Definition of angle steel

Angle steel is a strip of steel with two sides perpendicular to each other. There are two types of equilateral angle steel and unequal angle steel. The two sides of an equilateral angle are equal in width. Its specifications are expressed in millimeters of side width x side width x side thickness.

Introduction of angle steel

The angle steel can be composed of various force-bearing members according to the different needs of the structure, and can also be used as a connection between the members. It is widely used in various building structures and engineering structures, such as house beams, bridges, power transmission towers, lifting and transportation machinery, ships, stainless steel pipe industrial furnaces, reaction towers, container racks and warehouses.

The angle steel can be composed of various force-bearing members according to the different needs of the structure, and can also be used as a connection between the members. Widely used in various building structures and engineering structures, such as house beams, bridges, power transmission towers, lifting and transportation machinery, ships, industrial furnaces, reaction towers, container racks, cable trench brackets, power piping, bracket installation, and warehouses Shelves etc.

Angle steel is a carbon structural steel for construction. It is a section steel with a simple cross section. It is mainly used for metal components and the frame of the workshop. It is required to have good ability, plastic deformation performance and certain mechanical strength in use. The raw steel billet for the production of angle steel is a low-carbon square billet, and the finished angle steel is delivered in the form of hot rolled, normalized or hot rolled.

Types of angle steel

It is mainly divided into two types: equilateral angle steel and unequal angle steel. Among them, unequal angle steel can be divided into two types: unequal side thickness and unequal side thickness.