diminish its oxidation resistance, and a most extreme working temperature of 1900°F is by and large prescribed if cycling is included.
Having a lower coefficient of extension tdan most 300 stainless steels, 310S may be utilized as a part of operations including modestly serious warm cycling,
for example, fast air cooling. It is not generally prescribed for fluid extinguishing. Albeit 310Shas less imperviousness to retention of carbon and nitrogen
tdan tde higher composites, for example, 330 and 333, it is generally utilized as a part of tolerably carburizing climates, for example, experienced in petro-chem