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Using the latest computer controlled saws, all of our steel stock can be cut to length whether batch quantities are required or just one off's.

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Comprehensive Stock Range

Comprehensive Stock Range

Our steel stockholding is comprehensive to enable fast turnaround on deliveries when required.

Profiling

Profiling

High quality steel blanks, rings and almost any steel shapes can be plasma cut up to 40mm thick and oxy-propane cut up to 180mm thick.

Sawing

Sawing

Using the latest computer controlled saws, all of our steel stock can be cut to length whether batch quantities are required or just one off's.

Machining

Machining

Using a vertical machining centre, we have the capability to offer a range of expert machining services including drilling, notching, tapping, counter sinking and more.

Delivery

Delivery

Our dedicated transport fleet ensures flexibility to deliver general steels, engineering steels, bright steels, plate, sheet, sectional steel, RHS, CHS and ERW tube when you need it.

latest news from pulmans

15th April 2014

Racking our brains ....

to continually deliver top notch service to you.
Our new cantilever racking boosts our storage facility by 300 locations to store over 1000 tonnes of engineering and bright bar in 6m and 3m lengths.
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10th April 2014

Pulman stole a March

CE Marking for fabricated structural steelwork is mandatory from 1st July.  Businesses who deal in steel in Yorkshire and Lancashire were the lucky ones in a sense, as Pulman Steel, always ahead of the game, held a day of free Seminars to help its clients understand the new rulings full implications.

Ably assisted by CE specialists Keith Harland from Crown Management Systems and with an overview of the welding standard, BS 3834, by John Turner of BNDT, [Bolton Non-Destructive Testing & Inspection Ltd.], the Seminars were attended by nearly 100 interested parties.