Steel and Alloy Plate Flattening, Straightening, and Cutting Services

The Halvorsen Company provides carbon steel, stainless steel, alloy and nickel alloy plate flattening, straightening, cutting and custom metal fabrication services.  We are a leading metal and plate steel fabrication company based in Cleveland, Ohio. What separates us from other fabricating companies is our ability to work with large components. With our 2000 ton x 30’ press brake, we can bend, form, flatten and straighten carbon and alloy plates to 8” thick.

To talk to us about our steel plate flattening, straightening and cutting services, or to get a quote, call 1-800-423-7080 and ask for Justin Frick or a Sales Engineer or email

We are one of the most respected suppliers of steel and alloy heavy plate flattening, straightening and cutting services in the Midwestern United States. Our steel fabrication company can provide heavy plate flattening and straightening services to 2000 tons. Our steel plate flattening, cutting and machining services follow ASTM (ASTM International, formerly known as the American Society for Testing and Materials) guidelines and standards. Our heavy duty equipment and manufacturing experience are just two reasons why our customers choose us to process their heavy steel plate. We also specialize in rolling, forming, bending, and heat treating steel to very precise specifications.

Since 1955, our steel fabrication business has specialized in fabricating heavy steel components, CNC machining of heavy steel parts, hot rolled steel plate, rolling customized heavy walled plate cylinders and press brake flattening of steel plate from 1/2″ thick to 8″ thick. Our skilled craftsmen are specialists in heavy steel forming, press brake forming, angle & channel bending, metal shearing, CNC plasma cutting, welding and laser cutting.

We flatten, straighten and cut a variety of steel plate types and grades. The expertise we provide at our fabricating facility in Cleveland, Ohio includes working with carbon, stainless steel, alloy steel, high-nickel alloy, HSLA, PVQ steel plate, military grade steel plate (MIL-SPEC) and abrasion resistant (400 & 500 Bhn) plate.

Steel and alloy plate that we flatten, straighten and cut is used in a variety of products, equipment and applications including:

  • Fired and Unfired ASME Code Pressure Vessel Components
  • Boiler Components
  • Rings
  • Gear Blanks
  • Process Tanks
  • Storage Tanks
  • Steam Drums
  • Heavy Weldments
  • Flash and Blowdown Tanks
  • Ladles
  • Platework
  • Custom Heat Exchangers
  • Steel Shells
  • Ammonia Tanks
  • Cones
  • Cylinders
  • Furnaces
  • Steel Casings
  • Cylindrical Shapes
  • Deaerators
  • Heavy Wall Large Pipe and Piping
  • Other heavy industry and steel industry components and products.

Plate Straightening Capabilities:

  • Machine Capacity to 2000 Tons
  • Length Capacity to 30′
  • “Cold” and “Hot” Forming
  • Cones and Transitions
  • Plate Straightening
  • Capacity to Form Material to 8″ Thick

Steel Plate, Alloy Plate, Metal and Other Materials Flattened, Straightened and Cut:

  • Pressure Vessel Quality Carbon Steel
  • Chrome Moly Steels 4140, 4150 and 4340
  • Abrasion Resistant (Hardox, Lukens AR, Astralloy)
  • 11-14% Hadfield Manganese
  • 300 and 400 Series Stainless Steel
  • High Nickel Alloys Including 600, 601, 617, 625, 825 and 800H
  • Aluminum
  • Copper

Our engineers work with CAD programs to read your company’s drawing data to prepare CAD files for plate cutting, straightening and cutting for our machines and equipment. Our tables have an effective cutting area of 12′ by 50′. We use oxyfuel and plasma cutting techniques to cut, burn, shear and bevel ferrous and non-ferrous steel and alloy plate.

To get pricing on steel and alloy plate flattening, straightening, cutting and custom metal fabricating services, to submit a design or CAD drawing, request a quote or submit an RFQ, ask a sales engineer a question, discuss your current project, place a fabrication order or to schedule a tour of our facilities, please call 1-800-423-7080 and ask for Justin Frick or a Sales Engineer or email