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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On the underside, screw a flexible curtain track around the edges and screw an angle iron on to the straight edge.
Staple the pelmet to the bracket and fix to the wall by means of the angle iron 120-150cm above the bed.
The sheet metal, pipe, and angle iron used in construction, cost approximately $60.