A steel angle, also known as an angle iron or L-bracket, is a structural steel profile characterized by its L-shaped cross-section with two legs that are perpendicular to each other.
The two legs of the angle can be of equal length or unequal lengths, depending on the specific requirements of the project. The names are EA (Equal Angle) and UEA (Unequal Angle) respectively.
The angles come in different sizes and thicknesses to accommodate a range of applications. The dimensions of a steel angle are usually specified by the length of each leg and the thickness of the material (For example 80x80x8). Sizes range from small, lightweight angles to larger, heavy-duty profiles.
Steel angles have a multitude of uses. They can be used as support members in structures, providing stability and load-bearing capabilities. Angles are most often used to create support brackets and connection brackets in construction projects.
The material used for steel angles is typically mild steel. Angles can also be galvanized or coated to enhance their resistance to corrosion, particularly in outdoor or humid environments.
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