Heavy steel plates from Leeco Steel are used in a range of applications across several industries. Large fabrications and weldments using heavy steel plates are found in construction, production, processing, mining, and crane equipment. The energy industry also is a major user of heavy plates, including petrochem, oil and gas, and wind-energy applications. Leeco Steel’s Heavy Plate Division concentrates on products three inches and more in thickness across all grades.
Leeco Steel is an industry leader in heavy steel plate, and has the inventory, cutting capabilities, sourcing and testing options necessary to serve its customers. From time to time, tests such as Charpy V-notch, Ultrasonic Testing, or other industry-specific tests are required. Leeco Steel can order the customer’s steel with these specifications, or have them tested using local laboratories rapidly and efficiently.
Leeco Steel’s Heavy Plate Division has the industry knowledge that benefits customers so as to develop a true partnership for success.
Heavy Steel Plates
A36 - The uses for A36 plate are wide-ranging in numerous industries.
A572 - A572 is used in a range of structural applications including buildings, bridges, construction equipment and more.
A516 - A516 steel plate is carbon steel with specifications for moderate or lower temperature service and pressure vessel plates.
A514 - A514 is used where a machinable, weldable, very high strength steel is necessary to save weight or meet critical strength requirements.
A709 - A709 steel plate is mainly used in the manufacturing of bridges.
C1020 - C1020 is structural quality carbon steel plate.
A829/4140 - 4140 and 4130 can be used for a wide range of applications where greater wear resistance and toughness are desirable over lower carbon grades.