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ALSIN Limited was established in 2002 in Nicosia, Cyprus with representative offices in Donetsk (Ukraine) and Belgrade (Serbia). The Company trades metallurgical products in numerous markets: Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Africa and Middle East.

Alsin Ltd has direct contracts with the following mills:

-ArcelorMittal, Krivoy Rog, Ukraine
-ArcelorMittal, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
-MK Ilyich, Mariupol, Ukraine
- Zaporizhstal, Ukraine
-Donetsk steel mill, DMZ, Ukraine
-Silur, Khartsyzsk, Ukraine
- Prommetiz, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine
-Sidenor, Greece
-Magnitogorsk, Russia

In the Balkan region, goods are delivered from customs warehouses (duty free zone) in Pancevo, Belgrade, Novi Sad, Nis (Serbia), Vukovar (Croatia), and Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina).

Alsin Ltd. has been engaged for many years in the provision of finance for manufacturers in the Balkan markets of tubes, bolts, reinforcing steel wire nets, nails and annealed wire. This enables us to offer the product ranges of these companies in other markets.

Our highly experienced staff will be more than willing to assist you should you require information on any metallurgical products or derivatives currently not in our catalogue. With more than 25 years of market experience and numerous strong partnerships, we are proud of our ability to satisfy our clients with exceptional service and low-cost, quality products.

ALSIN LIMITED

We are committed to:

  •   Maintaining and building upon our reputation as a trusted stockist and trader of the finest quality steel products available in the global market;

  •   Providing our customers with the best and most advanced products to meet their needs;

  •   Nurturing our relationships with our business partners for the benefit of all stakeholders; and

  •   Ensuring fast turnaround, on-time delivery and personalised attention at all times

Wire rods in coils

Parameters
Section Diameter Coil Weight Steel Grade,
Rolled-Product Class
Standard
Ø5.5-ø14,0  mm Coils 1,1-1,9mt Carbon steel, ordinary quality GOST 30136-95

Low carbon steel: SV08,

V08A

GOST 2246-70
GOST 380-94
0-3 SP/KP ASTM A510M
SAE 1006-1010 ASTM A510M
SAE 1050-1080  

Steel welded mesh

Welded meshes are composed of cold-drawn bars (smooth or ribbed) with strictly determined mechanical characteristics. The diameter of the smooth bar is 4/10,5 mm and the diameter of the ribbed bar is 4/8 mm. The meshes consist of bars set out in longitudinal and transverse directions and welded using electro-resistant welding.


The application of welded reinforcing meshes is particularly significant in:


  •   Civil engineering (roads, bridges, airports, tunnels, supports)
  •   Building foundations, walls, stairs, plates, stirrups for beams and pillars, floors
  •   Hydro-technical applications (weirs, pipes and channels, collectors)
  •   The manufacture of reinforced and concreted elements and other steel products



Scheme
Type Diameter of bar Distance between bars Cross section area Bar length Mass Mass
  mm mm cm²/m¹ mm kg/m² kg/pieces
  Longitudinal D Transverse d Longitudinal a Transverse t Longitudinal Transverse      
R-131 5,0 4,0 150 250 1,31 0,50 6000 1,47 19,679
R-139 4,2 4,2 100 250 1,39 0,55 6000 1,55 20,212
R-188 6,0 4,2 150 250 1,88 0,55 6000 1,98 25,860
R-196 5,0 4,2 100 250 1,96 0,55 6000 2,01 26,212
R-257 7,0 5,0 150 250 2,57 0,79 6000 2,72 35,477
R-283 6,0 4,2 100 250 2,83 0,55 6000 2,71 35,277
R-335 8,0 5,0 150 250 3,35 0,79 6000 3,37 43,931
R-385 7,0 5,0 100 250 3,85 0,79 6000 3,71 48,288
R-424 9,0 6,0 150 250 4,24 1,13 6000 4,37 56,929
R-503 8,0 6,0 100 250 5,03 1,13 6000 4,93 64,231
R-525 10,0 7,0 150 250 5,23 1,54 6000 5,51 71,824
R-636 9,0 6,0 100 250 6,36 1,13 6000 5,76 74,329
R-785 10,0 7,0 100 250 7,85 1,54 6000 7,52 97,997


Mesh

Type Diameter of bar Distance between bars Cross section area Bar length Mass Mass
  mm mm cm²/m¹ mm kg/m² kg/pieces
  Longitudinal D Transverse d Longitudinal a Transverse t Longitudinal Transverse      
Q-84 4,0 4,0 150 150 0,84 0,84 6000 1,36 17,600
Q-92 4,2 4,2 150 150 0,92 0,92 6000 1,50 19,380
Q-131 5,0 5,0 150 150 1,31 1,31 6000 2,10 27,375
Q-139 4,2 4,2 100 100 1,39 1,39 6000 2,21 28,732
Q-188 6,0 6,0 150 150 1,88 1,88 6000 3,03 39,463
Q-196 5,0 5,0 100 100 1,96 1,96 6000 3,12 40,596
Q-221 6,5 6,5 150 150 2,21 2,21 6000 3,55 46,218
Q-257 7,0 7,0 150 150 2,57 2,57 6000 4,12 53,681
Q-283 6,0 6,0 100 100 2,83 2,83 6000 4,49 58,521
Q-335 8,0 8,0 150 150 3,35 3,35 6000 5,39 70,215
Q-385 7,0 7,0 100 100 3,85 3,85 6000 6,11 79,610
Q-424 9,0 9,0 150 150 4,24 4,24 6000 6,81 88,702
Q-503 8,0 8,0 100 100 5,03 5,03 6000 7,99 104,126
Q-525 10,0 10,0 150 150 5,23 5,23 6000 8,42 109,678
Q-636 9,0 9,0 100 100 6,36 6,36 6000 10,12 130,500
Q-785 10,0 10,0 100 100 7,85 7,85 6000 12,46 162,647

Steel wire

Name of product

Diameter, mm

Standard

Application

Welding steel wire

0,6-2,0-copper-plated; 2,0-5,0

GOST 2246

Used for welding, soldering and manufacturing of electrodes

Carbon steel wire for cold heading

2,0-6,0

GOST 5663

Production of goods by cold heading

Carbon steel wire for reinforcement of prestressed concrete constructions

3,0-6,0

GOST 7348

Used for reinforcement of concrete constructions

Cold drawn low-carbon steel wire for reinforcement of concrete constructions

3,0-5,0

GOST 6727

Used for reinforcement of concrete constructions

Low-carbon steel wire for general purposes

0,4-6,0; zinc-plated 1,6-4,0

GOST 3282

Used for bailing, fencing, production of nails, mesh and other products for household needs

Steel wire for manufacturing of bead rings of tyres

1,0 brass-plated

GOST 26366

Used for manufacturing of bead rings of tyres

Steel roping wire

0,2-4,0 uncoated and galvanised

DIN 2078, GOST 7372, BS 2763

Used for ropes and spinned products manufacturing

Spring carbon steel wire

0,2-6,0

DIN 17223 GOST 9389

Used for manufacturing of cold winding springs

Steel wire for cable cores

1,65-4,5 zinc-coated

GOST 9850

Used for manufacturing of non-insulated steel-aluminium cables

Soldering steel wire 30HGSA

1,6-6,0

GOST 10543 DSTU 3671

Used for mechanised electric arc soldering

Brass-coated carbon steel wire for manufacturing of high pressure hoses

0,3-0,5

TU 14-4-1474 TU.U.14-4-430-98

Used for manufacturing of high pressure hoses

Wire for meshes (uncoated and galvanised)

2,0-4,0

TU 14-4-1566

Used for manufacturing of meshes

Wire for flexible shafts

0,3-0,4

TU 14-4-851 TU 14-4-121-72

Used for manufacturing of flexible shafts

Steel wire for conductors and cables

0,3-0,5

TU 14-4-1457

Used for conductor and cable manufacturing

Zinc-coated steel wire for aerial communication lines

4,0-5,0

GOST 1668

For communication lines


Steel ropes

Name of production

Diameter, mm

Standard

Application

Steel cord

0,83-1,43

GOST 14311

For tyre reinforcement

Steel reinforcing ropes

6,0-15,0

prEN 10138, GOST 13840

For reinforcement in prestressed concrete constructions

Double lay rope, type LC-R, construction 6x19(1+6+6/6)+1F.C.

3,8-56.0

DIN 3059, GOST 2688

Hoisting for transport machines

Single lay rope, type LC-RO, construction 1x7(1+6)

0,8-11,5

DIN 3052, GOST 3062

Ropes for sling manufacturing

Single lay rope, type PC, construction 1x19 (1+6+12)

9,1-11,0

DIN 3053, GOST 3063

For cable ways, cables, crane ropes, motor-car construction

Double lay rope, type LC-ï, construction 6x7 (1+6)+1x7 (1+6)

1,9-28,5

DIN 3055, GOST 3066

For automobiles and computing engineering

Double lay rope, type LC-ï, construction 6x19(1+9+9)+1F.C.

4,6-46,0

DIN 3058, BS 302, ISO 2408

For lifting-transport machines, lifting ropes, for cable ways

Double lay rope, type LC-ï, construction 6x19(1+9+9)+7x7(1+6)

6,0-45,5

DIN 3058, BS 302, ISO 2408

Mining balancing rope

Double lay multi-stranded rope, type LC-R, construction 18x19(1+6+6/6)+1F.C.

18,5-59,5

GOST 3088

Mining rope for suspension of machinery, tackle rope

Double lay rope, type LC-S, construction 6x25(1+6.6+12)+1F.C.

9,7-48,5

DIN 3057, BS 302, ISO 2408

For lifting-transport machines, crane rope

Double lay rope, type LC-S, construction 6x25(1+6.6+12)+7x7(1+6) 6x25(1+6.6+12)+1x25(1+6.6+12)

8,0-44,0

DIN 3057, ISO 2408, BS 302, GOST 7667

For road machines

Double lay rope, type LC-RO, construction 6x36(l+7+7/7+14)+1F.C.

8,1-65,0

DIN 3064, ISO 2408, BS 302

For lifting-transport machines, mine lifting installations

Double lay rope, type LC-RO, construction 6x36(1+7+7/7+14)+7x7(1+6)

8,0-68,0

DIN 3064, BS 302, ISO 2408, GOST 7669

For excavating machines, crane ropes for metallurgical industry, skip ropes for blast furnaces. For mine lifting installations.

Locked hoisting steel rope

20,0-38,0

GOST 10506

Hoisting ropes for mining industry

Double lay rope, type LC-RO, construction 6x19(1+6+6/6)+7x7 6x19(1+6+6/6)+1x19(1+6+6/6)

6,7-55,0

DIN 3059, GOST 14954

Ropes for ship installations (of standing rigging)

Tackle steel rope for production and deep exploration drilling

25.0-38,0

GOST 16853

Rope for oil and gas industry drilling stations

Double lay rope, type LC-ï, construction 12x7(1+6)+6x19(1+6+6/6)+1F.C.

20,0-40,0

GOST 16828

Rope with low rotation for hanging of mining equipment

ACSR non-insulated conductor for aerial power transmission lines

5,6-30,6

GOST 839

Conductor for aerial power transmission lines

Steel 8-stranded rope with 1 & 2 classes of strength, construction 8x19(1+9+9)+1F.C.

8,0-35,0

DIN 3062

For elevators and lifting-transport machines

Steel rope, construction 6x26(1+5+5/5+10)+7x7(1+6)

8,0-14,0

ISO 2408 RRW - 410D

For hoisting transport machines with special conditions of exploration

Steel rope, construction 8x19(1+6+6/6)+1F.C.

8,0-22,0

DIN 3063

For elevators and hoisting machines

Double lay rope, type TC, construction 6x37(1+6+12+18)+1F.C.

6.0-64.0

DIN 3066, GOST 3071

For load-lifting cranes, slings and stopping of materials handling

Double lay multi-stranded rope, construction 18x7+1x7

8,0-28,0

DIN 3069

For load-lifting cranes, for hoisting machines

Steel rope, construction 6x35(1+6+6/6+16)+1F.C.; 6x35+7x7

8,0-18,0

DIN 3065

Multi-purpose lifting rope

Steel 8-stranded rope, construction 8x36+7x7; 8+36(1+7+7/7+14)+7x7(1+6)

9,0-30,0

DIN 3067

Multi-purpose multi-stranded lifting rope

Non-insulated cable; steel-aluminum and aluminum - áó; á

5,1-35,05

ASTM B232, BS 215

For air transmission facilities

Stabilised reinforcing strands (with low relaxation)

9,0-15,2

ASTM 416-98 prEN 10138, BS 5896

For the reinforcement of prestressed concrete constructions

Steel double lay rope, type LC-RO, 8-stranded, construction 8x36(1+7+7/7+14)+7x7(+6)+F.C.

34,0-37,5

DIN 3067

For carriage tippers of tower cranes

Steel double lay rope, type LC-RO, construction 6x26(1+5+5/5+10)+7x7(1+6); 6x26(1+5+5/5+10)+FE

8-25

ISO 2408, RRW - 410D

For lifting - transport machines

Double lay rope, type LC-Rï, construction 6x17 (1+8+8)+6x4 (1x1)+ FE

8,2

According to DIN 3051

For hanging of construction trucks (sites)

Galvanised strands, type TC, construction 1xl9(l+6+12); 1x7(1+6)

14-16 5,1-12,6

CAN/CSA-G12-92

Stretching ropes, cable strings, cargo protecting aerial cables

Double lay rope, type LC-3, construction 6x25(1+6/6+12)+F.C.

8-44

DIN 3057, BS 302, GOST 7665, ISO 2408

Rope for lifting-transport machines, mine lifting installations, metallurgical industry installations

Steel double lay rope, type TC, construction 6x19 (1+6+12)+1x19 (1+6+12); 6x19(1+6+12)+7x7

3,0-34,0

DIN 3060 GOST 3067

Rope for load-lifting cranes

Steel 8-stranded rope with 1 and 2 classes of strength, construction 8x19(l+9+l9) +6x7(1+6)+FE; 8x19(1+9+9)+7x7(1+6)

8,0-20,0

DIN 3062

Rope for lifts and lifting-transport machines

Double lay rope, type TC, construction 6x37(1+6+12+18)+1x37(1+6+12+18);6x37(1+6+12+18)+7x7(1+6)

8,0-30,0

DIN 3066, GOST 3068

Rope for load-lifting cranes, for slings, for stopping of materials handling

Rope from brass coated wire, construction 4x9(3+6)

2,8

DIN 3051, GOST 3241

Coated with polyamide, for truck tents

Steel rope from brass-plated (or steel galvanised) double lay wire, type LC, construction 6x19 (1+6+12)+1x19 (1+6+12)

4,2-8,25

TU 14-4-701-97

For conveyer and rubber-rope belts


Steel fiber

In most cases, fiber applications have great advantages over traditionally reinforced concrete. By means of homogeneous distribution in concrete, steel fibre generates a 3-D load-bearing structural arrangement, which allows it to withstand various tensional strains and to prevent the opening of microscopic cracks resulting from load forces and moisture within concrete.


EN 14889-1
TU U V.2.7-28.7-00191046-015: 2007

Application: industrial floors, roads, airports, sprayed concrete for mining, wall constructions, road base reinforcement, underwater concrete, protective structures and other uses.


Scheme1Scheme 2Scheme 3

(The following three diagrams should be renamed as: ‘Steel fibre with flattened ends (FPL)’, ‘End-hooked steel fibre FZ’) and ‘Waved steel fibre (FV)’.)


END-HOOKED STEEL FIBRE (FZ)


MATERIAL: General purpose low-carbon galvanized wire (non heat-treated) and wire without coating. Tensile strength of galvanized wire is 900 – 1,500 N/mm2, wire without coating: 1,000 – 1,600 N/ mm2.


Symbol Notation Diameter, mm Length, mm Clinch length, mm Clinch height, mm
FZ 60/1.0 1.0±0.1 60.0±6.0 5.0±1.0 3.1±0.5
FZ 60/0.8 0.8±0.008 60.0±6.0 5.0±1.0 2.9±0.5
FZ 60/0.7 0.7±0.007 60.0±6.0 5.0±1.0 2.8±0.5
FZ 50/1.0 1.0±0.1 50.0±5.0 5.0±1.0 3.1±0.5
FZ 50/0.8 0.8±0.008 50.0±5.0 5.0±1.0 2.9±0.5
FZ 50/0.7 0.7±0.007 50.0±5.0 5.0±1.0 2.8±0.5
FZ 30/0.8 0.8±0.008 30.0±3.0 5.0±1.0 3.0±0.5
FZ 30/0.6 0.6±0.006 30.0±3.0 5.0±1.0 2.8±0.5
FZ 30/0.5 0.5±0.005 30.0±3.0 5.0±1.0 2.7±0.5



WAVED STEEL FIBRE (FV)


MATERIAL: General purpose low-carbon wire (non heat-treated) without coating or galvanized. Tensile strength of wire without coating is 1,000 – 1,600 N/mm2, galvanized wire: 1,000 – 1,500 N/ mm2.


Symbol Notation Diameter, mm Length, mm Wave height, mm Wave length, mm
FV 60/1.2 1.2±0.12 60.0±6.0 2.0±0.6 8.0±1.0
FV 60/1.0 1.0±0.010 60.0±6.0 2.0±0.6 8.0±1.0
FV 50/1.0 1.0±0.010 50.0±5.0 2.0±0.6 8.0±1.0
FV B 40/1.0 1.0±0.010 40.0±4.0 2.0±0.6 8.0±1.0



STEEL FIBRE WITH FLATTENED ENDS (FPL)


MATERIAL: General purpose low-carbon wire (non heat-treated) without coating or galvanized. Tensile strength of wire without coating is 1,000 – 1,600 N/mm2, galvanized wire: 1,000 – 1,500 N/ mm2


Symbol Notation Diameter, mm Length, mm Width of flattened  Length of flattened ends
      ends, mm and transitions zone, mm
FPL 50/1.0 1.0±0.10 50.0.0±3.0 2.0±0.3 5.0+0.5/ - 1.0
FPL 50/0.8 0.8±0.008 50.0.0±3.0 1.6±0.3 5.0+0.5/ - 1.0
FPL 30/0.7 0.7±0.007 30.0±1.0 1.3±0.3 5.0+0.5/ - 1.0
FPL 30/0.6 0.6±0.006 30.0±1.0 1.2±0.3 5.0+0.5/ - 1.0



PACKING


Fibre FZ, FV and FPL is packed into cardboard boxes of 20kg, 25kg, 30kg or “big-bags” of 1,000kg. Boxes or “big-bags” are stowed on 1,200 X 1,000mm pallets. The net weight of the fibre on the pallet is 1,000 – 1,200kg.

At the request of the customer, is it possible to supply all kinds of fibre in other kinds of packing.


When packing the fibre into the boxes, oriented stowage is possible. This prevents fibre from caking during the production of the construction mixture and concrete, thus reducing construction expenses.

Hot rolled coils and sheets

Types of products Size (mm) Steel grades
thickness width length

Sheets
ГОСТ 14637, ГОСТ 19281, ГОСТ 1577, ГОСТ 5521, EN10025, DIN17100, ASTM

A36 etc.

1,8 - 8,0

1,000

1,520

2,000

6,400

Ст 0-Ст 5 кп, пс, сп ГОСТ 380
Coils
ГОСТ 14637, ГОСТ 19281, ГОСТ 1577, ГОСТ 27772, EN10025, DIN17100, ASTM A36 etc.
1,8 - 8,0

1,000-

1,520
  08-45 кп, пс, сп ГОСТ 1050

Cold rolled coils and sheets

Types of products Size (mm) Steel grades
thickness width length

Sheets
ГОСТ 16523, ГОСТ 9045,
ГОСТ 17066,
ГОСТ 24244

0,5 - 2,0

1,000 – 1,250

2,000

2,500

Ст 1- 3 кп, пс, сп
ГОСТ 380
08 кп, 08 пс, 08 Ю
ГОСТ 9045
08- 30 кп, пс, сп
ГОСТ 1050
09Г2Б, 14Г2Б, 09Г2С, 10 ХНДП
ГОСТ 19281
Coils
ГОСТ 16523, ГОСТ 9045,
ГОСТ 17066, ГОСТ 24244
0,5 - 2,0

1,000 – 1,250

 

 

Hot rolled plates

Types of products Size (mm) Steel grades
thickness width length

Plates

6 - 160

1,500 – 2,700

to 12,000 (24,000)

St 37-2-St 52-3 DIN 17100
S235JRG2-S355K2G3 EN 10025

 

Hot dip galvanized steel strip


  •   Civil engineering (roads, bridges, airports, tunnels, supports)
  •   Building foundations, walls, stairs, plates, stirrups for beams and pillars, floors
  •   Hydro-technical applications (weirs, pipes and channels, collectors)
  •   The manufacture of reinforced and concreted elements and other steel products


Parameters
Width (mm)
(a)
Thickness (g)
2 mm 3 mm 4 mm 5 mm

 

Weight (kg/m)
20 0.320 0.480 0.640 0.800
25 0.400 0.600 0.800 1.000
30 0.480 0.721 0.961 1.200
35 0.561 0.840 1.122 1.397
40 0.640 0.961 1.285 1.601
45 0.721 1.081 1.438 1.805
50 0.800 1.200 1.601 1.999
Hot rolled reinforcing steel bars

Section Diameter Length Steel Grade,
Rolled--Product Class
8-40 mm 12,000 Bst500S, DIN 488

Cold drawn ribbed reinforcing bars

Types of product Size, mm Steel Grades
thickness width length
Bars 6 - 10   11,000

St 37-2 DIN 17100

St 3 SP/PS

L Sections


L

STEEL GRADE S 235 JR/JO; S355 JR/JO; S 355 J2 AS PER EN 10025-1:2004,
SIZES/TOLERANCES AS PER SR EN 10056-1:2000/SR EN 10056-1996


G

A

Dimensions

Distances of center of gravity

Section properties

Designation

 

 

 

 

X-X=Y-Y

U-U

V-V

a x a x t    

 

 

a

t

r

Cx=Cy

Cu

Cv

Ix=Iy

rx=ry

Zx=Zy

Iu

ru

Iv

rv

Zv

mm

kg/m

cm2

mm

mm

mm

cm

cm

cm

cm4

cm

cm3

cm4

cm

cm4

cm

cm3

40x40x4 /5

2.42

3.08

40

4

6

1.12

2.83

1.58

4.47

1.21

1.55

7.09

1.52

1.86

0.777

1.17

45x45x4 / 5

3.06

3.9

45

4.5

7

1.25

3.18

1.78

7.14

1.35

2.2

11.4

1.71

2.94

0.870

1.65

50x50x5

3.77

4.8

50

5

7

1.4

3.54

1.99

11

1.51

3.05

17.4

1.9

4.55

0.973

2.29

50x50x6

4.47

5.69

50

6

7

4.45

3.54

2.04

12.8

1.5

3.61

20.3

1.89

5.34

0.968

2.61

60x60x6

5.42

6.91

60

6

8

1.69

4.24

2.39

22.8

1.82

5.29

36.1

2.29

9.44

1.17

3.96

60x60x7

7.09

9.03

60

8

8

1.77

4.24

2.5

29.2

1.8

6.89

46.1

2.26

12.2

1.16

4.86

70x70x7

7.38

9.4

70

7

9

1.97

4.95

2.79

42.3

2.12

8.41

67.1

2.67

17.5

1.36

6.28

70x70x8

9.34

11.9

70

9

9

2.05

4.95

2.90

52.6

2.1

10.6

83.1

2.64

22.0

1.36

7.59

80x80x8

8.49

10.8

80

7

10

2.21

5.66

3.13

64.2

2.44

11.1

102

3.07

26.5

1.57

8.48

80x80x9

9.63

12.3

80

8

10

2.26

5.66

3.19

72.2

2.43

12.6

115

3.06

29.9

1.56

9.37

80x80x10

11.9

15.1

80

10

10

2.34

5.66

3.3

87.5

2.41

15.4

139

3.03

36.4

1.55

11

100x100x8

12.2

15.5

100

8

12

2.74

7.07

3.87

145

3.06

19.9

230

3.85

59.9

1.96

15.5

100x100x9

15

19.2

100

10

12

2.82

7.07

3.99

177

3.04

24.6

280

3.83

73

1.95

18.3

100x100x10

17.8

22.7

100

12

12

2.9

7.07

4.11

207

3.02

29.1

328

3.8

85.7

1.94

20.9

120x120x9

18.2

23.2

120

10

13

3.31

8.49

4.69

313

3.67

36

497

4.63

129

2.36

27.5

120x120x10

19.9

25.4

120

11

13

3.36

8.49

4.75

341

3.66

39.5

541

4.62

140

2.35

29.5

120x120x11

21.6

27.5

120

12

13

3.4

8.49

4.8

368

3.65

4.27

584

4.6

152

2.35

31.6

120x120x12

23.3

29.7

120

13

13

3.44

8.49

4.86

394

3.64

44

625

4.59

162

2.34

33.3

140x140x14

27.5

35

140

13

15

3.92

9.9

5.54

638

4.27

63.3

1010

5.38

262

2.74

47.3

140x140x15

27.3

34.8

150

12

16

4.12

10.6

5.83

737

4.6

67.7

1170

5.8

303

2.95

52


I Sections


I

STEEL GRADE S 235 JR/JO; S355 JR/JO; S 355 J2 AS PER EN 10025-1:2004,
SIZES/TOLERANCES AS PER SR EN 10024:1998


Designation

A

G


Dimensions

Section propreties

Sx

x-x

y-y

h

b

t

d=R

r

lx

Wx

ix

ly

Wy

iy

Cm2

kg/m

mm

Cm4

Cm3

cm

Cm4

Cm3

cm

Cm3

I 120

14.2

11.2

120

58

7.7

5.1

3.1

328

54.6

4.8

21.5

7.41

1.2

31.8

I 140

18.3

14.4

140

66

8.6

5.7

3.4

573

81.9

5.6

36.2

10.7

1.4

47.7

I 160

22.8

17.9

160

74

9.5

6.3

3.8

935

117

6.4

54.7

14.8

1.6

68


Sx – Static moment of section

         

Denumire
Designation

Tolerances

h

b

t

mm

I 120

+/- 2

+/- 1.5

-0.5

I 140

I 160


U Sections

U

Steel grade S 235 JR/JO; s355 jR/jO; s 355 j2  as per  EN 10025-1:2004
sizes/tolerances AS PER SR EN 10279:2002

Designation

A

G


Dimensions

Section propreties

ey

x-x

y-y

h

b

d

t

R

r

lx

Wx

ix

ly

Wy

iy

cm2

kg/m

mm

cm4

cm3

cm

cm4

cm3

cm

cm

U 80

11

8.6

80

45

6

8

8

4

106

26.5

3.1

19.4

6.36

1.3

1.45

U 100

13.5

10.6

100

50

6

8.5

8.5

4.5

205

41.2

3.9

29.3

8.49

1.5

1.55

U 120

17

13.4

120

55

7

9

9

4.5

364

60.7

4.6

43.2

11.1

1.6

1.6

U 140

20.4

16

140

60

7

10

10

5

605

86.4

5.5

62.7

14.8

1.8

1.75

U 160

24

18.8

160

65

7.5

10.5

10.5

5.5

925

116

6.2

85.3

18.3

1.9

1.84

U 180

 28

 22

180

 70

 8

 11

 11

 5.5

 1350

 150

 6.95

 114

 22.4

 2.02

 1.92

U 200

 32.2

 25.3

200

 75

 8.5

 11.5

 11.5

 6

 1910

 191

 7.7

 148

 27

 2.14

 2.01


Designation

Tolerances

h

b

t

mm

±1.5

-0.5

U 80

±2.0

U 100

U 120

±2.0

U 140

U 160

-1.0

U 180

U 200*

 

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