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We hold a large stock of PFC Channel and can cut to your requirements up to a maximum length of 12m. Due to the large amount of stock we hold we are able to offer a fast turnaround for collection and delivery within 2-4 working days, meaning you get the materials you need quickly. We offer a next day collection on all straight cut channel on orders placed between Sunday and Thursday.
Your PFC Channel can come ready primed just select the paint yes/no option and once you save this it will enable you to enter the length of channel you require. You can also add service and timber holes to your PFC Channel so that it arrives ready to be installed. If you need a plate on your channel please see our PFC Channel with plate section, select the cavity you require and place your order.
If you require any assistance with your order then please do not hesitate to contact our experienced team on 0118 9757500.
PFC stands for "parallel flange channel," and it is a type of structural steel beam used in the construction of buildings and other structures. PFC channels have a cross-section that is shaped like a capital letter C, with a flat top and bottom surface (called the flanges) and two vertical sides (called the webs). The flanges of PFC channels are parallel to each other, which gives them their name. PFC channels are similar to other types of structural steel beams, such as wide flange beams and I-beams, but they have a different shape and are used in specific applications. They are typically used as support beams in construction, and are known for their strength, durability, and resistance to corrosion. PFC channels are made of steel and are used in a variety of applications, including in the construction of buildings, bridges, and other structures, as well as in the manufacture of machinery and equipment.
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