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Masteel has a wide range of carbon steel plate products to suit a variety of industries and applications.

Pressure Vessel Steel

Our pressure vessel steel is of Western European origin which is the steel of choice for the world’s boiler & pressure vessel fabricators.

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Composite Clad Plates

Clad steel plate offers a low cost and highly effective solution in industrial sectors such as construction, shipbuilding and the manufacture of certain types of industrial tanks including pressure vessels.

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High Strength Low Alloy (HSLA) Steel

Our products not only offer high strength but also excellent impact resistance with excellent formability.

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Chrome Molybdenum Steel

Chrome Molybdenum steel plate (often referred to as Chrome Moly) is used in the oil and gas industry, the nuclear industry and fossil fuel power stations.

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HIC Resistant Steel

MASTERHIC is Masteel UK Limited’s designation for HIC Steel for fine grain pressure vessels, offering specific and superior properties for sour gas application.

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Weathering Steel

Also referred to as Atmospheric Corrosion Resistant Steel, this product is a highly effective material used in structures exposed to the elements.

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Miilux® Screening Solutions

Masteel has partnered with Miilux® to provide the highest quality steel for our customers.

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Structural Steel

Masteel UK Limited supplies high quality structural steel grade carbon steel plates to a variety of global industries.

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Pipes & Tubulars

Masteel are leading supplier of tubular steel, hollow sections, steel pipes and solid round bar products in carbon, alloy and stainless steel.

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Stainless Steel

Stainless steel plate is often referred to as “corrosion-resistant steel” – it does not stain, corrode or rust as easily as normal carbon steel.

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Steel Sections

Masteel is a leading supplier of structural steel sections to many locations throughout the world, supplying a wide range of steel products.

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Heat Resistant Steel

Such steel is generally used in applications where resistance to increased temperatures are critical. The steel is hard wearing and offers a resistance to large variations in temperature.

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