Flat Rolled Steel
Hot rolled flat steel is produced by heating a steel slab or billet until it's malleable and then passing it through rollers to achieve the desired thickness. It has a rough surface.
Cold rolled flat steel is manufactured at room temperature, which results in a smoother, thinner product with improved surface finish.
Galvanized flat steel is coated with a layer of zinc to protect it from corrosion. It has a shiny, silver appearance.
Galvaneal flat steel is similar to galvanized steel but with an additional layer of zinc-iron alloy, making it suitable for painting.
Gavalume flat steel combines the corrosion-resistant properties of aluminum and zinc. It has a silvery appearance.
Pre-painted flat steel comes with a pre-applied paint or coating, providing an attractive finish and corrosion protection.
Angles are L-shaped long steel products with equal or unequal sides. They provide structural support and stability.
Beams are long steel products with a horizontal I or H shape. They carry loads over a span, distributing weight efficiently.
Flat bars have a rectangular cross-section and are versatile for various applications.
Rebars (reinforcing bars) have a round cross-section and are used to reinforce concrete, making it more durable and strong.
Wire rods are thin, long steel products with a circular cross-section. They are used for a variety of applications.
Tubing is a hollow long steel product available in various shapes and sizes.