Corey Steel Company

Corey Steel Company

Mailing Address:2800 South 61st Court, Cicero, Illinois 60804-3091

Phone:(708) 735-8000, (800) 323-2750,
Fax: (708) 735-8100                

Email: info@coreysteel.com

Inside Sales: Lyle Bluhm, LBluhm@coreysteel.com

Website: coreysteel.com

Corey Steel Company has been meeting the increasingly complex needs of our customers for over 80 years. We are a world-wide leader in the manufacture of cold finished steel bars. We also offer a wide range of aluminum and copper bar, rod and wire products. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities enable us to meet the increasingly complex needs of today’s users of cold finished steel bar. Please visit our website to find out more about our people, history, capabilities and current inventory.

Products:

Cold Finished Bars - rounds to 4.000”, hexes up to 3.000” and squares up to 2.000”. We can also supply bars with any combination of value-added services including: turned, ground and polished. We also offer inline or offline eddy current testing
Materials: Carbon steel grades: 10XX, 11XX, 11LXX, 15XX; Free Machining grades: 12XX, 12LXX, LEDLOY®, Grade AX, 12L14+ TE, Incut®200, Incut®100 (1214SA); Alloy Grades: 86XX, 86LXX, 41XX, 41LXX, 43XX (LEDLOY® and Incut® are trademarks of Arcelormittal) Please visit coreysteel.com for further sawcutting, chamfering and burnishing capabilities and tolerances. You will also find other materials we stock in aluminum bar (rounds and hexes) rod and wire, aluminum pipe and tube, aluminum hollows and brass round hex and square bars.
Applications: Due to the manufacturing process, cold drawn steel bars have improved tolerances, mechanical properties, surface condition and machinability over hot rolled bars. As a result, cold drawn steel bars are ideally suited for screw machine parts, fasteners, motor shafts, hand tools, bearings, hydraulic hose fittings, gear box components, piston pins, disc brake systems, passenger airbags, ABS brake systems and many other automotive applications. Other applications include: fittings, couplings, electrical connectors, shafts of all sizes and materials, hydraulic jacks, charge cases, bearings, musical instruments, garage door openers, lock nuts, ball joints, diesel injectors and hydraulic controls.

We sell our products to customers in a broad variety of industries – automotive, hydraulic, fluid power, farm equipment, construction, appliance, electrical, oil and gas, to name a few. Because we are also one of the leading providers to the precision machined products industry, our bars reach an even wider array of users in the form of a myriad of component parts.

Some of the end uses for our steel, brass and aluminum bars include: