How Thick is 20 Gauge Steel?


When dealing with sheet metal the higher the gauge the thinner the sheet. Standard 20 gauge steel is 0.0359 inches thick. Galvanized 20 gauge steel is 0.0396.
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There are a couple of different measurements for the thickness of 20 gauge steel. A standard 20 gauge steel is 0.0359 inches. However galvanized steel is 0.0396 inches and aluminum is 0.0320 inches. So they are going to vary slightly.
20 gauge steel, if it is standard will measure .036 inches thick. If you have a galvanized steel then it will measure .040 inches. Aluminum is the thinner counterpart at a mere .032 inches.
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