Steel beam ANGELINA
Ihollowfor flooring

steel beam
steel beam
steel beam
steel beam
steel beam
steel beam
steel beam
steel beam
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Cross section
Longitudinal section
for flooring, roof
Other characteristics

Min.: 10 m (32'09")

Max.: 50 m (164'00")


Aesthetic, functional & sustainable Sleek, open, transparent and flexible, Angelina® beams offer a new architectural dimension within an environmentally friendly approach. With their sinusoidal web openings, they elegantly combine function with flexibility, integrating technical installations and optimising the weight/height or load/weight ratio. These lightweight, long-spanning, structural elements enable the design of vast column-free spaces and present an interesting alternative to trusses and open-web joist systems. Thanks to a reduced production time and substantial material savings, Angelina® also meets the economic requirements of your projects. Technical information Angelina® beams are fabricated based on the exclusive use of hot rolled sections. A single cut-out is made in the web by flame cutting and the two obtained T-sections are shifted and rewelded leading to an increase in height. The structural product thus obtained has an increased ratio of moment of inertia to weight. For a given section, height, length, and spacing of openings are variable resulting in extremely adjustable beam geometry and perfect suitability to project requirements. Objective: Optimisation of height/weight ratio Applications: roofing, gangways/footbridges, wide-span purlins Common steel grades: S235, S275, S355 Objective: Optimisation of load/weight ratio Applications: floors, car parks, offshore structures Common steel grades: S355, S460, HISTAR® 460 Base Profiles IPE300 – IPE750, HE240 – HE1000, HL920 – HL1100, HD260 – HD400, UB305 – UB1016, UC305 – UC356, W310 – W1100
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