HSLA Steel – High Strength Low Alloy

Masteel’s range of high strength low alloy (HSLA) steels is engineered to promote excellent high yield characteristics which, in turn, offer an economical option for buyers. In several cases, the use of HSLA steel will minimize the volume of material needed in a project without affecting the quality and safety of the installation by allowing the customer to reduce the material thickness.


Masteel’s products have high strength, excellent formability, and excellent impact resistance. Masteel is capable of providing high strength steel with a tensile strength of up to 1300 MPa (see section on high yield steel). Masteel’s stock range is available in heavy sheets and plates.

Masteel HSLA Steel Products

Masteel UK Limited offers a wide range of high strength low alloy steel products which are available for shipping to its customers all across the world. These products include:

  • High yield steel
  • Armor plate steel
  • Abrasion resistant steel

Abrasion Resistant Steel

Masteel supplies a range of high strength wear resistant steels of varying Brinell Hardness which can enhance the product life up to five times more than using standard structural steel products.

Armor Plate Steel

Armor plate steels are engineered specifically to give protection against explosive blasts and ballistic projectiles. They are widely used in the production of armored door/window frames, walls, and vehicles.

High Yield Steel

Quench and tempered structural steel finds use in a range of applications, including the production of steel framed buildings, heavy industrial cranes, and heavy transport.


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