A Steel Channel is a profile made of carbon steel billets. Its cross-sectional shape is made of a horizontal axis and two vertical wings in the shape of the letter U. These vertical wings have a rounded curvature at the inner angles of the cross section. Industrial and construction studs that are produced with hot sheet, and hot or cold galvanized if needed. Steel Channels are available in heights from 31 to 811 mm and are mostly used to build load-bearing bridges or other items.


Steel Channels Standards

Steel Channels are usually made within these three standards:

  •  DIN-1026 or UPN or UNP
  • Corrosion Resistant DIN EN ISO 12944-3
  • NF A 45-255