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CAPABILITIES

STATEMENT

TW Metals Government Business Unit is a distributor of metals CONTACT


products and a provider of logistics solutions. The company is INFORMATION
a wholly-owned subsidiary of O’Neal Steel, the largest family-
GBU Headquarters:
owned, full-line metals service center in the United States.
235 Tubeway Drive
Carol Stream, IL 60188
GOVERNMENT EXPERIENCE been awarded several long term metals
Phone: 800.474.1530
contracts by DLA Troop Support.
Through integrated suppliers, Fax: 888.219.2648
TW Metals Government Business TW Metals actively supports small E-mail: gbu@twmetals.com
Unit (GBU) has served as a supplier business and pursues mentor/ Web: www.twmetals.com
to the U.S. Department of Defense protégé relationships. Cage Code: 8V607
since 1998, and currently offers Duns #085866580
vendor delivery to more than AREAS OF EXPERTISE
500 DOD customers and their From locations throughout the Awarded by DLA Troop
allied partners nationally and United States and around the world, Support, Philadelphia:
internationally. TW Metals is TW Metals distributes and supports N
 ortheast Metals
a large business. aluminum, stainless, alloy, nickel Prime Vendor
Our experience includes: and red metals products from the
 IDIQ Aluminum Sheet
following categories:
 U.S. Army depots  IDIQ Carbon Bar
 U.S. Navy shipyards  Coil  Tubing
 IDIQ Stainless
 U.S. Air Force bases  Sheet  Pipe
Sheet, Plate and
 Military proving grounds  Rod  Specialty products Long Products
 Arsenals  Bar  Extrusions
Awards:
 Wire  Forgings
We have a staff that is fully dedicated L
 etterkenny Army
to serving the War Fighter, and have Depot 2011 "Supplier
of the Year" Award
North American Industry Federal Supply Classification (FSC) D
 CMA Approved
Classification System (NAICS) 4710 – Pipe, Tube and Rigid Tubing
"Mentor/Protégé"
331111 – Iron and Steel Mills 4720 – Hose and Flexible Tubing
Agreement
4730 – Hose, Pipe, Tube, Lubrication, and
331210 – Iron and Steel Pipe and Tube
Railing Fittings
Manufacturing from Purchased Steel
331221 – Rolled Steel Shape Manufacturing
9505 – Wire, Nonelectrical QUALITY
9510 – Bars and Rods
332112 – Nonferrous Forging CERTIFICATIONS
9515 – Plate, Sheet, Strip, Foil, and Leaf
332312 – Fabricated Structural Metal Manufacturing 9520 – Structural Shapes We are registered in
334419 – Other Electronic Component Manufacturing 9525 – Wire, Nonelectrical, Nonferrous Base Metal SAM (System for
423510 – M etal Service Centers and Other Metal 9530 – Bars and Rods, Nonferrous Base Metal Award Management)
Merchant Wholesalers 9535 – Plate, Sheet, Strip, and Foil; ISO9001:2008, QSLD
444190 – Other Building Material Dealers Nonferrous Base Metal approved, and AS9100.
454111 – Electronic Shopping 9540 – Structural Shapes Nonferrous Base Metal

Global inventory supported by our fellow O'Neal Steel companies:


 FRACTION & DECIMAL EQUIVALENTS  Copper &
 Tubular Rod Brass  Aluminum  Stainless
1/64 = .0156 33/64 = .5156
Birmingman American or Brown & Nickel
1/32 = .0312 17/32 = .5312
 Gauge or Stubs Brown & Sharp Sharp U.S. Standard
3/64 = .0469 35/64 = .5469
1/16 = .0625 9/16 = .5625 0 .340 .3249 .3249 —
5/64 = .0781 37/64 = .5781 1 .300 .2893 .2893 —
3/32 = .0937 19/32 = .5937 2 .284 .2576 .2576 —
7/64 = .1094 39/64 = .6094 3 .259 .2294 .2294 .2391
1/8 = .1250 5/8 = .6250 4 .238 .2043 .2043 .2242
9/64 = .1406 41/64 = .6406 5 .220 .1819 .1819 .2092
5/32 = .1562 21/32 = .6562 6 .203 .1620 .1620 .1943
11/64 = .1719 43/64 = .6719 7 .180 .1443 .1443 .1793
3/16 = .1875 11/16 = .6875 8 .165 .1285 .1285 .1644
13/64 = .2031 45/64 = .7031 9 .148 .1144 .1144 .1495
7/32 = .2187 23/32 = .7187 10 .134 .1019 .1019 .1345
15/64 = .2344 47/64 = .7344 11 .120 .0907 .0907 .1196
1/4 = .2500 3/4 = .7500 12 .109 .0808 .0808 .1046
17/64 = .2656 49/64 = .7656 13 .095 .0720 .0720 .0897
9/32 = .2812 25/32 = .7812 14 .083 .0641 .0641 .0747
19/64 = .2969 51/64 = .7969 15 .072 .0571 .0571 .0673
5/16 = .3125 13/16 = .8125 16 .065 .0508 .0508 .0598
21/64 = .3281 53/64 = .8281 17 .058 .0453 .0453 .0538
11/32 = .3437 27/32 = .8437 18 .049 .0403 .0403 .0478
23/64 = .3594 55/64 = .8594 19 .042 .0359 .0359 .0418
3/8 = .3750 7/8 = .8750 20 .035 .0320 .0320 .0359
25/64 = .3906 57/64 = .8906 21 .032 .0285 .0285 .0329
13/32 = .4062 29/32 = .9062 22 .028 .0253 .0253 .0299
27/64 = .4219 59/64 = .9219 23 .025 .0226 .0226 .0269
7/16 = .4375 15/16 = .9375 24 .022 .0201 .0201 .0239
29/64 = .4531 61/64 = .9531 25 .020 .0179 .0179 .0209
15/32 = .4687 31/32 = .9687 26 .018 .0159 .0159 .0179
31/64 = .4844 63/64 = .9844 27 .016 .0142 .0142 .0164
1/2 = .5000 1 = 1.0000 28 .014 .0126 .0126 .0149
29 .013 .0113 .0113 .0135
30 .012 .0100 .0100 .0120
31 .010 .0089 .0089 .0105
 WEIGHT FORMULAS
Round Rod: Square of diameter x 9.42 x density alloy (lbs. per cubic inch) = wt per lineal foot in lbs.
Square Bar: Square of one side x 12 x density of alloy (lbs. per cubic inch) = wt per lineal foot in lbs.
 DENSITIES OF METALS
Hexagon Rod: Square of distance across flats x 10.4 x density of alloy (lbs. per cubic inch) = wt per (pounds per cubic inch)
lineal foot in lbs.
Alum 0.100
Rectangular Bar: Thickness x width x 12 x density of alloy (lbs. per cubic inch) = wt per lineal foot in lbs.
Brass 0.306
Round Tube: Outside diameter minus wall thickness x wall thickness x density of alloys (lbs. per cubic Copper 0.322
inch) x 37.7 = wt per lineal foot in lbs.
Iron 0.284
Square Tube: 1.27 x the wt of a round tube of the same wall thickness, and of diameter equal to the
Naval Brass 0.304
distance across the flats of the square tube = wt per lineal foot.
Nickel 0.322
Sheets: Thickness x 144 x density of alloy (lbs. per cubic inch) = weight per square foot in lbs.
Stainless Steel 0.290
Circles: Square of diameter x thickness x 0.785 x density of alloy (lbs. per cubic inch) = wt of circle
Steel 0.284
Rings: Outside diameter plus inside diameter x outside diameter minus inside diameter x thickness x
.0785 x density of alloy (lbs per cubic inch) = wt of ring in lbs.
*Pounds per Inch Width of Coil = Wt of Coil / Width of Coil