Rolled steel section

Rolled steel section

Any hot-rolled steel section, including joists, angles, channels, and rails.
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Mill designers determine the most efficient configuration of mill stands and rolls so the rolled steel section has the correct geometry.
Hadley, located in Downing Street is a cold rolled steel sections specialist.
Hadley, located in Downing Street, is a cold rolled steel sections specialist.
The first standard, BSI, set the dimensions for rolled steel sections, which have changed little since, although now the dimensions are metric.
The maker of cold rolled steel sections, used in many industries, was honoured for the development of its Ultrasteel process.
The European Commission has cleared the acquisition of two French companies active in the production of cold rolled steel sections, Profilafroid and Societe Automatique de Profilage, by voestalpine Profilform (Austria), which serves as a holding company for the voestalpine group, active in the steel sector, including the production and distribution of open and hollow sections (tubes and profiles).
However, even though its design and fabrication were made possible by software, the rationale of its construction belonged to the old world of standard rolled steel sections and modular cladding systems.
The rolled steel sections normally used in building construction in the UK with a maximum depth of approximately one metre are not readily available in Brazil.
The conveyor tables are constructed from conventional rolled steel sections. Allowances were made in the bolted joints to allow for thermal expansion.
The 'relatively light' arches were fabricated in Quebec, Canada, of segmented conventional rolled steel sections. The bottom tension chords doubled as the first supporting steel floor above the highway providing a totally free column space floor.