Hot rolled plate

Hot rolled plate is manufactured in a wide range of sizes for applications in several industries varying from construction, pressure vessel and wear resistant applications. Read more

Hot rolled coil

Mill process which involves rolling the steel at a high temperature, which is above the steel’s recrystallisation temperature. Read more

Hot rolled coil - Pickled & Oiled

Pickled & Oiled coil is hot rolled material that has been descaled of oxide film by both mechanical and chemical methods and then oiled to help retard corrosion during storage and after descaling. Read more

Cold rolled coil

Cold rolled sheet is produced by processing hot rolled strip through a cold rolling process followed by annealing and/or temper rolling. This process will produce steel with thinner gauges, closer dimensional tolerances and a wider range of uncoated surface finishes. Read more

Galvanised coil

It is the process of applying a protective zinc coating to steel to prevent rusting. The most common method is hot-dip galvanising, in which parts are submerged in a bath of molten zinc. Read more

Colour coil - Chromadek ®

It is produced with a zinc coating with a top and backing paint coat available in various colours. Read more



Electrogalvanised coil

Electrogalvanised steel sheet consists of a cold rolled coil substrate coated with zinc by electrolytic deposition on a continuous line. The electrogalvanising process allows accurate control of the thickness of the zinc coating. Read more

Tinplate coil

Tinplate is produced from cold rolled sheet which is electrolytically coated with tin. The tin coating provides corrosion resistance to the steel substrate and benefits the preservation of certain foods. In addition, the surface of tinplate lends itself to printing and silk screening. It is used widely in the packaging industry for cans, can ends, larger containers and a range of closures. Tin coatings of different thicknesses are produced to suit specific requirements. Read more