Strips are long plates cut from metal sheet. DIN EN 10079 defines strips as hot-rolled or cold-rolled flat products that are wound into a coil immediately after rolling or after pickling or annealing.

Our hot-rolled strip portfolio ranges from structural steel and boilerplate to wear-resistant steel, high-strength steel and higher-strength steel.

UnionStahl specialises in the distribution of hot-rolled strips. In addition to steel sheets, our customers can purchase flame-cut parts (cut using oxy-fuel, plasma or laser) up to finished machined components ready for installation.


Our product range and delivery programme

With this extensive delivery programme of hot-rolled strip and the flame-cutting and machining options, we are a reliable supplier for the steel construction, tank construction, apparatus engineering, railway engineering, mechanical engineering, construction machinery, crane construction and agricultural machinery sectors.

The maximum thickness for strips is 20 mm.

The deviation limits and geometric tolerances for hot-rolled strip are defined in DIN EN 10051.

Strips are made of non-alloy and alloy steels.

Hot-rolled strip and heavy plates are our speciality!



  • Mechanical and plant engineering
  • Shipbuilding
  • Pipeline construction
  • Manhole covers
  • Laboratory equipment
  • Roof coverings

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Did you know: Strip steelor cold rolled strip is a steel product that is produced from a hot rolled strip. The coil is then reduced by a single stand cold roll steel mill straight away or reversing mill or in a tandem mill consisting of several single stands in a series. The strip is reduced to approximately final thickness by cold-rolling directly, or with the inclusion of an annealing operation at some intermediate thickness to facilitate further cold reduction or to obtain mechanical properties desired in the finished product