Gr.300 Welded T Bar

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T bar ,Welded T Bar

t BAR

*Standard :AS3679 AS4100 AS4680 GB11263

*Grade:Gr.250,Gr.300,Q235,Q355

*Welding: Full welding or spot welding.

*Surface:Hot dipped galvanized or agreed

Item Product Description Length(meters)
1 T-bars 180(H)x10+150(V)x10 5.8
2 T-bars 180(H)x10+150(V)x10 6
1 T-bar 180(H)x10+200(V)x10 4.5
2 T-bar 180(H)x10+200(V)x10 5.4
3 T-bar 180(H)x10+250(V)x10 5.9
4 T-bar 180(H)x10+250(V)x10 5.6
5 T-bar 180(H)x10+250(V)x10 5.8
1 T-bar 200(H)x10+150(V)x10 4
2 T-bar 200(H)x10+150(V)x10 5.8
3 T-bar 200(H)x10+150(V)x10 6
1 T-bars 200(V)x6+200(H)x6 2.7
2 T-bars 200(V)x6+200(H)x6 3
3 T-bars 200(V)x6+200(H)x6 3.3
1 T-bar 200(H)X6+200(V)X8 2.7
2 T-bar 200(H)X6+200(V)X8 3
3 T-bar 200(H)X6+200(V)X8 3.3
4 T-bar 200(H)X6+200(V)X8 3.6
5 T-bar 200(H)X6+200(V)X8 3.9
1 T-bar 200(H)x8+200(V)x8 2.4
2 T-bar 200(H)x8+200(V)x8 2.7
3 T-bar 200(H)x8+200(V)x8 3
4 T-bar 200(H)x8+200(V)x8 3.3
5 T-bar 200(H)x8+200(V)x8 3.6
6 T-bar 200(H)x8+200(V)x8 3.9
1 T-bar 200(H)x10+200(V)x10 3
2 T-bar 200(H)x10+200(V)x10 3.3
3 T-bar 200(H)x10+200(V)x10 3.5
4 T-bar 200(H)x10+200(V)x10 4.2
5 T-bar 200(H)x10+200(V)x10 4.5
6 T-bar 200(H)x10+200(V)x10 4.8
7 T-bar 200(H)x10+200(V)x10 5
8 T-bar 200(H)x10+200(V)x10 5.1
9 T-bar 200(H)x10+200(V)x10 5.2
10 T-bar 200(H)x10+200(V)x10 5.3
11 T-bar 200(H)x10+200(V)x10 5.4
12 T-bar 200(H)x10+200(V)x10 5.7
13 T-bar 200(H)x10+200(V)x10 5.8
14 T-bar 200(H)x10+200(V)x10 6
1 T-bar 200(H)x10+250(V)x10 5.2
2 T-bar 200(H)x10+250(V)x10 5.4
3 T-bar 200(H)x10+250(V)x10 5.6
4 T-bar 200(H)x10+250(V)x10 5.8
5 T-bar 200(H)x10+250(V)x10 6
1 T-bar 200(H)x10+250(V)x12 5.2
2 T-bar 200(H)x10+250(V)x12 5.4
3 T-bar 200(H)x10+250(V)x12 6
1 T bars 200(H)x10+300(V)x10 6

Welding
 is a fabrication or sculptural process that joins materials, usually metals or thermoplastics,

by using high heat to melt the parts together and allowing them to cool causing fusion.

Welding is distinct from lower temperature metal-joining techniques such as brazing and soldering,

which do not melt the base metal.

Many different energy sources can be used for welding, including a gas flame (chemical),

an electric arc (electrical), a laser, an electron beamfriction, and ultrasound.

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