Indiana Metal has a wide range of steel coil and flat stock, all in different sizes and colors. We can slit coils to the width and lineal footage requirements of our customers using our slitting expertise. Steel flat sheets come in standard sizes of 4’x10′ and custom sizes. To keep our flat material safe throughout shipment and manufacture, we can apply a protective polyvinyl coating. Flat sheets and coils are available for metal roofing facades, ceramic tiles, baseboards, gutters, mansard roofing, gravel stops, and various other odd accent pieces.
Are you looking for Metal Coils but can’t seem to find them?
To get a leg up on the competition, you should maintain a stock of your most vibrant colors in your shop, ready to sell. During this current shortage, steel demand has outstripped supply; as a result, metal coils are becoming extremely rare, and prices are rising. Before the worst of the steel crisis, we brought in large quantities of steel coils to offer our customers. We can offer you lower costs and speedier pick-up or shipment on any standard width and size coil order.
Types of Metal Coils
Painted Metal Coils
We have about a hundred distinct color combinations to choose from. Coils in standard sizes ranging from 1,000 to 1,500 flat feet are available right away.
- Sizes of coils: 20” & 24”
- SMP is the paint finish
- The color pallet is in PVDF/Matte
Paint Prints with a Unique Touch
No other company in the business offers the same color palette or level of paint print authenticity as we do:
- Grey Zinc Colors
- Darkened Steel Colors
- Oxidized Colors
- Copper Colors
We have a variety of finishes to select from if you don’t want painted metal.
- Galvalume and galvanized steel
- Metal with Perforations
- Cold Rolled, Bare
- (Painted/Bonderized) Grip
Painted Metal Roofing Coils
We’re best known for our specialized paint prints rather than the conventional solid colors available almost everywhere else. These are multi-layered colors that give the finished product depth, texture, and a one-of-a-kind look.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Metal Coil
What is the weight of a 24 gauge coil?
One pound per square foot is the weight of a 24 gauge metal coil. The coil width determines the weight of each lineal foot.
- 20″ Each linear foot is worth 1.67 pounds
- 24″ Per linear Foot is worth 2 pounds
Is it preferable to purchase a standard coil?
You save time and money on production when you buy a full coil. It is less expensive to use a coil when it does not need to be cut into different widths.
The cost per square foot will rise by 10 to 25 cents if coils are processed to smaller diameters; thus, the cost of coil processing is at least $250.
If you want to utilize this coil in the future or need the material straight away, we recommend ordering whole coils.
What factors should I consider while selecting the right steel coil size?
We are adaptable and eager to collaborate with you in any way that you see suitable. For example, your salesperson will be able to supply you with a list of available coils in the color that you choose. In addition, our sales team would be happy to help you figure out how many square feet, linear feet, or pounds you’ll need for your project.
Metal coils are available in the following varieties:
- Weight in Pounds
- Dimensions in square feet
Which is better, coil sheets or flat sheets?
Coils play an important role in the production of metal panels.
Metal flat stocks are used in the following applications:
- Projects in architecture
- Flashing and trims
Contact Indiana Metal Today for Coils or Flat Stock
We can handle a wide range of flat-rolled products for you, no matter how big or small your order is. Our business offers a wide range of products, and we take pride in offering on-time delivery to our consumers. We want you to know that the lead time you’ve been promised will be met.
We keep meticulous records to ensure that you receive exactly what you require when you require it.
Our team is committed to providing you with exceptional customer service, whether you are a returning customer or shopping with us for the first time.
Allowing us to understand more about your application will save you both time and money.