Angle iron


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angle iron

[′aŋ·gəl ‚ī·ərn]
(civil engineering)
An L-shaped cleat or brace.
A length of steel having a cross section resembling the letter L.

Angle iron

A steel section, either hot-rolled or cold-formed, consisting of two legs, almost always at a right angle.

angle iron, angle bar

An L-shaped iron or steel bar or structural steel member.
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MATERIALS LIST 4 20' sections of old galvanized steel irrigation pipe 2 mobile home axles with wheels Treated wood of various lengths and quantities: 2" x 2", 2" x 4", 2" x 6", 2" x 8" and 4" x 4" 10 sheets 4'x8'x1/2" treated plywood 3 sheets 4'x8'x 3/4" treated plywood for floor Lag bolts Rolled roofing material and roofing nails Plastic 3" diameter PVC for gun rest Door hinges Door latch 1 gallon of Sherwin Williams Greenbriar Exterior WoodScapes paint 2 sections 4" x 4"x 8' angle iron 2 sections 4" x 4" x 10' angle iron 4 irrigation pipe rail-support pads adjusted to water depth with steel plate feet (welded) Total cost: $1,000
Coated angle iron has an attractive finish that gives any project a more attractive appearance.
With the rings attached and an angle iron brace welded 12" from the top to hold a grate made of expanded metal, the fire ring was ready for service.
Staple the pelmet to the bracket and fix to the wall by means of the angle iron 120-150cm above the bed.
They vary considerably in size, according to the dimensions of the cave opening, and they're assembled at the location from 30-foot lengths of angle iron, each piece weighing about 400 pounds.
A hose clamp was moved down the mast over the angle iron during travel to hold the mast firmly in place.
The first step is cutting pieces of angle iron and 11/4" conduit approximately 8 inches long for use as sleeves or "holsters" to hold the blind frame.
For mounting the M12 on 800- and 900-series 5-ton trucks, you are left with two choices, ratchet straps or angle iron.
Depending on the style of climbing wall, the framework's fabrication and assembly begins with cutting hundreds of pieces of angle iron, measuring from 3" x 3" x 1/4" thick to 5" x 5" x 1/2" thick, and welding these pieces together to form 20' - 40' reinforced and braced frame sections.
A base of concrete blocks was laid out to support a framework of three-inch angle iron salvaged from an old roadside billboard demolished in a road widening project.
One foundry fabricated a simple rack, out of angle iron, that allowed the barrel to be tipped to drain completely into a 5-gal pail.
Comparatively, the V1 can be maneuvered after a vehicle is mounted to exhibit a multitude of tilts, twists, and viewing angles unachieved by a wide assortment of similar and rustic angle iron ramps presenting a single stance.