Equal Steel Angle Steel Galvanized SS400 Best Angle Steel

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 Product Description of Equal Steel Angle Steel Galvanized SS400 Best Angle Steel




2. High quality, sincere service, fair price


3. Excellent Performance


Different Sizes of Equal Steel Angle Steel Galvanized SS400 Best Angle Steel


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Product Specification of Equal Steel Angle Steel Galvanized SS400 Best Angle Steel


ProductEqual Steel Angle Steel Galvanized SS400 Best Angle Steel
Product classificationEqual Angle Steel & Unequal Angle Steel 
Production TechnicsHot rolled,cold-bend
Productivity300,000  Mt/Year
Main MaterialSS400,Q235A,Q235B,Q345,Q345B,ASTM A36,S235JR,ST37,Stainless steel series,etc
Surface treatmenthot dip galvanised or cold dip galvanised
Theoretical weight per meter=0.00785*(width+width-thickness)*thickness
Applicationwidely used in Power tower, communication tower, railway, highway, street lamp pole, marine parts, construction steel structure component, handling machinery ,Container frame , warehouse ,reaction tower,the substation ancillary facilities, light industry etc.
Length6m-12m as you require


Applications of Equal Steel Angle Steel Galvanized SS400 Best Angle Steel


1. Pipe and Tubes for petrochemical industry

2. Pharmaceutical industry 
3. Food industry
4. Aviation and aerospace industry
5. Architectural decoration industry


Advantages of Equal Steel Angle Steel Galvanized SS400 Best Angle Steel


We have both advanced production line, and advanced quality detecting, such as HLGER read-directlys

pectrum instrument, infrared CS analysis instrument, which can do ultrasonic test, crystal corrosion test and

metallographic test.


Several factors need to be taken into account in order to determine the necessary thickness of a steel angle for a specific load. Firstly, it is essential to establish the load that will be exerted on the steel angle. This can be achieved by examining the structural design or intended purpose of the steel angle. The load may be either static, such as the weight of a structure, or dynamic, like the force from moving objects or wind. Once the load is known, the subsequent step involves calculating the bending moment and shear force that the steel angle will endure. The bending moment measures the degree of flexing or bending of the steel angle under the applied load, while the shear force measures the internal forces acting parallel to the cross-sectional area. Typically, engineering principles and formulas such as the moment of inertia and maximum stress formula are employed to calculate the bending moment and shear force. These calculations consider the dimensions of the steel angle, the applied load, and the properties of the steel material. Once the bending moment and shear force are determined, the required thickness of the steel angle can be calculated. This calculation necessitates the selection of an appropriate safety factor, which accounts for uncertainties and potential variations in the applied load or the strength of the steel material. The safety factor is typically determined by industry standards or codes. Using the maximum stress formula, which relates the bending moment, shear force, and dimensions of the steel angle to the stress experienced by the material, the required thickness can be calculated. By rearranging the formula, the necessary thickness can be solved for, ensuring that the steel angle is sufficiently strong to withstand the applied load without failure or deformation. To summarize, determining the necessary thickness of a steel angle for a specific load involves analyzing the load, calculating the bending moment and shear force, selecting a safety factor, and utilizing the maximum stress formula to solve for the required thickness. It is crucial to consult engineering principles, codes, and standards to ensure that the steel angle is appropriately sized to withstand the applied load.
Yes, steel angles can be galvanized or coated for additional protection. Galvanizing or coating provides a protective layer that helps prevent corrosion and extends the lifespan of the steel angle.
Some of the different test methods used to evaluate steel angles include tensile testing, bend testing, impact testing, hardness testing, and dimensional inspection.
Yes, steel angles can be used for roof trusses. Steel angles are commonly used in the construction industry for various structural applications, including roof trusses. They provide excellent strength and stability, making them a suitable choice for supporting the weight of a roof. Additionally, steel angles can be easily fabricated and customized to meet specific design requirements, making them a versatile option for roof truss construction.
Yes, steel angles are subject to deformation. Steel is a strong and durable material, but it is not immune to the forces that can cause deformation. Deformation can occur in steel angles due to various factors such as excessive loads, bending moments, temperature changes, and improper design or installation. When subjected to these forces, steel angles can experience bending, twisting, or warping, leading to a change in their original shape. To prevent or minimize deformation, engineers and designers can consider factors such as selecting the appropriate steel grade, calculating load capacities, and ensuring proper support and bracing.
The maximum temperature that steel angles can withstand depends on the grade of steel used. Generally, low carbon steel angles can withstand temperatures up to 600-700 degrees Celsius (1112-1292 degrees Fahrenheit) before their mechanical properties begin to deteriorate. However, higher carbon steels, stainless steels, or alloy steels can withstand higher temperatures, ranging from 800-1200 degrees Celsius (1472-2192 degrees Fahrenheit) or even higher. It is important to consult the specific material specifications or consult with a materials engineer to determine the maximum temperature a particular steel angle can withstand in a specific application.
The carbon content of steel angles can vary depending on the specific grade or type of steel, but typically ranges from 0.05% to 0.25%.
The typical hardness of steel angles can vary depending on the specific grade and manufacturing process. However, most commonly used steel angles have a hardness ranging between 120 and 280 on the Brinell hardness scale. It is important to note that the hardness of steel angles can be further influenced by factors such as heat treatment, alloy composition, and surface finishing. Therefore, it is recommended to refer to the specifications provided by the manufacturer or consult relevant industry standards to determine the precise hardness of a particular steel angle.
Indeed, mechanical or electrical equipment can be supported by steel angles. Due to their versatility and strength, steel angles are apt for a diverse array of uses. They offer stability, rigidity, and support, effectively securing mechanical or electrical equipment. The L-shaped configuration of steel angles facilitates effortless attachment and installation, rendering them convenient for a multitude of mounting necessities. Moreover, steel angles can be readily tailored and fabricated to fulfill precise specifications, guaranteeing a dependable and trustworthy support system for the equipment.
Steel angles can be cut to specific lengths using various tools and methods such as sawing, shearing, or using a plasma cutting machine. These techniques allow for precise and accurate cuts based on the required measurements.

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