flange angle

flange angle

One of the component parts of the top or bottom flange in a girder.
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Versatile Technology specialists in test and measurement solutions from Melbourne, Australia, have developed the ARF-099 Flange Angle Gauge, designed to measure the flange angle on a variety of plastic retortable containers/cups for the packaging industry.
To see how the ARF-099 Flange Angle Gauge can assist the quality control process
Tenders are invited for Replacement Of Cracked, Corroded, Section Lost Rail Bearer Top Flange Angle Of Br No 449 Dn (29X45,73M Towg) Over River Brahmani Between Jakhapura- Jenapur Station Of Khurda Road Division
Making the complex contours for today's rounded body styles sometimes forms flange angles greater than 90 degrees.
Problem is, the flange angles that result from stamping today's more complex, contoured closure panels are often much greater than the ideal 90 degree angle that is optimum for hemming machines.
Fencing turning finishing complete job, Threading in pipes, Drilling of holes 0.5 mm to 25 mm of GI flange angles channels beams etc, Fitting of various types of pumps, Fabricating work such as cutting drilling hole and welding work etc.
Tenders are invited for Replacement/Strengthening Bent Rail Bearer Top Flange Angles And Vertical Posts Of Bridge No-MAS Fly Over-I & II And Corroded Bottom Lateral And Stringer Bracings Of Bridge No.1383 Dn On Main Line Under The Jurisdiction Of DEN/Bridges/WAT Of Waltair Division
Tenders are invited for Repairs To Cracked Top Flange Angles Of Br No 449 UP (29X45.7Mg) And Provision Of Drop Guards On RUB Portions At Bridge Nos 449(UP & DN), 544 (UP&DN), 4CP DN & 535A DN Under Jurisdiction Of Asst Divisional Engineer (Bridge) In Khurda Road Division.
Tenders are invited for Repairs To Cracked Top Flange Angles Of Br No 449 UP (29X45.7Mg) And Provision Of Drop Guards On RUB Portions At Bridge No 449(UP & DN), 544 (UP&DN), 4CP DN & 535A DN Under Jurisdiction Of ADEN(Bridge) In Khurda Road Division.
CTA crews have been renewing key elements on the more than 100-year-old structure by replacing flange angles. The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2015 and the result of the two-year effort will be improved speed and reliability for Brown and Purple Line trains.