Steel Plate

At Loveman Steel, our focus is to provide exceptional customer service, ensuring that you get the products you want, when you want them. We reinvest in our staff, facilities and equipment to yield unmatched quality and response times. Our highly experienced staff is acutely knowledgeable of steel markets.

We stock a vast variety of steel plate and source steel worldwide, providing you with premium products and services, and fulfilling all of your steel requirements. Contact us by email for inquiries regarding Steel Sales

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SA-516 Grade 60 and 70 Normalized Plate
.375” to 14” thick x 96” to 120” wide x 300” to 480” long

SA-516 Grade 70 As Rolled Plate
.1875” to 1.50” thick x 96” wide x 480” long .1875” to 1.50” thick x 120” wide x 480” long .375” to 1.25” thick x 144” wide x 480” long

SA-516 Grade 70 Normalized & Charpy Tested
.375” to 4” thick x 96” to 120” wide x 170” to 480” long

SA-285 Grade C 
.1875” to 2” thick

A36 / Mild Steel
.1875” to 20” thick

304/304L & 316/316L (Stainless)
.1875” to 3” thick

A572 High Strength / Low Alloy
.1875” to 6” thick

A588 High Strength / Low Alloy
.1875” to 4” thick

A514 High Yield Strength
.25” to 6” thick

A517 High Yield Pressure Vessel
.25” to 6”

A612 Pressure Vessel / Low Temperature
.1875” to 1” thick

AR200 to AR500 Formable
.25” to 4”


NON-STANDARD AND HARD-TO-FIND PRODUCTS

Nickel & Cobalt Alloys: These materials are designed to provide unique strength and/or corrosion properties at elevated temperatures. Major attributes include properties such as high strength, high creep resistance, resistance to softening, or resistance to metals loss at high temperature from oxidation, sulfidation, or carburization. Nickel content ranges from approximately 25% to 60%, with critical amounts of chromium, molybdenum, columbium and titanium.

Titanium: The combination of high strength-to-weight ratio, excellent mechanical properties, and corrosion resistance makes titanium the best material choice for many critical applications. Today, titanium alloys are used for demanding applications such as static and rotating gas turbine engine components. Some of the most critical and highly-stressed civilian and military airframe parts are made of these alloys.

Stainless Steel: Grades of steel with more than 10% chromium and often with other alloying elements to resist corrosion, vary strength characteristics, and facilitate fabrication into parts.