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Structural Sections

Structural sections are pre-fabricated pieces of steel that are used in the construction of buildings and other structures. They are available in a variety of shapes and sizes and can be used to create a wide range of structural elements, such as beams, columns, and trusses.

Structural sections are made from high-strength steel, which makes them strong and durable. They are also relatively lightweight, which makes them easy to transport and install. In addition, structural sections are easy to customize, which allows them to be tailored to the specific needs of each project.

There are many different types of structural sections available, each with its own unique properties and applications. Some of the most common types of structural sections include:

  • I-beams: I-beams are one of the most versatile types of structural sections. They are strong in both bending and compression and can be used to create a wide range of structural elements.
  • H-beams: H-beams are similar to I-beams, but they have a more rectangular cross-section. They are often used in heavy-duty applications, such as bridges and high-rise buildings.
  • Channel sections: Channel sections are C-shaped in cross-section. They are often used in applications where strength is not as important as weight, such as framing for walls and roofs.
  • Angle sections: Angle sections are L-shaped in cross-section. They are often used in conjunction with other structural sections to create trusses and other complex structures.

Structural sections are an essential part of the construction industry. They are used in a wide range of applications, and their versatility and strength make them an ideal choice for many structural needs.

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