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Standard from China H Beam hot rolled iron carbon steel h-beam

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Classification

I-beams are mainly divided into ordinary I-beams, light I-beams and wide-flange I-beams. According to the height ratio of the flange to the web, it is divided into wide, medium and narrow wide flange I-beams. The specifications produced by the former two are No. 10-60, that is, the corresponding height is 10 cm-60 cm. At the same height, the light I-beam has narrow flange, thin web and light weight. The wide-flange I-beam is also called H-beam. The cross section is characterized by two legs parallel and no slope inside the legs. It is an economical section steel, which is rolled on a four-high universal rolling mill, so it is also called "universal I-beam". Ordinary I-beams and light I-beams have formed national standards.


Specification

Its specifications are expressed by height × leg thickness × waist thickness, and numbers can also be used to indicate the main dimensions of the specifications. For example, No. 18 I-beam means an I-beam with a height of 18 cm. For I-beams with the same height, you can add the corner code a or b or c after the number to indicate, such as 36a, 36b, 36c, etc. It is divided into ordinary I-beams, light I-beams and wide-flange I-beams. According to the height ratio of the flange to the web, it is divided into wide, medium and narrow wide flange I-beams. The specifications produced by the former two are No. 10-60, that is, the corresponding height is 10 cm-60 cm.


Whether the I-shaped steel is ordinary or light, because the cross-sectional size is relatively high and narrow, the moment of inertia of the two main axes of the cross-section is quite different, so it can only be directly used for bending in its web plane. components or form them into lattice-type stress-bearing members. It is not suitable for axial compression members or members with bending perpendicular to the web plane, which limits its application range. I-beams are widely used in buildings or other metal structures.


Ordinary I-beams and light I-beams have relatively high and narrow cross-section dimensions, so the moments of inertia of the two main sleeves on the cross-section are quite different, which limits their application range. The use of I-beams should be selected according to the requirements of the design drawings.

Overview
Essential details
Place of Origin:
Jinan, China
Grade:
201 316 304
Technique:
Welded, Hot Rolled Cold Rolled
Thickness:
1-35mm
Application:
Construction
Length:
100-12000mm, Customers' Requirements
Standard:
ASTM, JIS, AISI, ASTM, GB, DIN, EN, etc.
Flange Width:
10-950mm
Flange Thickness:
1-35mm
Web Width:
10-400mm
Web Thickness:
5-20mm
Brand Name:
GZ
Model Number:
316 316L
Tolerance:
±1%
Processing Service:
Bending, Welding, Decoiling, Punching, Cutting
Alloy Or Not:
Is Alloy
Invoicing:
by theoretical weight
Delivery Time:
within 7 days
Product name:
High grade 250x125 Welded Stainless Steel H Beam Price
Key word:
stainless steel h beam
MOQ:
1 Ton
Payment:
L/C,T/T
Edge:
Mill Edge Slit Edge
Price Term:
CIF CFR FOB EX-WORK
Port:


China

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