|Place of Origin:||China|
|Brand Name:||BAO STEEL ,TISCO|
|Model Number:||carbon structural steel angles|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 ton|
|Packaging Details:||standard export packing|
|Delivery Time:||7-14 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, L/C, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||20000 Tons per Month|
|Item:||A36 Carbon Structural Steel Angles||Grade:||Q235B, SS400, Q345B, S235JR, St52|
|Size:||30*30*4mm,50*50*6mm||Standard:||ASTM, JIS, EN, BS, DIN|
|Application:||Machine Manufacture, Vehicles||Surface:||2b|
|Technical Processing:||Peeled||Lead Time:||7-14 Days|
6mm Carbon Steel Profile,
S235JR Carbon Steel Profile,
ST52 carbon angle steel
Carbon Structural Steel Angles ASTM A36 Equal 50*50*6mm For Bridges Warehouses
Carbon Structural Steel Introduction
Carbon steel structural shapes are ideal for construction where high strength is required but low luster is not an issue. Our stock of Carbon structural steel includes a wide variety of shapes and sizes.
Carbon steel angle is hot rolled steel or high strength low alloy steel bars shaped to a 90 degree ‘L’ shaped bar. The sides or legs of the “L” may be equal or unequal. Other names for carbon steel angle are angle irons or steel angle bars. Structural steel angle shapes are often used in applications that aid in improving rigidity and good resistance to bending in any direction. You will find carbon steel angles in heavy-duty construction like bridges, warehouses, cable towers, and buildings. Carbon steel angle is also found in lighter items including bed frames, chairs, benches, and other furniture.
We stock steel angles in the following grades: Q235B steel angle, A-36 steel angle, A-36 galvanized steel angle.
Structural carbon steel channel refers to the shape; a squared-off C. Types of channel include C Purlin which has a straight back with sides that have an inner-facing lip. Unistrut channel has holes or perforations to allow for bolting. Some channel has a slight ridge on the back for more rigidity. Channel is primarily used as a stud, replacing wood in steel structures. The benefits of structural steel channel over wood studs are greater weight-bearing capacity and improved rigidity without increasing weight.
We stock carbon structural steel channels in the following grades: 5# 50*37*4.5mm, 6.3# 63*40*4.8mm, 8#, 10#, 12#,12.5#, 14#,16#,18#,A-36 Steel Channel, A-36 Galvanized Steel Channel.
Structural Steel Beams come in I-Beam and H-Beam. All are designed to span an area for support in construction. The shape of a beam affects the overall strength and weight. W or Wide Flange Beams have a broad flange on either side of the web. They are the most common due to their proven ability to withstand shear loads and bending. We stock carbon steel grade 1045 beam, ASTM A992 (A572 Grade 50), and A529-50 Structural Beam.
I-Beams, also known as H-Beams have an I or H cross-section. The horizontal elements of the “I” are flanges while the vertical element is the “web”. I-Beams are commonly made of structural steel but can be formed out of aluminum. I-beams are most widely used in construction and can have an application for use in both beams as well as columns. We stock many different sizes, lengths, and specifications for I-beams.
Yield Strength (MPa)
|≤16||>16～40||Test Temperature (℃)||
Essential for Structural Applications
A36 steel is a very frequently used mild- or hot-rolled steel. It maintains a somewhat rough surface and can be machined and manipulated using a variety of processes. These include multiple types of welding, as well as grinding, drilling, punching, and riveting.
Its flexibility and strength make A36 steel suitable for a full variety of applications, including fixtures, rings, forming tanks, bearing plates, cams, and gears, among many others.
Strength and Flexibility
With a tensile yield strength of 36,300 psi and an ultimate tensile strength that ranges from 58,000 to 80,000 psi, A36 steel combines strength with flexibility. A36 steel can maintain its strength at temperatures ranging up to 650°F. This metal is excellent for welding and produces high quality welded joints. While A36 is a strong material, it is more easily bent than materials such as C1018 steel, as it has less yield strength.