PRODUCTS AVAILABLE FROM THE REAL WROUGHT IRON COMPANY
The sections shown are indicative of rolled sections which are supplied in imperial sizes, but by no means all that are available in puddled wrought iron. Please contact us to discuss any special requirements you might have.
Rolled wrought iron available in:
Round Bar 1/4" to 2" Diameter
Square Bar 3/8" to 2"
Flat Bar 1/4" to 3"
Puddled Plate 3/32" - 1/2"
Other sections not shown on the list may be produced by rolling, if in sufficient quantity, or by forging in smaller quantities. We are able to provide sizes larger than those shown, up to a maximum of about 4" square, round or flat, or in exceptional circumstances even larger. There is generally a restriction on the available lengths of these larger sections.
We roll plate from 3/32" to 2" thick. The maximum standard sheet width is 16" however we can go wider in certain circumstances so contact us to discuss your requirements. For more information on rolling plate iron click in the menu on the left.
MOULDINGS & SPECIAL SECTIONS
By forging, we can produce mouldings to your pattern. A tooling charge is generally applicable to these special sections. For more information on Special Sections click in the menu on the left.
Special forgings in puddled wrought iron are possible up to a maximum weight of about 100lbs. Or in exceptional circumstances even larger. For more information on forgings click in the menu on the left.
Charcoal iron is more typical of pre -19th century irons, or what has come to be known as Swedish Iron. It is available by special request, particularly in sheet form, which lends itself admirably to repousee work. For more information on charcoal iron click in the menu on the left.
We usually hold certain sizes of handrail in stock, others are rolled to order and might incurr a tooling charge. Certain sections of rolled, moulded handrail sections are available only in mild steel. Please ask for further information. For more information on Handrail click in the menu on the left.
We sell wrought iron in imperial sizes (feet and inches) in order that it will fully match historic ironwork. For those of you that are too young to remember or have not used the system an explanation is outlined below -
1000mm = 39.36 inches
25.4mm= 1 inch
12 inches = 1 foot
Glossary: inch, in (abbreviation)," (also means inch) inches (plural) Foot, ft (abbreviation), '(also means foot), feet (plural).