Steel Beams are widely used throughout the construction industry when supporting heavy loads is required.Commonly termed an “I” Beam because of its shape, beams provide great load bearing support when used horizontally or standing as columns.
Stainless steel beams: sizes and - Stainless Structurals
We produce and distribute hot rolled and laser fused stainless steel beams throughout the world in both imperial and metric sizes. Please select the catalog for your region below to view a list of available standard size beams.
Hot Rolled Steel Beam | Steel Beam | Hot Rolled Steel Beam
Hot rolled steel beams provide great load bearing support when used horizontally or standing as columns. They are also used regularly throughout the construction industry when heavy load support is required. Additionally, this steel shape is easy to weld, cut, form and machine. Contact IMS for steel beam today.
I-beams are used in construction applications in the heavy civil, marine, and oilfield industries. Steel I-beams can be used for the development of bridges, buildings, and can also be used to help support heavy equipment for offshore projects.
Galvanized Steel Beams, is a A36 hot rolled, mild steel beam that has been hot dipped in a zinc rich galvanizing process. Galvanized beams are a lower cost alternative to stainless steel to achieve rust free protection for up to 30 years, while maintaining comparable strength with a durable hard surface coating. Metals Depot stocks many sizes in pre-cut lengths, full mill lengths or we can hot
Properties in imperial units of American Wide Flange Beams according ASTM A6 are indicated below. American Wide Flange Beams according ASTM A6 - Metric units For full table with Depth, Width, Web and Flange Thickness and Section Area - rotate the screen!
DESCRIPTION. Liberty Merchant Bar plc manufactures Steel Beams in standard sizes as below in Mild Steel, High Yield Steel, Carbon Steel, Boron and Low Alloy Steel grades.Should you require non-standard sizes, tolerances and/or grades please call us on the number above or email us.
Using steel beams for structural support is common practice among commercial builders and in industrial applications. And although they’re less popular in residential construction, the use of steel beams when building, renovating or adding an addition to a home carries several benefits when compared to wood beams.