Definition of Steel Plate


Steel plate is steel that is 1/4 inch to 13 inches thick and flat. Sheet metal is between 6 one-thousands of an inch to 249 thousands of an inch.

Hot rolled steel plate

  • Hot rolled steel is made by heating it until it is malleable, and putting it through rollers until it is the desired thickness. Because this process is inexact, the dimensional properties are hard to control. The thickness tolerances can’t be held as close as with other processes

Cold rolled steel plate

  • Cold rolled steel plate is made by putting it through rollers until it reaches the required thickness. This method allows tighter control on the tolerances of the end product.

Stainless steel plate

  • Stainless steel is an alloy that has a high tolerance control of the thickness of the finished product. The addition of chromium or nickel makes it resistant to corrosion and pitting. It has many uses in several industries.

Carbon steel plate

  • Carbon steel has been roughly designated as steel that is not stainless steel. Iron with carbon as the main addition makes the alloy steel.

Uses of steel plate

  • Steel plate can be welded, cut, heat treated and subject to other processes. These properties make it a valuable manufacturing item used in many industries.

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