Gibbs Canada

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Located in Brampton, Ontario, Canada, our facility provides strip and wire products throughout Canada. We stock a vast inventory of wire and strip for many industries including; spring, automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical, oil & gas, chemical processing, pulp/paper, and more. Our materials include stainless steel, carbon, specialty metals, and red metals. We provide precision slitting capabilities for light gauge strip as thin as .002″ and as narrow as .024″.  We can provide exceptionally tight tolerances, as well as, a variety of edges and winding options.

Round Wire


  • Min 0.005 in / .127 mm
  • Max 0.625 in / 15.875 mm


Carbon Steel:

Music Wire, Phosphate Coated Music Wire, Corrostan Music Wire, Preco Z Music Wire, Preco N Music Wire, OTMB Spring Wire Class I, OTMB Spring Wire Class II, OT Chrome Vanadium CQ, OT Chrome Vanadium VQ, OT Chrome Silicon CQ, OT Chrom Silicon VQ, Hard Drawn MB Spring Wire, Galvanized Hard Drawn MB Spring Wire Class I

Stainless Steel:

302, 302 Nickel Coated, 316, 17-7PH, 17-7PH Nickel Coated

Specialty Metals:

Inconel X750 Spring Wire, Inconel 600 Spring Wire

Red Metals:

Phos Bronze Spring Wire






Strip Coil


  • Min     0.0020 in /  0.0508 mm
  • Max    0.062 in / 1.575 mm


  • Min  0.024 in / 0 .6096 mm
  • Max    24 in / 609.6 mm

Gibbs can precision slit light gauge coil/foil to exceptionally narrow widths, to 0.024″/0.6096mm.

Contact Sales for specific tolerances on your thickness/width strip request.


Stainless Steel Strip:

201, 301, 301 high yield, 302, 304, 304L, 305, 316, 316L, 316Ti, 17-7 PH, 420

Carbon Steel Strip:

1008, 1050, 1060, 1070, 1074, 1075, 1095

Specialty Metal Strip:

Inconel® 600, Inconel® 625, X750, 800H, Ti Grade 2, Hastelloy® B3, Incoloy® 825, Duplex 2205, Alloy 20

Red Metals Strip:

Phosphor Bronze, Beryllium Copper

250 Chrysler Drive Unit 1
Brampton, Ontario
Canada L6S 6B6
Toll Free: 1.800.387.2441
Phone: 905.791.6811
Fax: 905.791.9588

Laser In-Line Welding for Stainless Steel Strip & Slit Coil

Laser In-Line Welding for Stainless Steel Strip & Slit Coil


As we continue to increase manufacturing automation, the demand for larger and longer running stainless steel slit coils and spools is a common requirement.  To produce these larger traverse or ribbon wound coils during the slitting process, the strip is welded end to end.  This lengthening, allows the coil to run without continual supervision for longer periods of time.

Not all welds are equal and a poor weld can create havoc in the manufacturing process.  A quality weld is uniform, consistent, smooth, and includes no burn-out on the edges of the strip.

Image of a good Weld:


Whether our customers require functional welds that become part of their shipped product, or a flagged weld, that is removed during processing, the Gibbs proprietary laser welding process provides trouble-free, longer running, stainless steel strip coils.

Our highly acclaimed ability to provide a repeatable functional weld on extremely light-gauge material is an additional capability our customers find indispensable in their manufacturing processes.

Our processes and skilled operators, establish a standard of service that build long lasting partnerships. Each detail of our processes add value to our product and differentiates us from our competition.

Gibbs’ dedication to the quality and effectiveness of our in-line welding is part of our world-class mission.

Contact us for more information on how Gibbs can provide you higher quality, longer running, stainless steel strip coil.

Gibbs Mission Statement

Our goal at Gibbs is to be the highest quality supplier of specialty steel products in the marketplace. We will realize this goal through use of a Continuous Improvement Plan, Employee Education, Training & a company-wide Commitment to Excellence.

The management of Gibbs recognizes that its people are the key to establishing error-free production. By promoting teamwork and providing the tools to achieve top performance, Gibbs strives to meet and surpass our customers’ requirements the first time, every time.

Gibbs Edging and Skiving

The Gibbs Edge… Better springs and longer lasting parts start with high quality edging!

Edge defects can contribute to lower spring cycle life, fatigue issues, and early part failure.  Not all skived edges are equal.  Gibbs understands why the edge matters to the performance of your products and has developed a proprietary process to ensure a superior edge.  Gibbs works diligently to provide a consistent and clean edge in order to prevent stress risers which contribute to lowering the cycle life of the spring.

Highly acclaimed for our ability to provide a superior skived, square, or round edge on material as light as 0.0025”, Gibbs continually strives to further improve our process.  Edging is a combination of art, science, and the right equipment. Our technicians have decades of experience and metal working mastery that, when combined with our meticulously maintained dies and equipment, produce a repeatable and superior high quality edge, on time, every time.

Gibbs can provide a #1 round edge, # 5 square or deburred edge, in addition to, the standard #3 slit edge.

We are happy to work with customers on special edging requirement