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Aluminized Steel Service Centers

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  • Skokie, IL 847-966-3000

    Block Steel Corp. is the country's largest distributors of aluminized steel. ISO/TS 16949 Certified, Block Steel Corp. is a 165,000 sq. ft. service center with a 25,000 ton inventory. Block uses state-of-the-art processing equipment and has been satisfying its customers with superior quality and service for over 60 years. Contact Block Steel today for a fast response to your needs.

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  • Hixson, TN 800-487-6382

    Southern Tool Steel is a distributor specializing in high carbon steel, alloy steel, nickel alloy steel, steel tubing, steel wire and stainless steel. We provide custom-made steel products to fit the needs of any application. Our full-service steel service center can do it all!

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  • West Bloomfield, MI 248-855-9100

    Rapid Metals, LLC is a full service steel distributor based in West Bloomfield, MI. We have been in business since 2004, and through our strategic alliances throughout the Eastern half of the country and Canada, we offer slitting, blanking, pickling, cold reduction, edge conditioning, temper passing and other forms of processing to our customers.

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  • Langhorne, PA 804-957-5900

    Our aluminized steel at Infra-Metals Co. is hot dipped coated on both sides with aluminum-silicon alloy. This product assures a metallurgical bond between the steel sheet and the aluminum coating. Aluminized steel offers protection against corrosion and keeps the properties of the base material steel offers for temperatures lower than 800 degrees C. Call us today for more information!

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  • Cicero, IL 708-656-5500

    Our systems and processes are focused on satisfying the unique needs of every customer. Procedures, training, management of the work force, information systems, processing equipment, and communication with the customer are all focused on meeting the goal of exceeding our customer’s needs.

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Aluminized Steel

Aluminized steel is steel that has been hot dip-coated with an aluminum silicon alloy. This cost-saving procedure is used in the construction, automotive, electronics, shipbuilding, aerospace and many other industries. Aluminization of steel results in higher qualities of heat-reflectivity and corrosion resistance in the presence of heat.

Aluminized steel is prized in applications in which both the surface qualities of aluminum and the strength and durability of steel are required in the same materials. Aluminized steel is commonly sold by steel service centers, which are facilities that purchase manufactured steel and resell the steel after processing it. Aluminized steel is a unique material, as neither steel nor aluminum alone has both of these characteristics. Because it is highly corrosion-resistant and conductive, aluminized steel is an ideal metal for electrical chassis applications. Water heater components, fireplace components, engine parts, furnace parts, oven components, roofing and siding material, air conditioner housings, agricultural containers, mining equipment and a long list of other products are commonly manufactured and fabricated using aluminized steel. Aluminized steel can be created in many shapes: tubing, sheets, plates, rods and bars are just a few examples. Just like other steel varieties, aluminized steel can be rolled, welded and fastened without the need for special treatment.

To produce aluminized steel, a bond between the steel and the aluminum coating is formed, resulting in a product that has the strength and low cost of steel with the soft and smooth surface of aluminum. The silicon is used to help form a strong bond. Aluminized steel is produced in two grades. Grade One has a silicon-aluminum alloy coating. Because it can withstand extremely high temperatures of heat and oxidation, Grade One is used mainly in applications in which the material will be exposed to heat and corrosive agents. Grade Two, in contrast, has a pure Aluminum coating and is used in applications in which atmospheric condition-induced corrosion is a concern. The American Society for Testing and Materials standards require that aluminized steel be sold with an oil coating unless a special order requires some other finish. However, many manufacturers of aluminized steel produce hexchromated finishes for marketing purposes. Because of the great diversity of contexts in which aluminized steel is employed, different aluminized steel producers adhere to different standards and produce steel products with a wide range of features.
Aluminized Steel
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Aluminized Steel – Block Steel Corp.
Aluminized Steel – Block Steel Corp.
Aluminized Steel – Block Steel Corp.
Aluminized Steel
Aluminized Steel
Aluminized Steel
Aluminized Steel – Block Steel Corp.
Aluminized Steel – Block Steel Corp.
Aluminized Steel – Block Steel Corp.