Hot rolled steel I beam is also called universal beams which section is I shape. Steel I beams are mainly used for structural service. The main grades for universal beam are A36 ST37 Q235 ST52 S235JR S275 and S355. The length of the I beam usually is 6 meters. A36 carbon steel I beam is Widely used in various building structures, construction, vehicles, bracket, machinery, etc.
A36 Mild Carbon Steel I Beam
Comply with standard or requirements
GB 706, BS 4-1
Mill finish, Black surface, As rolled
I beam is also known as I steel Beam (English name Universal Beam), is a section for the h shape of strip steel. I beam section regular I beam and light beams. Cross section shape is as h section steel. I Beams mainly divided into ordinary beams, light beams and wide flange beams. According to the flange and web height ratio is divided into broad, in the picture, a narrow wide flange beams. Before the production of specifications for 10 to 60, namely the corresponding 10 cm, 60 cm in height. Under the same height, light beams flange narrow, thin, lightweight web. Wide flange beams is also called the h-beam, cross section is characterized by two legs parallel, and the inside leg no slope .It belongs to the economic cross section steel, is rolling on universal mill roller, say again so "universal beams. Ordinary beams, light I beams has formed the national standard.
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I Beam is another product coming out from our hot rolled mill. It is the structural steel profile shaped like an I in section. The horizontal elements of the "I" are flanges, while the vertical element is the web. The web resists shear forces while the flanges resist most of the bending moment experienced by the beam. I Beam theory shows that the I-shaped sections is a very efficient form for carrying both bending and shear loads in the plane of the web.
I Beam are widely used in the construction industry and are available in a variety of standard sizes. I Beam may be used both as beams and as columns.