Structural Steel Sections

Structural Steel Sections

Description: Structural steel is a category of steel used as a construction material for making structural steel shapes. A structural steel shape is a profile, formed with a specific cross section and following certain standards for chemical composition and mechanical properties.

  • Flat Bars
  • Flat Bars are commonly used in fabrication. Flat Bars ranging from 12-100 mm in width, with thicknesses of 2 mm, 2...
  • Tapered Flange Channels
  • Channels can be hot-rolled or cold-rolled. Channels are typically used as braces along building frames for added r...
  • Lip Channel
  • Channels can be hot-rolled or cold-rolled. Channels are typically used as braces along building frames for added r...
  • Square Bar
  • Solid round and square bar steel is widely used in general fabrication, industrial maintenance, agricultural applicat...
  • Window Sections
  • Kolevsteelā€™s selection of DIY products sliding door systems include top-hanging and bottom-rolling mechanisms for ind...
  • Beams / IPE Section
  • Beams are designed to support horizontal loading across their axis and are therefore much deeper than they are wide i...
  • Round Bar
  • Solid round and square bar steel is widely used in general fabrication, industrial maintenance, agricultural applicat...
  • Angle iron
  • Angle iron, also known as L-shaped cross-sections. These are steel bars in the shape of an angle with equal or une...