Shim Steel

In engineering, a shim is a thin piece of material, used to fill small gaps or spaces between objects.

Shims are typically used in order to support, adjust for better fit, or provide a level surface. Shims may also be used as spacers to fill gaps between parts subject to wear. Hardened spring steel is very suitable for shims subject to wear.

BSS can manufacture laser cut shims to a drawing or a sample, and we also stock packs of stainless shims in seven common thicknesses from 0.05mm to 0.5mm, and supply shim material in larger sheets or coils. 

Our range of stainless shims are manufactured from the highest quality 301 stainless shim steel strip.  Alternative grades can be supplied if required.

301 Stainless Steel Shim Packs

Available to dispatch immediately

Sheffield Shims are grade 301 stainless steel shims, supplied with radiused corners for safe handling in assorted packs of seven commonly used thicknesses. 

Our Sheffield Shims range is ideal for all engineering applications – including outdoor use, and where the shim is in contact with liquids including corrosive substances. 

Grade 301 is an austenitic stainless steel offering resistence to rusting in adverse conditions.

Sheffield Shims are supplied in assorted packs, available for immediate dispatch. 

Each shim pack costs 80.00 GBP ex Vat. with FREE UK SHIPPING.  For international shipping rates please telephone.  

Call 0114 244 0527 to order today. 

 

Shims manufactured to order

As well as supplying 301 stainless shim packs, BSS can also manufacture 301 shims in custom sizes and CS4 hard rolled  shims from 0.05mm through to 1.50mm thickness. We can supply any quantity from a single 1 metre sheet. 

We can also laser cut shims to  suit your exact requirements. To enquire please send a drawing or DXF file to sales@steelstrip.co.uk