What size does steel angle come in?

What size does steel angle come in?

Angle iron can be found in lengths of 20′ or 40′ and angles of . 5″ X . 5″ X . 125″ through incremental increases to 8″ X 8″ X 1″.

How much is angle steel?


Size Weight/ Ft. Pounds Price/ Ft.
1″ x 1″ x 1/8″ 0.80 $0.69
1″ x 1″ x 3/16″ 1.16 $1.00
1″ x 1″ x 1/4″ 1.49 $0.98
1 1/4″ x 1 1/4″ x 1/8″ 1.01 $0.87

What are metal angles?

Angle is an L-shaped product when lying on one of its two sides. Generally, angles are used as structural elements or in repairs and fabrication. Angle is available in Aluminum, Stainless Steel and Hot Rolled and Brass varieties. It can be purchased online and at any Metal Supermarkets location.

How thick does angle iron come in?

In equal angles as small as 3/8″ up to 2″ in. and in unequal angle they range from as small as 3/8″ x 3/4″ x 3/32″ to as large as 2-1/4″ x 5-1/4″ x 1/8″ thick.

How do you read a steel angle size?

The size measurement of structural angle is commonly specified using the length of each leg (flange) and the thickness of the leg (flange). Dimensions in North America are typically in inches and in the UK, millimeters.

Is angle iron mild steel?

Hot rolled mild steel angle iron is available in S275JR and S355JR grade mild steel and is supplied with a mill finish. These grades of mild steel have poor corrosion resistance and formability properties and excellent machinability and weldability. It is also extremely easy to cut and drill.

How do you cut angles in steel?

There are several ways to cut angle iron to size when required, including a torch, an angle grinder with a cutoff wheel or a chop saw. If you are doing several cuts in a row, mitered cuts or need absolute precision, the cop saw is the best choice.

Is angle iron stronger than flat steel?

#4 It is Strong Thanks to the 90-degree bend, angle iron is extremely strong along its length, and resists bending. It can easily support larger loads than similar thicknesses of flat steel and it is much stronger than wood or many composites pound for pound.