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Workstation

The tool workbench is made of aluminum profiles as raw materials, using a variety of aluminum profiles, cutting precision, It is easy to process, and the surface is not rusty. It can be combined with various materials and accessories to assemble into various Various styles of workbenches are beautiful and portable, easy to disassemble and assemble, flexible to adjust, and can be customized on demand.

It does not require maintenance and is widely used in various industrial production industries.


safety & guarding

Aluminum profile small shield Product classification: Industrial fence/protection case The whole is made of aluminum profile 4040 and frosted pc board. The overall appearance is beautiful and atmospheric, relatively stable, and the size can be customized according to requirements


Machine Enclosure Machine Frame

The automobile inspection fixture frame is assembled with aluminum profiles and accessories, and the product is designed according to customer requirements Appropriate frame structure, using heavy-duty profiles and supporting connectors, beautiful products , Atmosphere, high strength, please consult APS online customer service for details


H Steel Beams Size Types (HEA/HEB) -

Steel Beams Sizes (“H” Sections HEA/HEB) H Steel beams HEA/HEB are a very commonly used type of steel profile; Beams: otherwise called “H” sections: continental beams: or HEA/HEB: are available in multiple material grades: the most common are EN 10025 S275 and S355; H sections look similar to I sections: but the flange is wider;

H Beam Standard Chart - The Best Picture Of

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H-Beam vs. I-Beam Connecting Rods | MaXpeedingRods Blog

I`beam vs H`beam is a very controversial topic· You could read 6 articles on H beam vs I beam and chances are high 3 articles will tell you one thing and the other three articles will tell you completely different things· There was a popular opinion for some time that the H beam design is stronger and that the I beam design is lighter·

H Beam & I Beam Weight Calculator & Chart (Free to Use

H,beam is developed from the optimization of I,shaped steel_ The name is derived from the fact that its section is the same as the English letter H_ It is an economic section high,efficiency profile with more reasonable strength,to,weight ratio and more optimized cross,sectional area distribution_

H-Beam vs I-Beam: What's the Difference? | Tampa Steel &

What is an H-Beam? H-beams are shaped like an H. H-beam 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.

H-Beam vs I-Beam | What Is H-Beam | What Is

H beam is a structural beam made of rolled steel, It is incredibly strong, It gets its name because it looks like a capital H over the cross_section, H_beam has wider flanges than I_beam, but I_beam has tapered edges,

Wide Flange Beam – H-Beam - Texas Iron and

Wide flange beam is also known as H`beam due to their distinctive shape, similar to a capital letter “H” when viewed at the cross section; This shape is very efficient for carrying loads of weight without bending; Wide flange beams are structural support materials that are primarily used for building;

Wide Flange Beam – H-Beam - Texas Iron and

Wide flange beam is also known as H.beam due to their distinctive shape: similar to a capital letter “H” when viewed at the cross section. This shape is very efficient for carrying loads of weight without bending. Wide flange beams are structural support materials that are primarily used for building.

Difference Between An H-Beam Vs I-Beam | Intsel Steel

H-beams will typically have more weight than an I-beam, which means it can support heavier loads` That’s not always what you’re looking for in a steel beam, however` Different structures avoid H-beams because the extra weight on the wall can cause a structural problem`