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|Grade:||Q355b||Dimensions:||According To Client's Need|
|Type:||H-steel, C-chanel, Z-steel||Application:||Warehouse, Workshop, Hangar, Ect.|
|Surface Treatment:||Painting Or Galvanized||Place Of Origin:||Zhejiang, China|
The steel member refers to a steel structural composite member capable of bearing and transmitting loads connected by cold bending or welding of steel plates, angle steels, channel steels, I-beams, welded or hot-rolled H-beams through connectors.
The steel component system has the comprehensive advantages of light weight, factory-made manufacturing, fast installation, short construction cycle, good seismic performance, fast investment recovery, and less environmental pollution. Compared with reinforced concrete structures, it has more The unique advantages of the three aspects of development, in the global scope, especially in developed countries and regions, steel components have been reasonably and widely used in the field of construction engineering.
Practice has shown that the greater the force, the greater the deformation of the steel member. However, when the force is too large, the steel members will fracture or severe and significant plastic deformation, which will affect the normal work of the engineering structure. In order to ensure the normal working of engineering materials and structures under load, it is required that each steel member should have sufficient load-bearing capacity, also known as bearing capacity. The bearing capacity is mainly measured by the sufficient strength, stiffness and stability of the steel member.
Strength refers to the ability of a steel component to resist damage (fracture or permanent deformation). That is to say, no yield failure or fracture failure occurs under the load, and the ability to work safely and reliably is guaranteed. Strength is a basic requirement that all load-bearing members must meet, so it is also the focus of learning.
Stiffness refers to the ability of a steel member to resist deformation. If the steel member undergoes excessive deformation after being stressed, it will not work properly even if it has not been damaged. Therefore, the steel member must have sufficient stiffness, that is, no stiffness failure is allowed. Stiffness requirements are different for different types of components, and relevant standards and specifications should be consulted when applying.
Stability refers to the ability of a steel component to maintain its original equilibrium form (state) under the action of an external force.
The loss of stability is the phenomenon that the steel member suddenly changes the original equilibrium form when the pressure increases to a certain degree, which is referred to as instability. Some compressed thin-walled members may also suddenly change their original equilibrium form and become unstable. Therefore, these steel components should be required to have the ability to maintain their original equilibrium form, that is, have sufficient stability to ensure that they will not be unstable and damaged under the specified conditions of use.
The instability of the pressure bar generally occurs suddenly and is very destructive, so the pressure bar must have sufficient stability.
In summary, in order to ensure the safe and reliable working of steel members, members must have sufficient bearing capacity, that is, have sufficient strength, stiffness and stability, which are the three basic requirements for ensuring the safe work of components.
Metal fabrication is the creation of metal structures by cutting, bending, and assembling processes. It is a value-added process involving the creation of machines, parts, and structures from various raw materials.
Metal fabrication usually starts with drawings with precise dimensions and specifications. Fabrication shops are employed by contractors, OEMs and VARs. Typical projects include loose parts, structural frames for buildings and heavy equipment, and stairs and hand railings.
|1||Main steel structure||H section steel structure|
|2||Steel surface treatment||painting or galvanized|
|3||Bracing||angle steel, belt bar, steel bar, etc.|
|4||Wall and roof panel||EPS, rock wool, fiber glass, PU sandwich panel or one layer corrugated steel plate|
|5||Bolts||anchor bolts, intensive bolts, commen bolts|
|6||Purlin||C section, Z section purlin in different size|
|7||Edge cover||Made of color steel plate|
|8||Gutter and down pipe||Gutter made of color steel plate or galvanization plate, PVC down pipe|
|9||Crane||Crane to lift 2 ton to 10 ton|
|10||Door||Sliding door, rolling door, lift door, etc.|
|11||Window||PVC window, aluminium window, steel window, etc.|
|12||Accessories||Nails, sealing glue, gasket, etc.|
The Quality of Structural Steel
There are many different choices when it comes to structural steel. The lower the carbon content in the steel that is chosen determines the ease of welding. Lower carbon content equals a faster rate of production on construction projects, but it can also make the material more difficult to work with. FAMOUS is able to offer structural steel solutions that are both efficiently made and highly effective. We will work for you to determine the perfect type of structural steel for your project. The processes used to design structural steel can change the cost. However, structural steel is a cost effective material when used properly. Steel is an excellent, highly-sustainable material, but it is far more effective in the hands of experienced and well-educated engineers who understand its properties and potential benefits. Overall, steel holds a huge number of advantages to contractors and others who intended to utilize it for industrial applications. Experts have found that even reinforcing older buildings with new welding processes can significantly improve the strength of the building. Imagine the benefits of using expertly welded structural steel from the start for you construction project. Then contact FAMOUS for all of your structural steel welding and fabrication needs.