How Do Hot Rolled Steel Plates Differ From Sheets?
Hot rolled steel plates are typically thicker than sheet material and are either produced by cutting coil to the desired length or, in cases of heavier and wider dimension, steel plate is produced by rolling steel ingot one plate at a time to a predetermined length.
Premium Steel Sales stocks hot rolled steel plate (up to approx. ½ inch thick) that can be cut to custom lengths for a variety of applications.
Premium Steel Sales sources the following common grades (as well as other, less common grades) to ensure the appropriate fit for your specific job or application:
- Structural (Including 1018 & 1020)
- HSLA (Including A572 Grade 50/55/60/70/80)
- A-36 / A1008 / A1010 / A1011
Not finding your specific grade here? Call us or send us a request for what you are looking for and we will determine if we can source it for you.
Premium Steel Sales offers the following options for customization of your required material to meet your exact needs:
- Tension Leveling Cut to Length
- Temper and Stretcher Leveling
- Shape Correction
- Coil To Coil Spinning / Inspection
- Coil Pickling / Steel Sheets That Are Pre-Pickled & Oiled
Hot rolled steel plates are commonly utilized in the following applications (these are just a few examples):
- Building and construction
- Automotive & transportation
- Heavy equipment
- Commercial & Industrial HVAC
- Dust Collection / Air Filtration
- Clean Room Manufacturing
Premium Steel Sales is here to provide you with an exceptional customer experience and a vast array of hot rolled steel products to ensure that you obtain the right material to suit your need. From your initial contact with us through the entire quoting and delivery process, we are determined to provide you with an outstanding transaction of quality material and great value. We shop many domestic mills and we work with a large network of suppliers to help you meet all of your steel needs.
Give us a call or submit a request today for pricing on hot rolled steel by the truckload or to learn more about the material that we stock. Typical turnaround time ranges from one to two weeks (under normal circumstances); however, material is ready to be shipped within a few days or less in many instances.