How Thick is 11 Gauge Steel?


Standard 11 gauge steel is 0.1196 inches or 3.03784 millimeters thick. Galvanized 11 gauges steel is 0.1233 inches or 3.13182 millimeters thick.
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11 gauge steel, if standard steel will measure in at .12 inches thick. If you steel is galvanized than it will be .12 inches thick. The higher the gauge goes for steel, the thinner the sheet will be.
Standard steel at an 11 gauge will measure .12 inches thick. If you are using a galvanized steel be aware it is a little thicker than the standard at .123 inches. Ironically, the higher the gauge the thinner a sheet will be.
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