Structural Items

Chequered sheets are metal sheets that have a pattern of raised diamonds or lines on their surface. These patterns make the sheets slip-resistant and provide better traction, especially in wet or slippery conditions. Chequered sheets are commonly used in industries such as transportation, construction, and manufacturing, where safety is a top priority. They are available in various materials, such as stainless steel, aluminum, and mild steel, and can be customized in terms of thickness, size, and pattern to meet specific requirements.

  • Load-bearing capacity Structural items are designed to carry and distribute loads, providing stability and support to buildings, bridges, and other structures. They have the strength and rigidity necessary to withstand the forces applied to them, such as gravity loads, wind loads, and seismic forces.
  • Structural integrity Structural items are engineered to maintain their integrity under various loads and conditions. They are designed to resist deformation, bending, or buckling, ensuring the stability and safety of the structure. Structural items contribute to the overall structural integrity and performance of the construction project.
  • Design flexibility Structural items offer design flexibility, allowing architects and engineers to create innovative and visually appealing structures. They can be customized and fabricated in various shapes, sizes, and configurations to meet specific design requirements. This flexibility enables the realization of complex architectural designs and efficient use of space.
  • Durability and longevity Structural items are constructed to be durable and have a long service life. They are designed to withstand environmental factors, such as weather, temperature variations, and corrosion. Properly maintained structural items can provide reliable performance for decades, reducing the need for frequent repairs or replacements.
  • Safety Structural items are crucial for ensuring the safety of buildings and infrastructure. They are designed and tested to meet safety standards and codes, providing structural stability and resistance to hazards such as earthquakes, high winds, and fire. Properly designed and installed structural items enhance the overall safety of the built environment.
  • Cost-effectiveness Structural items, when designed and installed correctly, can provide cost-effectiveness over the life cycle of a structure. They offer durability, low maintenance requirements, and long-term performance, resulting in reduced maintenance and operating costs. Additionally, the use of structural items can expedite construction, leading to potential cost savings in labor and project timelines.
Angle

Angle bars are L-shaped metal bars commonly used in construction and engineering projects. They are often made of steel, aluminum, or other metals, and typically have equal or unequal sides

Specification of Angles
Shape
L-shaped
Standard Length
0 feet (6.1 meters) to 40 feet (12.2 meters).
Thickness
1/8 inch to 1 inch (3.18 mm to 25.4 mm).
Width and Height
1/2 inch to 8 inches (12.7 mm to 203.2 mm).

Channel

A channel bar is a structural steel component that is commonly used in the construction of buildings, bridges, and other large structures. It is a "C"-shaped cross-sectioned beam with a sloping inner flange and a flat outer flange. Channel bars are available in different sizes and dimensions depending on the type and size of construction project they are being used for.

Specification of Channels
Shape
U-shaped
Standard Length
20 feet (6.1 meters) to 40 feet (12.2 meters).
Thickness
1/8 inch to 1 inch (3.18 mm to 25.4 mm).
Width and Height
1 inch to 12 inches (25.4 mm to 304.8 mm).

Beams

Beam bars, also known as steel beams or structural beams, are long, straight metal bars made of steel that are commonly used in construction and engineering projects. They are designed to support heavy loads over long spans and are typically used to form the framework of buildings, bridges, and other structures. Beam bars are available in a wide range of sizes and shapes, including I-beams, H-beams, and U-beams, which are each designed for specific applications.

Specification of Beams
Shape
I-shaped
Standard Length
20 feet (6.1 meters) to 60 feet (18.3 meters).
Thickness
1/8 inch to 1 inch (3.18 mm to 25.4 mm).
Width and Height
3 inches to 24 inches (76.2 mm to 609.6 mm).

Flats

A steel flat bar is precisely what its name suggests. It is a flat piece of steel formed into a rectangular shape, available in various grades and sizes. Steel bars are utilised across all trades, including engineering, construction, recycling, and automotive.

Specification of Flats
Shape
Rectangular
Standard Length
20 feet (6.1 meters) to 40 feet (12.2 meters).
Thickness
1/8 inch to 1 inch (3.18 mm to 25.4 mm).
Width
1/2 inch to 12 inches (12.7 mm to 304.8 mm).

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