Carbon Steel Sheet Metal

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Carbon Steel Sheet Metal

What is Steel Sheet Metal?

Steel sheet metal is easy to cut and bend, making it a fundamental material for countless fabrication purposes. Its thickness is measured by its gauge (the larger the gauge, the thinner the sheet), see chart below for gauge specifications. This thinness allows it to either come in flat sheets or as a continuous coil (or roll) of steel that can then be cut to your desired dimensions. Because of its versatility, steel sheet metal can be used for a wide variety of applications, from truck and airplane bodies to medical tables.

Service Steel Warehouse stocks ready-to-ship ASTM A1011 grade steel sheets in standard sizes and gauges ranging from 10 to 16. We also offer comprehensive finishing services such as slitting, galvanizing, and painting to make sure you get exactly what your projects need.

Steel Sheet Gauge Chart

Gauge Thickness (in) Weight (lb/ft²)

Steel Sheet FAQs

Steel sheet metal is incredibly useful in a range of applications because of its very basic shape and functionality. Its uses include building roofs, airplane wings and fuselages, medical tables, gutters, automobile bodies, HVAC ducts, and much more.

Because of how thin it is, steel sheets are often cut from continuous coils of steel, while plates are flat products. Another difference is that a steel sheet’s thickness is typically measured in gauges, while a steel plate’s thickness is measured in inches.

Steel sheets can have a wide range of prices based on size, rendered services, market conditions, and other factors.

For more detailed pricing please contact your sales representative. Request a quote.