At Summit Steel, we specialize in metal contract manufacturing, including a variety of stainless steel fabrication services.

The metal you choose for your fabrication projects matters, as the material will affect your product’s hardness, finish and other properties. Fabricating products from stainless steel has several advantages. Stainless steel contains chromium, which gives the alloy its corrosion resistance. This quality makes stainless steel a popular choice for companies that handle home appliances, technical equipment and heavy industry components. Stainless steel is easy to clean and compatible with a variety of finishes.

Fabricators can bend and form stainless steel into nearly any shape, giving it applications in countless industries. Heat resistance and an incredible strength-to-weight ratio also add to the appeal of this material, and its clean appearance makes it attractive for both indoor and outdoor use.

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Our Services

Our team offers various services that complement our custom stainless steel fabrication capabilities. Summit Steel is an ISO-9001-certified company. Those standards ensure the quality of the metal we manufacture as well as our fabrication processes. The number of stainless steel fabrication services that the expert team at Summit Steel can provide gives our clients an advantage.

Summit Steel’s in-house services include the following:

Our comprehensive services let us serve clients in diverse industries, including construction, aerospace, defense, alternative energy and food processing. As certain fabrication projects benefit from using different materials, we also frequently work with carbon steel and aluminum. We can handle requests for more specialized metals like brass and titanium as well.

Stainless Steel or Carbon Steel?

There are specific instances in which carbon steel is a better material than stainless steel. Carbon steel exists in numerous types, though we use the following most frequently:

  • Hot-rolled steel
  • Cold-rolled steel
  • Hot-rolled, pickled and oiled (HRPO) steel
  • High-strength, low-alloy (HSLA) steel

Each form has its own chemical and material properties. Carbon steel is a low-cost solution for applications with lower strength requirements, though it should only be used in non-corrosive environments unless given a protective coating. Clients who need us to fabricate large industrial objects like railroad ties or various forms of sheet metal often choose carbon steel for their operations.

Check out our industry page for more information about our fabrication projects for existing clients in various industries. Our team can discuss your company’s needs with you to provide an expert recommendation on the best metal to fit your needs.

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