Durbar / Tread Plate


Checker plate is a flat metal sheet that has raised diamonds on one face, this is to improve grip and reduce accidents. Checker plate is also known as tread plate, Durbar floor plate, diamond plate or Positive Grip Pattern (PGP) floor plate. The plate has a flat alternate face for securing to other surfaces. -->

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C101 has high ductility and impact strength, it also benefits from being highly conductive of heat and electricity. C101 offers good to high corrosion resistance in most environments and is excellent for soldering. It is non-magnetic, resistant to bio-fouling and machines well. Copper has excellent electrical conductivity and a very high thermal conductivity too. -->




Distinctively yellow in colour, brass is an alloy produced from the combination of zinc and copper. CZ108 is one of the most popular sheet and plate grades due to its hot and cold working capabilities. CZ108 is referred to as a basic brass containing 37% zinc, it is a high purity cold forming brass -->




Typically used for applications where it won’t be exposed to moisture and appearance is unimportant, Zintec is cold rolled, mild steel sheet which has been first electrolytically cleaned and then pickled to give it a clean, smooth oxide free surface. It is then coated with a uniform, electrolytic deposit of zinc or a zinc-nickel -->




Widely used in applications where rust resistance is required, galvanised steel sheet can be identified by the crystallisation pattern on the surface (sometimes  referred to as a “spangle”). Our galvanised mild steel sheets, also known as plate, have been hot dip galvanised in a zinc coating which provides a tough and abrasion and corrosion -->




In its pure form, aluminium is easily worked and possesses a high level of corrosion resistance but its low strength reduces the applications for which it is suitable. When alloyed, however, aluminium becomes an extremely versatile and widely used material, improved strength, corrosion resistance, ductility, workability, weldability and machinability are all possible. We laser -->


Stainless Steel


We offer stainless steel laser cutting of various grades in thicknesses from 0.5mm -20mm. Stainless Steels contain 10–20% chromium as their alloying element and are valued for their high corrosion resistance. These steels are commonly used in medical equipment, piping, cutting tools, and food processing equipment. Stainless steel -->

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Mild Steel


We laser cut steel sheet in thicknesses between 0.7mm and 25mm Steel is made up of carbon and iron, with much more iron than carbon. It contains a low amount of carbon making it very strong, with a high resistance to breakage. Mild steel, as opposed to higher carbon steels, is quite malleable, even -->

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