Steel Angle Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of steel angle manufacturers and suppliers. Find steel angle companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture steel angles to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top steel angle manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the steel angle companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of brass angles, large steel angles, and rolling steel angles of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Skokie, IL

    When it comes to metal fabrication, Samson Roll Formed Products has your answer. For the various parts you may need including steel angles, they are there for you. No matter the metal, size or shape, they offer many parts, as well as custom options, allowing this friendly and well-trained staff to be prepared to get you the products you need at a reasonable price.

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  • Berkeley, IL

    Our steel angles are just one type of angle that we are able to provide you. We provide them at a low cost to you using faster production and a quick turnaround time. Our steel angles may also be used as rails, posts, frames, supports, hangers, reinforcements, flanges, collars and more. Visit our website to check out our extensive library on information on all of our angles to learn more.

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  • Elkhart, IN

    United Roll Forming is dedicated to putting the customer first. They offer a wide range of services, custom orders, and even provide free quotes. With their state-of-the-art machines, they can form metal into any size or shape to suite your need. Producing steel angles and countless other products is not a problem when it comes to United Roll Forming.

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  • Louisville, KY

    We offer a broad variety of steel angles. Our steel angles maximize the strength of the alloy and they are one of the most requested roll formed products. We are able to keep the cost on these low due to our strategic buying tactics. A few of the types of steel angles we offer are hot rolled steel, cold rolled steel, stainless steel and galvanized steel. You can find those and more on our website when you come visit. Contact us today to learn more!

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  • Ixonia, WI

    ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer offering the capability to custom roll form a broad range of custom angles and related profiles. Parts are run in gauges from 0.005" to 0.165" and widths up to 48" on 35 lines. In-line punching may reduce secondary operations and enhance your product. Economical production lots typically begin around 5,000 lineal feet. For more information on our products, give us a call today! May we partner with you to ensure you stay on the leading edge of innovation?

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  • Racine, WI

    For over 15 years, Premier Products of Racine has been providing innovative solutions for our customers with state-of-the-art technology. We manufacture our products using all types of steel, and we maintain precision cross-sectional tolerances of ±.003", angular dimensional tolerances of ±.25° or better, with straightness and twist both accurate to less than ±.015". Contact us today to learn more about our capabilities.

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  • Athens, TN

    Founded in 1945, Mills Products is an ISO 9001 certified highly respected component manufacturer. We are well-known for our appliance handles and oven window assemblies. Utilizing cutting-edge technology, we manufacture a variety of roll formed, hydroformed, die case and stamped parts into complex assemblies. We even offer the capabilities to produce custom styling for unique applications.

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Steel Smuggling Ruining Steel Angle Market

Steel Angles When I think of the steel industry, I do not associate it with illegal activities and high-crime, yet that is the case for some steel factories around the world. Right now, the steel angles market is facing trouble due to the smuggling of steel angle products into the market and across borders. Some steel angle manufacturers estimate that about 50 percent of the steel angles market is eaten up by smugglers and sub-par products. Over 600 tons of uncertified and counterfeit steel products were uncovered by the PNP... Read More

4 Types of Aluminum Angles

Steel Angles Aluminum angles are a sharp angle made from aluminum metal. The angle itself varies on the type of bend created by the manufacturer. Each type of metal bend has its own uses in a variety of industries, including construction, automotive manufacturing, and parts manufacturing. Most aluminum angles are named after letters, while a few others have a different naming system based on their finished shape. The following is a list of some of the most common forms of angles made from aluminum: U Channels: This channel has an... Read More

Finding High Quality Steel Angles

Did you know that not all angled steel products qualify as an official steel angle? Not every steel manufacturer is capable of producing certified steel angle products. This is a concern for many companies that manufacturer frames, rails, braces, building supports, truck beds, racks, and other products that require the use of a steel angle in the design of the product. Before a steel shape can be considered an official angle it has to conform to a variety of certifications. The tolerance of the metal and the dimensions must qualify... Read More

IQS Newsroom Featured Profile: Johnson Bros. Metal Forming Co.

Hard work and dedication are what set the foundation for Johnson Brothers Metal Forming Company and their place in the roll forming industry. Although they started as a garage company with a single machine by a pair of brothers, Edwin and Harold, they have grown to a company with over twenty roll forming machines and a staff of over forty employees that has been able to deliver products to every state in the continental United States as well as Canada, Mexico and parts of Europe. When it comes to roll... Read More

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Steel Angles

Steel angles are shapes formed by a bend in a single piece of steel or the intersection of two pieces of steel. An aluminum angle can in theory measure anywhere between 0 and 180 degrees, though in practice most steel angles measure near 90 degrees. Angled metal shapes are widely used in many industrial, commercial and consumer contexts. For lighter-duty, less demanding applications, aluminum angles are less expensive than steel and can be just as effective.

For demanding applications, steel is the suitable angle construction material. Residential, commercial and industrial construction projects all make use of steel angles in varying configurations and sizes. They are used to support shelving, they can be used as floor and doorway trim and they can be used in weatherproofing. Trailers used to transport recreational vehicles like boats and off-road-vehicles often make use of steel angles. In less conspicuous contexts steel angles can be key parts of many kinds of machinery and equipment. Desks, workbenches, table saws, bleachers, carts and many other commercial, industrial and consumer utilities have steel angles built-in.

The uses of steel angles may vary widely, but all steel angles resemble each other in terms of their construction. A steel angle can be formed by bending one piece of steel or by joining two pieces of steel at an angle. There are many processes by which a steel angle can be produced. In the case of the conjunction of two steel pieces, an angle can be formed by welding the two parts or by connecting them with fasteners. In the case of bending single steel pieces to form an angle, roll forming is a common production method. Roll forming of steel angles is a fairly simple process; a roll former, which is a long machine that consists of a series of precisely positioned rollers, can produce dozens of feet of angled steel every minute. The process begins with a supply of steel strip material (the material is usually coiled together to allow for easy feeding into the roll former) which is fed into the first rollers in the series. These rollers fit tightly around the contours of the strip. As the series progresses, the rollers’ configurations change, which causes the shape of the strip to change. By the end of the process, the steel takes its angled shape, at which point it can be cut and made ready for shipping.

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Steel Angles - M.P. Metal Products, Inc.
Steel Angles - M.P. Metal Products, Inc.