While it isn't difficult to find stockists of 070M20 mild steel, it can be much tougher to find a supplier of such steel that caters for all the obvious priorities that many customers like our own have. These include being able to access the broadest range of sizes which, thanks to our extensive processing facilities, can be cut to size quickly and accurately.
Parkside Steel certainly ticks these, and many more boxes. Our range of black carbon and alloy steel rounds encompasses not only 070M20 EN3B steel, but also such sought-after options as S355J2, 080M40 EN8, 655M13 EN36B and 817M40T EN24T, in all manner of sizes. People make us their choice of 070M20 stockists in part due to our ability to offer this popular, commercial quality mild steel in diameters ranging from 80mm to 300mm.
This combines with such more general benefits as our highly responsive and professional customer service, as well as - of course - the most competitive prices. Our company has been catering for British needs for steel since 1978, and we have since become known for our exceptional level of flexibility and industry knowhow.
Furthermore, customers can be assured of the quality of our steel by our certification from the British Standards Institution (BSI), which indicates that we use only reputable mills, in addition to making all of our material traceable. We know that if you don't believe in the quality of the steels across our considerable range, you won't trust us as your 070M20 stockists, either.
070M20, for those who are unaware, is a mild steel that balances strength, toughness, ductility and weldability, making it a sound choice of steel for forming and machining. These properties have long lent it to such commercial applications as bolts and connecting rods, axles, machinery parts, motor, hydraulic and pump shafts. This steel's low carbon content, however, makes it unsuitable for flame or induction hardening.
As the UK's premier 070M20 stockists, Parkside Steel offers this in-demand steel in bright and black rounds along with squares and flats, as part of a comprehensive wider range of bright and black carbons and alloys. When you require the highest standard of 070M20 or other steels such as cast iron, ground steel, bright carbon steel, mild steel or key steel, we will work hard to meet your most demanding requirements.