What sets RMP apart from competition?

Our dedication to service, our close relationships with our customers, and our people set us apart.  We are your partner and your problem solver.  We help you get things done.  Click here to learn more about us.

What are RMP’s primary products?

Rolled Metal Products has been supplying our customers, large and small, with stainless, aluminum, and specialty metals strip for more than 30 years.  Click here to learn more about our materials.

How does RMP process coil and strip?

We’re experts at precision width slitting, perfect edge conditioning, and high-productivity oscillate winding.  Click here to learn more about our processing capabilities.

How do I request a quote or contact RMP?

You can contact us by live chat on this website, with a friendly phone call, or by sending us a message.  Click here for our phone contact information or click here to request a quote or to send us a message.

How can I get a copy of your ISO certificate?

Each of our locations is certified to the ISO 9001:2015 standard. Click here to download a copy of our Certificates of Registration.

Where is RMP located?

With facilities outside Philadelphia, Nashville, and Chicago, our highly trained team serves companies across North America in industries where quality matters. Click here for more information about our RMP locations.

What are oscillate wound coils? What are the advantages over pancake coils?

An oscillate wound coil (also known as traverse wound) is slit strip layered back and forth on a wider core or reel, like string wound on a fishing reel.  Oscillates can significantly improve your productivity by eliminating up to 90% of coil set-ups compared to pancake coils. Click here to learn more about the benefits of oscillate wound coils.

What is edging and how is it used?

Slit coil typically has sharp edges with a small burr on one side.  Edging removes the sharpness by eliminating the burr or reshaping the contour of the edge of the strip all together.  Edging can improve safe handling of the material by your employees or customers, and it can prevent scratching or scraping with your product.  RMP’s edge quality is second to none. Click here to learn more about the different types of edges available.

Will RMP toll process coils owned by their customers?

Yes, toll processing is an integral part of our overall business strategy.  Click here for more tolling information.

What are the different types of stainless steel?

The primary categories of stainless steel are Austenitic, Ferritic and Martensitic, with varying composition and performance characteristics.  Click here for technical blue sheets with descriptions and attributes of individual materials, and click here for tables with comparative properties.

Does RMP sell tempered stainless steel?

Yes, RMP provides tempered 301, 304 and 316 stainless steel, 1/8 Hard through Full Hard, in a broad range of thicknesses and widths.  Click here to contact us today.

Does RMP stock 18SR material for high heat and electrical resistors applications?

Yes, we are the largest distributor of 18SR in North America. We carry stock in all common gauges for customers whose applications require exceptional resistance to high-temperature scaling and excellent weldability.  Click here to contact us today.

Does RMP stock materials for aluminum and stainless spiral duct applications?

Yes, we stock a wide range of standard sizes for spiral duct applications. Click here for a list of sizes and current pricing.

What does PIW mean and how do I calculate PIW?

PIW is Pounds per Inch of Width for a coil.  Click here for our interactive coil calculator to help you better understand coil dimensions and weights.

What is a stainless steel surcharge?

The purpose of the surcharge is to offset the rapidly fluctuating costs of raw materials that are included in each individual alloy. The surcharge is an additional charge, usually per pound, that is added to the base price. Click here for a more detailed explanation.