Clad Plate

BMA Metals Group offers Clad Plate in a variety of materials and alloys that combine dissimilar metals that provide excellent corrosion resistance, strength, and lower cost. Our Clad Plate is manufactured using the Roll Bonded Process which takes different layered metals and uses the standard Hot Rolling process to metallurgically bond the material together. The result is a Clad Plate that offers many of the same advantages that a single solid alloy plate does. Our manufacturing source carries a healthy inventory of A-285 Grade C and A-516 Grade 70 carbon steel with specialties including, Stainless to Carbon, Nickel to Carbon, and Nickel Alloy to Carbon Steel Clad Plate. In addition we offer our customers many other combinations based on specific requirements for specialty applications. From one piece to several, let us help you on your next Clad Plate requirement - contact BMA today.

  • Alloys
  • Applications
  • Capabilities
  • Value Added Services

Clad Plate Alloys

  • Stainless Steel: 304L, 316L, 317L, 321, 347, 405S, 410S, 904l, 2205, AI6XN
  • Nickel: Nickel 200, Nickel 201
  • Nickel Alloy: *Monel 400, C276, *Inconel, 600/625/825/686, +C22, +Carpenter, 20

Other alloys available at customer request.
*Trademark Inco Alloys International. +Trademark of Cartech Inc.

Clad Plate Applications

  • Tank or Pressure Vessel Fabrication
  • Chemical and Petrochemical Processing
  • Air and Gas Production
  • Power Plant
  • Industrial Scrubber

Clad Plate Capabilities

  • Thickness: 3/16" to 1.5"
  • Widths: 6" to 110"
  • Length: up to 300"
  • Percent/Clad: 5% to 40%
  • Weight: up to 8000 lb

Clad Plate Value Added Services

  • Ultrasonic Testing
  • Surface Polishing: #3 #4 polish
  • Normalizing
  • Annealing (soloution)
Save Metal Price History Today’s Metal Values > Nickel: $10.38 Copper: $4.16 Cobalt: $17.50 Zinc: $1.03 Chromium: $1.21