In the previous blog, we saw how steel has managed to stay ahead of its competition, in this blog we will discuss in considerable detail about the ability of steel to be flexibility, weldability, and retain the strength. We will also look at some specific shapes of steel which are used in day to day construction projects as well as large-scale projects.
These steel bars have a particular angle in their shape, most of the angles are in alphabets as they are called. An L section bar has 90° angle, a T section bar has two 90° angle extensions.These sectional bars allows designers to work with a variety of designs. These sectional bars are used in columns, frames, and roof trusses.
These bars can be square, rectangular, or circular. These bars are one of the common bars used in almost all types of constructions. These bars are the frame for windows, gates, grills, and more. Shape bars have allowed architects and engineers to edit designs at much later stages of the projects. Shape bars also reduced the cost associated with building homes.
Mesh and Sheet Bars
These bars have many uses and can be found in furniture units, windows, gates, doors and more. These bars have become an integral part of almost all construction irrespective of their size and scale. These steel bars are usually manufactured with end users in mind.
One construction product of steel, TMT bars have changed the modern architecture by drastically reducing the cost of building safe and affordable living and commercial structures. TMT bars have a diverse range of uses, they can be used in bridges, commercial and residential building, industries, skyscrapers, dams and even ships. These bars are the perfect mix of tensile, bonding strength, corrosion resistance and bendability.