At Metals2Go you can easily purchase your mild steel sheets using our easy to navigate website https://metals2go.co.uk/product/mild-steel-sheet/. What’s more, if you order soon you could also benefit from our current sale offer, where we are offering 20% off the normal price. Mild steel sheets are available from Metals2Go in a range of sizes. You can select the thickness as well as the length and width measurements.
In fact, there are 10 different thickness options for mild steel sheets ranging from 0.6mm to 6.0mm. Similarly, you can choose from 6 different length x width measurements from 250mm x 250mm up to 2500mm x 1250mm.
Get your mild steel sheets cut to size
If the size of sheet you require is different from these outside measurements you can also request your mild steel sheets to be cut to size, using our free cutting service. As we now have a state of the art laser cutting machine we are able to provide an intricate cutting service. If your project requires your mild steel sheets to be cut to a particular design, we can cut that for you. Our experienced metal engineers can work to your designs to ensure your sheet metal is delivered to you, ready to use. You can either detail your requirements in the cutting requirements box as you order, or if the design is complex we can work from CAD drawings. Simply make a note in the cutting requirements box that you will email us with your designs. The email address where you need to send your designs is email@example.com.
What’s more, as well as our 20% off mild steel sheets offer, your order could also be delivered free of charge if it is worth over £75.
More information about mild steel sheets
Mild steel sheets can be used in a variety of applications, in particular, domestic appliances and building and construction applications. It is most commonly used for structural projects and will weld well using standard welding techniques. If it is being used for automotive applications it can also be painted so long as it is cleaned first. However, mild steel will rust easily if it is left untreated in an external environment exposed to weather changes. For more detailed information about the hot and cold rolling processes used in producing mild steel see the mild steel page on our website.