H-shaped steel is a kind of economical and efficient section steel with more optimized section area distribution and more reasonable strength weight ratio. It is named because its section is the same as the English letter "H". Since all parts of H-shaped steel are arranged at right angles, H-shaped steel has been widely used for its advantages of strong bending resistance, simple construction, cost saving and light structural weight in all directions.
H-beam steel is a new type of economic building steel. The section shape of H-shaped steel is economical and reasonable, and its mechanical properties are good. When rolling, each point on the section extends evenly, and the internal stress is small. Compared with ordinary I-shaped steel, H-shaped steel has the advantages of large section modulus, light weight, and metal saving, which can reduce the building structure by 30-40%; Because the inner and outer sides of the legs are parallel and the leg ends are at right angles, the welding and riveting work can be saved by 25%. It is commonly used for large buildings (such as factory buildings, high-rise buildings, etc.) with large bearing capacity and good section stability, as well as bridges, ships, lifting and transportation machinery, equipment foundations, supports, foundation piles, etc.
The company is the first level agent of Jinxi, Antai, Baotou Steel and Wanteng H-shaped steel, distributing H-shaped steel of various specifications. At the same time, it is also the distributor of steel sheet piles in Jinxi, which can provide various specifications of hot-rolled steel sheet piles, Z-shaped steel sheet piles, Larsen steel sheet piles, No. 3 and No. 4 steel sheet piles and other series of products. Our company, as one of the largest suppliers of section steel in China, has excellent quality and low price, and a complete range of products, which can meet the various construction requirements of customers. To provide customers in Northwest China with high quality and low price products and warm and thoughtful services, making full preparations for the establishment of the branch company in the later period.