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Various Structural Steel Shapes

A-36 Steel Channel
Crest Steel Employee

Structural steel channel is used for a number of applications, including large vehicle chassis, semi truck trailers, building fabrication, rack manufacturing, and more. Crest Steel maintains a deep inventory of steel channel to accommodate the needs of even the largest projects. We stock standard structural steel shapes from qualified mills throughout the world.

Crest Steel carries structural steel channel in everything from the smallest to the largest sizes and everything in between. We stock bar size steel channel to meet the requirements of any small-scale project in addition to our inventory of standard sizes. We also specialize in extremely heavy sizes—we have structural steel channel in sizes as large as C15x40x40 available in stock, and even larger sizes can be sourced upon request.

Our inventory includes standard steel shapes in a variety of grades, including the most common, A-36 channel. Other grades are readily available as well, including A-529 Grade 50 and other popular grades. If Crest Steel doesn't have the size or grade of structural steel channel that you need in stock, we'll find it for you. Our "will call" system allows customers to pick up their structural steel orders directly from one of our locations to save time and shipping costs.

Crest Steel can also perform a number of value-added processing services to further increase the value of our service. If your project requires less than full bundle quantities, we will break bundles, enabling you to purchase only the amount of channel you actually need. We can also cut steel channel to length in bundles, or trim cut pieces individually to match your exacting tolerances. Crest Steel can also process structural steel channel through our automated drill line to add precisely spaced holes as needed. We can also galvanize and roll steel channel to meet the requirements of your project.

Contact Crest Steel today to receive a custom quote for your structural steel channel project.