Hot Dipped Galvannealed Steel Sheet
Hot dipped galvannealed steel is a resilient, corrosion-resistant option for applications subjected to harsh conditions. It is produced by inserting galvanized sheet steel into an induction annealing furnace, causing the iron and zinc layers to disseminate into one another, forming zinc-iron alloys at the surface. The coating is hard and brittle, with a matte appearance.
Hot dipped galvannealed steel sheet has a number of benefits, including: corrosion resistance, excellent surface appearance, formability, paintability and weldability.
Steel Processing Services
As a full-service steel and hot dipped galvannealed steel sheet distributor, we also offer a variety of value-added services to adapt our steel to meet your specifications.
- High strength low alloy grade 45-80
- Low carbon steels
- Drawing Steels
- Structural grade steels grade 33-36
- Material Thickness: .012” - 1”
- Material Width: 2” to 96”
- Loop-slitting, cut-to-length, pickling, temper passing, stretch leveling, coating, painting and other processes.
Your Trusted Steel Service Center Since 1950
Advance Steel Co. was founded in 1950. Although times have changed and we have grown, our core principles remain the same.
Relationships, commitment, market knowledge, trust and a passion to "hit the ground running" are the cornerstones that have enabled our company to stay a fixture in the US flat rolled market for over 60 years.