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A572 steel is a high-strength, low-alloy structural steel commonly used in construction and engineering applications. It is known for its excellent strength-to-weight ratio, making it ideal for heavy-duty structures such as bridges, buildings, and machinery. A572 steel is produced with a combination of elements that enhance its mechanical properties, including carbon, manganese, phosphorus, sulfur, silicon, and small amounts of alloying elements such as vanadium and columbium. This steel grade offers exceptional weldability and toughness, allowing for efficient fabrication and reliable performance in demanding environments. Its versatility, durability, and cost-effectiveness have contributed to its widespread use in various industries where strength and structural integrity are paramount. A572 is available in 5 grade variations that yield points ranges from 42 to 65 ksi.

Chemical Properties

Mechanical Properties

A572 Steel is available for supply on following forms;


  • Plates

  • Bars

  • Structural Shapes

  • Channels

  • I Beams

  • Angles

  • Wide Flange Beams

  • Sheets Pilings

A572 grade steel plates and coils

Cross Reference of Equivalent Grades

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