Metal angles are a common product most often used for structural and practical use cases. The most common metals used for angle products include steel, aluminum, and brass. At Polished Metals, our versatile metal finishing capabilities extend to a full selection of metal angles across a broad range of metal types. With our renowned attention to detail, decades of experience, and well-equipped in-house facility, we’re the go-to supplier for polished metal products of all shapes and sizes.

See below for our angle sizing options across various metal types.

Available Sizes

Metal Min. Gauge Max. Gauge Min. Leg Max. Leg Mill Length
Architectural Bronze 0.062 0.250 0.375 2.50 12′ or 16′
Brass 0.062 0.250 0.375 2.50 12′ or 16′
Stainless Steel 0.062 0.250 0.500 8.00 20′-24′
Aluminum 0.125 0.375 0.500 4.00 16′ or 25′
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What Is Metal Angle?

Metal angle is a type of metal product (often structural) comprising two legs that form a 90-degree angle at the point where they meet. Angles may feature legs of the same length or may form more of an L shape depending on the particular needs of a given product.

Metal angle is a widely used and versatile product across industries including architecture, construction and engineering, and interior design. 

Available Metals

As this product is highly versatile and commonly used, there are many types of metal used for fabrication and production of metal angles. Some of our most commonly used metals include:

  • Stainless Steel – Reliable, widely available, and incredibly strong, finished stainless steel may be the most commonly selected metal for angles and related shapes. Stainless steel angles are widely used for structural purposes, including as braces, trim, and to build metal framework. 
  • Aluminum – Aluminum is highly malleable, making it ideal for many shaped metal products. This extends to angles, as despite its flexibility aluminum is still quite strong and resistant to many types of damage and corrosion. Aluminum angles are particularly common for projects where maintaining a low structural weight is key.
  • Architectural BronzeArchitectural bronze (or 385 brass) is ideal for many architecture and design applications due to its distinctive appearance. Bronze angles of this type are more often used for decoration and ornamentation, but architectural bronze is still strong enough to be used for structural supports.

Industries Served

At Polished Metals, we produce metal angles that feature prominently in projects across many industries, including:

Architecture and Design

The architecture and design industry frequently uses metal angles for structural supports, as well as for decorative features such as door and window trim. Depending on the metal used, this product may see use both indoors and outdoors. 

Elevators and Escalators

Within the interior design space, metal angles may be used for detailing, trim, and for other elevator and escalator components.

Trucking, Transportation, and Automobiles

Angles are one of many metal products used in the trucking and transportation industry. Vehicle frames commonly make use of products including square bars, angles, channels, and tubes.

Reach Out to Polished Metals Today!

At Polished Metals, our team has worked tirelessly to be the industry’s best in metal polishing and finishing. Our 50,000 square foot metal finishing facility and expansive inventory of metal products equips us to handle even the largest metal finishing projects. With decades of experience, our team takes pride in maintaining superior quality from the first product we produce to the very last.

Whether you’d like to order from our listed stock sizes and finishes or if you have questions about custom metal finishing, reach out to our team today.