Galvanized Sheet Metal

Galvanized sheet metal and plate are regularly used in applications where corrosion resistance is necessary. Flat galvanized sheet and plate are easy to drill, form and weld. They also provide a lifespan of 20 years or more, depending on the application. Additionally, galvanized sheet and plate offer a long service life at moderate temperatures. Diagram that shows how to measure metal
       
 
         T = Thickness
         W = Width
          L = Length

Read more about galvanized sheet metal below!
 

Galvanized Steel Sheet & Plate Advantages


With seven locations throughout California and Arizona and the ability to ship throughout California, Arizona, and Nevada, IMS is a full-service metal supplier that understands what you need. Our galvanized product inventories are available in various sizes, heights, and thicknesses to meet your application requirements. To provide the highest quality service in the industry, we offer the following advantages:
  • Same day will-call pick up
  • Next day local delivery
  • Excellent high volume discount pricing
  • Custom cut to size metal production
  • ISO 9001 certified
  • Open to the public

Understanding the Galvanization Process

Galvanization is a manufacturing process that utilizes zinc to coat a flat piece of metal, resulting in galvanized steel sheet or galvanized steel plate. The galvanization process is commonly applied using a hot-dip method that protects and prevents corrosion and rusting. The galvanized zinc outer layer protects the substrate metal by acting as a barrier to corrosive elements; the outer zinc coating sacrifices itself to protect the inner steel, resulting in a long-lasting and high-quality steel product.

Galvanized Steel Sheet & Plate Applications

Galvanized steel sheet and plate are used in numerous types of industrial applications, including:
  • Lighting fixtures
  • Building panels
  • Roofing
  • Wall panels

Galvanized Sheet & Plate Size Options

Industrial Metal Supply stocks the galvanized steel plate and sheet you need. We offer high-quality steel galvanized products in a range of standard thicknesses and lengths to provide you with a product that meets your specific requirements. Galvanized sheet metal width and length options include:
Width
  • 36”
  • 48”
  • 60”
Length
  • 96”
  • 120”
  • 144”

Galvanized Sheet Metal Gauge & Metal Thickness

Gauge is used to measure sheet metal thickness. A smaller gauge number reflects a thicker sheet metal— standard gauge numbers for steel range from 7 through 28. Regardless of your fabrication needs, the importance of choosing the correct metal gauge for your application cannot be overlooked. Choosing a gauge that is thicker and more resistant to fabrication can adversely affect your projects.

Galvanized Steel vs Stainless Steel

Stainless steel offers increased strength and corrosion resistance for projects that require increased elemental protection. However, galvanized steel is the option of choice for applications that require increased ductility and ease of use.
For more information regarding galvanized steel, refer to our blog post regarding the differences between steel sheet and steel plate products

Galvanized Steel Plate & Sheet Conversions Calculators

Check out our handy converter and conversions calculators. Our converters and weight calculators allow you to side-step traditional by-hand conversions and input your exact criteria into one of our simple-to-use converters.

Upload Competitor Pricing Quotes

IMS allows you to upload competitor pricing directly through our checkout and shipping portal. Upload your competitor pricing, and we’ll strive to match or beat their pricing and lead times.

Order Galvanized Sheet Metal & Plate Today

Industrial Metal Supply stocks a wide range of galvanized sheet and plate sizes for your specific project needs. We offer quick delivery throughout the Southwest region, including California, Arizona, and Nevada. Contact us today to discuss galvanized steel sheet and plate for your project needs.

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