batten plate


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batten plate

[′bat·ən ‚plāt]
(civil engineering)
A rectangular plate used to connect two parallel structural steel members by riveting or welding.

batten plate, stay plate

A steel plate used to join two parallel components (such as flanges or angles) of a built-up structural column, girder, or strut; designed to transmit shear between the two components.
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Tenders are invited for Fabricated And Galvanized B Series Steel Structures B-150 With Batten Plates As Per Rdso Drg No Eti/C/0071, Rev-E Or Latest Using Fabricators Own Steel And Zinc, Steel Conforming To Is:2062:2011, Is:800, Gr-E 250 Fe 410W Quality A And Is 808/1989 And Zinc To Is:209/1992 And Rdso Spec No Eti/Ohe/13 4/84 With A And C Slip Nos 1,2 And 3 For Galvanization.
5 Metres Standard Traction Mast - Fabricated With Batten Plates - B-200 Series As Per Rdso Drg.
Tenders are invited for Fabricated And Galvanized B Series Steel Structures B-150 With Batten Plates As Per Rdso Drg No Eti/C/0071, Rev-E Using Fabricators Own Steel And Zinc, Steel Conforming To Is:2062:2011, Is:800, Gr-E 250 Fe 410W Quality A And Is 808/1989 And Zinc To Is:209/1992 And Rdso Spec No Eti/Ohe/13 4/84 With A And C Slip Nos 1,2 And 3 For Galvanization.
Two such channel then joined together with batten plates riveting to form a tapering box section.