Whatever steel products you may be interested in, Steelforce is uniquely positioned to source them for you. We have long-standing relations with the best mills in all the main steel production markets.
From raw materials to a finished product, from commercial or structural quality to the highest grades.
Forged in the continuous casting process, billets are used to produce rebars, wire rods and small structural bars.
Like billets, blooms are a product of the continuous casting process. However, they tend to have a larger square cross-section.
Reinforcing steel bars (rebars, plain or deformed)
These steel bars are used as a tension device in reinforced concrete and reinforced masonry.
Coiled bars of up to 18.5mm in diameter, used mainly in the production of wire.
This type of bar is used in construction and structural applications. Their shape varies from angles, flats and rounds to T-shaped bars, etc.
Steel beams are created to support heavy loads in the construction of structures and buildings. They come in various shapes, such as I, U, H, etc.
Profiles are steel products which have been rolled, drawn or pressed into shapes with a cross-section that is constant over the entire length. Profiles can also be produced in aluminum or stainless steel.
Long hollow tubes, either welded or seamless. Can be produced in various shapes (e.g. round, square or rectangular) or according to certain specifications (e.g. with a galvanized coating, etc.)
Semi-finished product with a rectangular cross-section, used as a starting material for the production of flat material.
Thick rolled heavy plates.
Hot rolled steel
Steel roll-pressed at a high temperature (usually above 900C) through a series of rollers to achieve its finished dimensions. Can be supplied in coils, cut sheets and rolled plates.
Cold rolled steel
Hot rolled steel coils that are further processed via cold rolling at a lower temperature for improved dimensional tolerance and surface qualities. Can be produced in coils and cut sheets.
Cold rolled steel on which a protective coating is applied using various methods and materials. The coating can consist of zinc aluminum, paint, ... or a combination of all of these.
ETP + TFS
Cold rolled steel that is further processed and coated with a thin layer of tin or chromium. Used in the production of food cans, crown caps, aerosols and general line applications.
Produced in ingots, coils and sheets with a much lower density, making it lighter than steel and highly resistant to corrosion.
Steel that contains at least 10.5% chromium, less than 1.2% carbon and other alloying elements, with strong anti-corrosive properties.
Various iron-based alloys with a high proportion of one or multiple other elements, such as Manganese (Mn), Aluminum (Ai) or Silicon
Direct Reduced Iron (DRI)
Also called sponge iron, is created by the direct reduction of iron ore and takes the form of lumps, pellets or fines. It is used in the steel making process via induction and the electric arc furnace.
Recycled steel, generally segregated by composition and size or ‘grade’.