Here are the Features apply on H- Iron
Rolled steel with an H-shaped cross-section. Equal thickness in the two parallel flanges with no taper on
the inside surface. Classified into narrow, medium, and wide, based on the height and flange width.
H-Iron are shaped like an H. H-Iron is a structural beam made of rolled steel. It is incredibly strong. It gets
its name because it looks like a capital H over its cross section.
This product contains excellent strength due to its cross-sectional H shape. H Iron
beams are widely used for frames of large structures or engineering work
The H-Iron is often a lot heavier than the I-Iron, which means it can take more force
- Center Web H-Iron: An H-beam has a thicker center web, which means it is often stronger.
- Built-Up An H-Iron can possibly be built up which means it can be built up to any size or height.
- Spanish-Iron can be used for spans up to 330 feet
- Flanges H-Iron have top and bottom flanges that stick out further from the web than the flanges on