First let's look at angle steel first. The angle iron is also called angle steel, which is a strip-shaped steel that is perpendicular to each other at a 90-degree angle. Angle iron is divided into two types: angle steel and unequal angle steel. The two sides of the equiangular steel are the same width. Angle steel is widely used in various building structures and engineering structures, such as house beams, bridges, transmission towers, lifting and transportation machinery, ships, industrial furnaces, reaction towers and container frames.
Of course, there is also an I-beam. The h-shaped steel, also known as the steel beam (English name I Beam), is a long steel with a h-shaped cross section. The t-shaped steel flange is gradually thinned from the root to the side, and has an angle. The t-shaped steel section is subjected to straight pressure and strong tensile strength, but the section size wing is too narrow and is not easy to twist.
Then there is the channel steel. The channel steel is a long steel material with a groove shape in section. The specifications are expressed in millimeters of waist height (h) × foot width ( b) × waist thickness ( d ), such as 100×50×8, indicating channel steel with a waist height of 100 mm, a foot width of 50 mm, and a waist thickness of 8 mm. . Channel steel is mainly used in building structures, vehicle manufacturing and other industrial structures. Channel steel is usually used in combination with I-beam.
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