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Victoria Steel & Supply

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|Construction|Donna, Texas 78537

2401 N. FM 493, Donna, Texas 78537

(956) 464-4419

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Specialties Family owned and operated since 1976, excellent customer service, your leading local RGV Steel provider for over 40 years.

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Anonymous on Facebook

5 days ago

11/14/2019, 00:22 AM
Why hire pro steel fabricators? Because we know welding or grinding can sometimes reduce the corrosion resistance of stainless steel. We also know how to prep, clean and retreat the surface to restore the naturally rust-resistant layer.
Anonymous on Facebook

6 days ago

11/12/2019, 21:07 PM
The Bronze Age eventually gave way to the Iron Age even though bronze is traditionally harder that wrought iron. The transition happened because iron was easier to find and process.
Anonymous on Facebook

12 days ago

11/07/2019, 03:25 AM
If you need a piece of customized metal fabrication cut to highly accurate specifications, and you are on a tight budget, a flame cut piece may be the perfect option. Flame cutting is one of the most inexpensive cutting methods which can be used to create accurate metal designs.
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Anonymous on Facebook

14 days ago

11/05/2019, 10:09 AM
Are razor blades made with stainless steel? If you guessed yes, you're right. Here are some of the many other products also produced using stainless: cookware, sinks, surgical instruments and automobile exhaust systems.
Anonymous on Facebook

19 days ago

10/31/2019, 06:33 AM
When fatigue is an issue, and the steel needs to go through a punching process, the holes are punched under the required size (according to design specifications). They are then later reamed to the correct diameter.
Anonymous on Facebook

21 days ago

10/29/2019, 04:10 AM
Austenitic steel has two common grades: Type 304 and 316. Their popularity rests in their ability to resist corrosion. The difference between the two is that Type 316 has molybdenum added for even greater protection against degradation.
Anonymous on Facebook

a month ago

10/24/2019, 07:15 AM
The foundry industry has played an important role in the history of American progress, invention, and innovation. The art of making castings is quite old, however, non-ferrous castings have been part of nearly every new technological development since the industrial revolution.
Anonymous on Facebook

a month ago

10/22/2019, 04:24 AM
When it comes to metal rolling, there are several different processes used. Hot rolling is used for sheet metal and steel, whereas non-ferrous metal structures are typically rolled cold.
Anonymous on Facebook

a month ago

10/17/2019, 05:07 AM
In industrial settings, zinc metals are used mostly as coating for steel and iron to prevent rusting via a process called galvanization. Interestingly, galvanization dates back for centuries. There is actually a collection of armor from India on display at the Royal Armories of Great Britain from 1680 that was galvanized by dipping in molten zinc.
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