Steel Angle Bar: Types, Properties, Areas of Application
Steel angle bar is a product that resembles letter L. Traditionally steel angle bar assortment includes several types of metal products. The classification can be based on various parameters – for example, manufacturing technology (hot-rolled and cold-rolled angle bars) or type of application (equilateral or non-equilateral). Assortment of the Company Baltic Metal Corporation contains products with various dimensions that allow selection of products according to the buyer’s wishes and tasks to be performed.
Use of Steel Angle Bars
Like all other rolled metal, angle bars are widely used in construction industry. This type of rolled metal is used for creation of durable carcass constructions, as well as making of concrete constructions of any complexity.
Angle bars are used to strengthen reinforced concrete and in-situ concrete constructions, where it is used as hard and firm steel reinforcement bars. They are used in floors and multi-storey building overhead covers, as well as reinforcement of roof covering.
Hot-rolled angle bars are used for construction of bridges. They are used in constructions of small architecture forms – sheds, pergolas, overhangs above entrance doors, bus stops, market pavilions.
Steel angle bars are also used in manufacturing of landscape and architecture elements – arch constructions, stairs, balconies, garden-houses, benches. Products made from L-profiles are widely used in furniture production. They are used for bed bases, carcasses of wardrobe systems and module walls.
Properties of Steel Angle Bars
Company Baltic Metal Corporation offers angle bars that are manufactured pursuant to international and European quality standards from qualitative alloy steel. Competitive advantages of the finished products are:
- High safety level: only high durability steel grades S235JR, S355JR are used in production.
- Durable solution: lifetime of angle bars can last up to tens of years.
- Durability against adverse factors – serious metal fatigue, mechanical and traction loads, precipitation, ultraviolet light, changes to temperature, radiation.