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GOLD STAR STEEL 20 FT. PANELS

Strongest Steel Panels in the industry!

Galvanneal Continous Steel Panels 48" X 120"

GALVANNEAL CONTINUOUS PANELS 

5 Bar Horizontal with 6 Bar Vertical -  48"h x 20 ft. w = $95.00 F.O.B

Connectors and clips included. Weight 128 lbs.

6 Bar Horizontal with 6 Bar Vertical -  48"h x 20 ft. w = $105.00 F.O.B.

Connectors and clips included. Weight 142 lbs.

POST

10' Steel 2 7/8" Post / used oil pipe                     = $20.00

10' Steel 3 1/2" Post / used oil pipe                     = $36.00

10' Steel 4 1/2" Post / used oil pipe                     = $48.00

Galvanneal steel clips                                            = $   .75

Our Galvanneal panels are heavier and stronger than any other panel in the industry.  Call and we will explain why.

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We don't purchase recycle Mexico or China steel and you can see why in the photo below.  The top panels in the photo  are recycle Mexico/China steel. 

Most often sold by the Amish welders.

 

Our Galvanneal pipe is made of steel then galvanized coated - 6 vertical on both 5 and 6 bars - inside horizontal 

tubes are welded thicker and consistent  over Mexican or China Tubing.

ASK FOR A SAMPLE AND SEE FOR YOUR SELF! 

 

The bottom panels in the photo is Galavanneal Steel panels.   Galvanneal is purchased from the auto industry to fabricate our continuous steel panels. 

GALVANNEAL IS STRONGER AND HAS A LONGER LIFE! 

The photo below shows the difference between recycled Mexico/China steel vs USA Galvanneal steel.  Galvanneal has qualities the other two don't have.  Visit our plant and compare welds by feeling the inside tubing.  You will see the consistency bead weld.  Click on the link:    Why Galavanneal  
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MADE IN USA STEEL

Do you get what you pay for?

You do get what you pay for and it should be that way. Imagine if you didn't get what you paid for, there would be no way of knowing what the quality of item you are buying. In a capitalist system, the amount that something costs should determine the quality of the product.