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Steel products for sale online in Zambia

A hard and tough metal made by treating iron with great heat and mixing carbon with it
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Zambezi Steel
Zambezi Steel
Steel supply
Steel Square Tubes image
$7.83
A square & hollow tube with a durable smooth surface & rounded corners. It can be used for construction, indoors & outdoor work, and other various jobs.
Zambezi Steel
Zambezi Steel
Steel supply
Steel round Tubes image
$0.82
A hollow yet durable circular tube used for indoor & outdoor construction, in stairways, railings & various applications across numerous kinds of buildings
Zambezi Steel
Zambezi Steel
Steel supply
Hot Rolled Steel Sheets image
$55.16
Select high-quality hot-rolled steel sheets and use them in the construction of flashing & gutters. An essential building material for homes and buildings.
Zambezi Steel
Zambezi Steel
Steel supply
Steel Angle Iron  image
$8.75
Build quality structures with this high-grade metal formed into an L-shape bend. Ideal for repairs, fencing, shelving & bracing of steel structures.
Zambezi Steel
Zambezi Steel
Steel supply
Cold Rolled Steel  Sheets image
$18.68
Cooled & annealed/tempered steel Sheets. Ideal for projects where tolerances, surface condition, concentricity, and straightness are the major factors.
Zambezi Steel
Zambezi Steel
Steel supply
Steel Rectangular Tubes image
$12.70
A rectangular steel tube that is a hollow yet durable material, with a smooth surface finish that is often used in construction, indoors & outdoor project
Zambezi Steel
Zambezi Steel
Steel supply
Steel Channel Iron  - S355jr image
$38.18
Rolled steel iron bar featuring a C or U shape. The channel shapes make it ideal for various uses, including structural a& and manufacturing applications.
Zambezi Steel
Zambezi Steel
Roofing materials
Steel  Self- Drilling Roof Screws  image
$0.12
Save time & be more productive. By using sharp self-drilling screws, there will be no need to create pilot holes when fastening roofing sheets to lumber.
Zambezi Steel
Zambezi Steel
Steel supply
Steel Conforce Roll image
$234.46
A general-purpose reinforced steel mesh used for a wide range of applications including driveway, house slabs and commercial/industrial applications.
Zambezi Steel
Zambezi Steel
Steel supply
Steel Commercial Quality Flat Bars image
$8.49
Commercial Quality Steel that's have been roll-pressed at very high temperatures making it easier to form and resulting in steel that is easy to work with
Zambezi Steel
Zambezi Steel
Steel supply
Steel Binding Wire  image
$103.73
Formed from annealed mild steel and used in the construction sector for tying the rebars at the junctions/joints so as to keep the structure intact.
Zambezi Steel
Zambezi Steel
Steel supply
Galvanized Steel Sheets image
$30.34
Construct with steel sheets that have undergone galvanization & proven to last longer when used for outdoor applications.
Zambezi Steel
Zambezi Steel
Steel supply
Steel Lipped Channel  image
$49.91
Steel Lipped Channel
Steel
Zambezi Steel
Often being referred to as purlins, lip channels are predominantly used as a structural component and essential for erecting or constructing buildings and structures.
Zambezi Steel
Zambezi Steel
Steel supply
Steel Reinforcing Bars image
$4.66
Build with strength in mind. High-quality steel bars (rebar) are used in reinforced concrete and stone structures to strengthen and hold the concrete.
Zambezi Steel
Zambezi Steel
Steel supply
Steel round Bars  image
$2.04
Steel round bars can be used in a variety of engineering projects, be it automotive, textile, fabrication, construction, cement, shipbuilding, & many more.

Steel

A hard and tough metal made by treating iron with great heat and mixing carbon with it

Steel is a large family of metals that are made by mixing iron with carbon and other elements such as chromium. It is described as mild, medium- or high-carbon steel according to the percentage of carbon it contains. It is widely used in building construction as well as in the manufacture of cars, machines, electrical appliances, tools as well as weapons. In this marketplace, you will discover a wide variety of steel products including racking systems, door frames, tubing, wires and cables, coils, plates, water tanks, steel bends, pipes, bars, channels, columns and beams. Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon containing less than 2% carbon and 1% manganese and small amounts of silicon, phosphorus, sulphur and oxygen. Steel is the world's most important engineering and construction material.

As steel is an alloy, it is not a pure element and is, as a direct result, not actually a metal. Instead, it is actually a variant of a metal. Although steel is composed of iron – which is a metal – the non-metal carbon within its chemical make-up means that it is not a pure metal, so it cannot be classed as one

Because of its high tensile strength and low cost, steel is used in buildings, infrastructure, tools, ships, trains, cars, machines, electrical appliances, weapons, and rockets.

The top steel producing countries are China, Japan, India, US, Russia, South Korea, Germany, Brazil, Turkey, and Ukraine.

Because steel is a mixture of iron and carbon, it will definitely rust. What differentiates steel and stainless steel is the element chromium — chromium forms a shield against rusting, which makes stainless steel more corrosion-resistant. The more chromium content, the better

Impact strength determines how much energy a metal can absorb through impact without shattering or fracturing. Tungsten, which is Swedish for "heavy stone," is the strongest metal in the world. It was identified as a new element in 1781.

While steel is technically an alloy rather than a metal, it is the strongest alloy currently available. Researchers are attempting to create stronger combinations of elements, but for now, steel mixed with a few other elements is considered the strongest.

While steel is technically an alloy rather than a metal, it is the strongest alloy currently available. Researchers are attempting to create stronger combinations of elements, but for now, steel mixed with a few other elements is considered the strongest.

Four Types of Steel

  • Carbon Steels. Carbon steels only contain trace amounts of elements besides carbon and iron.
  • Alloy Steels. Alloy steels are created by adding additional alloying elements like nickel, copper, chromium, and/or aluminum.
  • Stainless Steels.
  • Tool Steels.

Steel has a number of properties, including: hardness, toughness, tensile strength, yield strength, elongation, fatigue strength, corrosion, plasticity, malleability and creep.

Construction industry is the largest consumer, accounting for approximately 50% of total world steel consumption. Transport sector (cars, trucks, aviation, shipbuilding, and rail) is the second. The machinery industry and metal products industry each consume around 14% of the world's steel.

The U.S. steel industry is vital to both economic competitiveness and national security. Steel is the backbone of bridges, skyscrapers, railroads, automobiles, and appliances.

Steel has a unique combination of properties that make it an ideal building material.

  • Steel's advantages in construction include speed, safety, optimal cost, reliability, light weight and design adaptability.
  • Quality and speed.
  • Strength and safety.
  • Economic efficiency.
  • Flexibility and expressiveness.