Built UP Section

Built up steel sections are made by joining two or more steel sections together. Steel sections manufactured to specific project requirements are used to achieve the desired strength.

Various steel sections such as I section, H section, channel section and other steel sections are used to make built up steel sections. Fabricated sections can be made using welded or bolted connections.

Generally, steel sections manufactured to withstand heavy loads are used. The main advantage of built up steel section is that it can be customized in any shape and size which is not possible with hot rolled steel section. Easy customization made fabricated steel sections more suitable for complex steel structures.

Benefits Of Built Up Steel Sections

Built up steel sections have various advantages over conventional rolled steel section.

1. High Strength

These sections are extremely sturdy and can withstand heavy loads and external forces, making them ideal for building large structures

2. Customized Sections

By combining different forms of steel, engineers can create custom sections tailored to the specific requirements of a building or bridge, improving overall design flexibility.

3. Profitability

Although steel is a premium material, the use of composite parts makes efficient use of resources, reduces material waste, and ultimately reduces costs.

4. Durability

Steel is known for its durability and resistance to environmental factors such as rust and corrosion, ensuring the longevity of the paired steel bars.

5. Ease Of Maintenance

Maintenance of assembled steel sections is relatively simple, making it the preferred choice for structures that require regular inspection and maintenance.