We have a large assortment of sheetmetal types: galvanized, Paintlok sheet metal, cold rolled or inexpensive hot rolled steel sheet.
Hot Rolled Steel Sheets are the most economical; C1008/1010 Cold Rold Sheets have tighter tolerances with a smooth surface for paint to bond, where G90 Galvanized Sheetmetal has the extra corrosion protection, no need to paint.
Thin sheet metal is excellent for drilling, machining, sawing, punching, welding and forming. CRS Cold Rolled Sheet is easier to machine compared to HRS sheetmetal.
The slight grainy surface of HR Steel Sheet makes it perfect for roofing, panels, tool boxes, hoppers, tanks, gussets, liners, and trailer siding. Galvanized Steel Sheet is used in corrosive environments, HVAC, flashing, and industrial applications.
Steel Plate is defined as a metal sheet with thickness greater than .23 inches. A36 Hot Rolled Steel Plate is a low carbon steel with good strength and formability,
A36 Steel Plate is excellent for drilling, machining, sawing, punching, welding and forming.
Used in a wide variety of general construction, Hot Rolled Steel Plate is used in heavy-duty manufacturing of parts and equipment, including ag equipment, industrial plates, trench covers, and agricultural implements, gussets, tanks, walls as well as steel flooring.
Deck Plate, has many other names: Diamond Plate, tread plate, or floor plate. Manufactured with a raised diamond shape that provides grip and traction.
Steel Floor Plate A786 is easy to weld, cut, form, and machine.
Simple to clean with built-in skid resistance allows Diamond Plate to be used on flooring, ramps, stairs, platforms, walkways, and running boards, including decoration.
*Not all steel types and sizes are available due to manufacturing process. Call for details.
Measured in Gauge or Thickness x Width x Length