I-Beams, also known as H-Beams have and I or H cross-section. The horizontal elements of the “I” are flanges while the vertical element is the “web”. I-Beams are commonly made of structural steel but can be formed out of aluminum. I-beams are most widely used in construction and can have an application for use in both beams as well as columns. Infra-Metals offers many different sizes, lengths, and specifications for I-beams.
Standard specification for carbon structural steel. This specification covers shapes of structural quality for use in riveted, bolted, or welded construction of bridges and buildings, and for general structural purposes. Learn More+
Standard specification for carbon and high-strength low-alloy shapes. This specification covers shapes, and bars intended for use in bridges. Seven grades are available in four yield strengths. Learn More+
Standard specification for steel for structural shapes for use in building framing. This specification covers rolled shapes for use in building framing or bridges, or for general structural purposes. Learn More+
Standard specification for high-strength low-alloy structural steel. This specification covers shapes for welded, riveted, or bolted construction but intended primarily for use in welded bridges and buildings where savings in weight or added durability is important. The atmospheric corrosion resistance of this steel in most environments is substantially better than that of carbon steels with or without copper addition. Learn More+
Standard specification for high-strength low-alloy structural steel. This specification covers five grades of high-strength low-alloy shapes intended for riveted, bolted, or welded construction of bridges, or for other construction applications. Learn More+