What Is Sheet Metal?
Sheet metal is a highly functional material that is ideal for use in multiple applications. Any metal with a thickness of .05 – 6 millimeters gets classified as sheet metal.
Plates and sheet metal are very similar. The most significant difference in these products is the thickness of the metal. In engineering and manufacturing, gauges and mils get used most often to determine the overall thickness.
Gauges measure the thickness of the product, based on the weight per square foot. The higher the gauge, the thinner the sheet metal.
J.E. Johnson can customize sheet metal to meet your individual needs. Sheet metal in standard measurements and thicknesses provide sheet metal follow strict specifications, and professional welding services offer a workaround for more extensive sheet size requirements.
Whether you know what exact sheet metal configuration you need or need assistance with planning and blueprints for your facility, our technicians are available to help. We make every effort to optimize your layout to minimize scrap and keep costs as competitive as possible.
Sheet Metal Services
Sheet metal services are among our specialties at J.E. Johnson. Our over 40,000 square foot facility, furnished with leading-edge technology and equipment, and our skilled metal fabrication technicians are proud to customize beautiful and functional sheet metal products.
At J.E. Johnson, we provide a full range of sheet metal services to meet your specific requirements:
- Sheet metal bending
- Sheet metal curling
- Sheet metal rolling
- Sheet metal punching
- Sheet metal decambering
- Press brake forming
- Deep drawing
- Sheet metal wheeling
- Sheet metal expanding
- Incremental sheet forming
- Laser cutting
- Photochemical machining
Whether you’re retrofitting or starting a project that requires sheet metal for a “ground up” project, you can rely on our services for whatever you need. We uphold the highest standards so that you can build with confidence.
Choose J.E. Johnson
Our team of professional sheet metal specialists, pipefitters, and welders follow all procedures as per Section IX of the ASME and meet the requirements of ASME B31.1 Power Piping and B31.3 sheet metal codes. With on-site AWS Certified Welding Inspectors, we maintain the highest quality of all sheet metal processed and fabricated at our facility. We strive to deliver an excellent end product to all of our clients.
J.E. Johnson provides customized sheet metal solutions for manufacturing, automotive, healthcare, construction, architecture, and various other industries that require sheet metal for their applications. Our team is available to help with everything from the project inception to completion. When you choose J.E. Jognsom for your sheet metal and fabrication needs, you reap the benefits of streamlining the project.
With a focus on customer satisfaction, Jim Johnson founded J.E. Johnson in 1979 and has proudly served clients throughout the tri-state area ever since opening day. Headquartered in Midland, Michigan, we’ve dedicated ourselves to providing exceptional products, local employment opportunities, and value to our customers.
If you have more questions about our sheet metal or other services, please contact us today to talk with a representative.