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Square hollow sections are also commonly known as box section and are mainly used as post supports on a range of structures. Square hollow sections (SHS) are described by their depth, width and wall thickness for example in 100 x 100 x 10 the 10 mm represents the wall thickness of the SHS. The square hollow section we stock is cold formed with the joint seam welded on the inside of the section.
We hold a large stock of square hollow section which can be ordered in lengths of either 3575 mm or 7500 mm. We can cut your box section to size please select the length (3750 mm or 7500 mm ) you will require for your cut to be made and add the size you need cut in the comments section when you checkout. For example if you require a length of 2500 mm then select a 3750 mm length ,add it your basket and then tell us the length you require to be cut in the comments box when you check out.
If you would prefer to discuss your order with our experienced team then please contact the office on 0118 9757500.
Hollow steel beams are structural elements that are used in construction and engineering. They are typically made from steel plate that is rolled into a beam shape and welded together along the seam. The interior of the beam is hollow, which makes it lighter in weight than a solid beam of the same size and material. This can make them easier to handle and transport, as well as less expensive to produce. Hollow steel beams are used in a variety of applications, including as support beams in buildings, bridges, and other structures. They can also be used in the construction of machinery and equipment. The strength and stiffness of hollow steel beams can be controlled by the thickness of the steel plate and the size of the beam, as well as the shape of the cross-section.
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