Stainless Steel Unequal Angle
Stainless steel unequal angles, often referred to as stainless steel unequal leg angles or stainless steel angle irons, are structural components made from stainless steel that have two legs of unequal length that form an “L” shape. They are commonly used in various industries, including construction, manufacturing, and engineering, due to their structural stability, corrosion resistance, and aesthetic appeal.
The term “unequal angle” signifies that the two legs of the angle have different lengths. One leg is longer than the other, which makes the angle unsymmetrical. These angles are used when the load-bearing requirements or the specific design considerations call for unequal lengths.
Typically, stainless steel unequal angles can undergo processes like hot rolling and laser fusion for fabrication. Additionally, they are amenable to procedures such as cutting, forming, bending, threading, drilling, and welding.
Available stainless steel angle specification
Stainless steel unequal angles come in a variety of sizes, grades, and finishes, offering versatility for different applications. This allows for customization based on specific requirements.
- Grades: 304/304l, 201, 316/316l, 430
- Size: 20-300mm
- Finish: Pickling, mirror,
Stainless steel unequal angles find application across diverse industries, particularly in scenarios characterized by harsh weather conditions or corrosive environments. These include chemical environments, outdoor structures, food and beverage processing, as well as aquatic environments.
Below is our stainless steel unequal angles basic uses, including:
Structural Support: They are often used as structural elements in buildings, bridges, and other constructions where strength and stability are important.
Architectural Applications: Due to their aesthetic appeal and durability, stainless steel unequal angles are commonly used in architectural designs, such as decorative trims, handrails, and supports.
Manufacturing Equipment: These angles can be integrated into machinery and equipment to provide structural support or act as brackets.
Furniture: Stainless steel unequal angles are sometimes used in the construction of furniture pieces, both for their structural integrity and modern appearance.
Marine and Coastal Applications: The corrosion-resistant properties of stainless steel unequal angle make it suitable for applications near saltwater or in marine environments.
Food and Pharmaceutical Industries: Stainless steel unequal angle is also preferred in food processing and pharmaceutical facilities where cleanliness and hygiene are critical.
Stainless steel unequal angle sizes
Stainless steel unequal angles come in various sizes to accommodate different structural and design requirements. The sizes are usually specified in terms of the length of the longer leg, the length of the shorter leg, and the thickness of the material. Here are some common examples of stainless steel unequal angle sizes:
|75 mm x 50 mm x 6 mm||100 mm x 65 mm x 8 mm||150 mm x 90 mm x 10 mm||200 mm x 120 mm x 12 mm|
|Longer Leg||75 mm||100 mm||150 mm||200 mm|
|Shorter Leg||50 mm||65 mm||90 mm||120 mm|
|Thickness||6 mm||8 mm||10 mm||12 mm|
You can choose from BA treatment, 2B, No1 & No2, SB, 8K, HL, etc.