Last updated on July 12th, 2023 by Myla Pablo
An Angle Bar, also known as an L-Bracket or Angle Iron, is a 90° metal bracket that is often used in roof trusses. On support beams and structural platforms, Angle Bars can also provide dependable stability and corrosion resistance.
Angle Bars can also provide dependable stability and corrosion resistance on support beams and structural platforms. It is frequently put within or around the margins of beams and other platforms that may not be capable of carrying the anticipated weight.
Angle bars provide excellent stability and durability when combined with other structural components. Hot rolling permits these materials to have low deformation resistance and relieve internal tensions in their metallurgical architecture, making them useful for a variety of applications.
Angle bars give additional strength and stability to any building. Similarly, industries will continue to develop cost-effective ways to use these metal products, particularly in load-bearing applications.
Angle bars are the most commonly used in the construction industry from framing of ceilings to protect any edges and corners that are required to hold their shape. Angle bars are commonly made from hot-rolled carbon steel or high-strength low-alloy steel. Depending on the intended function, a steel angle might have equal or unequal legs.
Also, Angle bars, when used as concrete reinforcement for columns or foundations, can minimize the amount of concrete required. This efficiently enhances stability while preserving the benefits of the strength-to-weight ratio.
Angle bars can also be used instead of other regularly used reinforcing materials like steel rebars. Angle bars can possibly minimize rework and enhance impact strength for a variety of structures, resulting in significant cost savings for any building construction project.
These comes from various sizes and length but the most commonly used and sold are 6m commercial length and they can also be used as a means of providing vertical as well as horizontal support for a steel tube structure.
The table below shows the latest retail July 2023 prices of angle bars in Philippines Peso price per pieces including its size dimension.
Price and Standard Sizes of Angle Bars in the Philippines
|25mm x 25mm||3.00 mm||395.00|
|1 – 1/4 x 1 – 1/4||4.00 mm||610.00|
|1 – 1/2 x 1 – 1/2||3.00 mm||518.00|
|1 – 1/2 x 1 – 1/2 (Yellow)||3.00 mm||465.00|
|1 – 1/2 x 1 – 1/2||3.50 mm||554.00|
|1 x 1||3.00 mm||410.00|
|2 x 2||3.00 mm||620.00|
|2 – 1/2 x 2 – 1/2||6.00 mm||1550.00|
|3 x 3||4.50 mm||1442.00|
|32 mm x 32 mm||3.00 mm||710.00|
|50 mm x 50 mm||5.00 mm||1390.00|
UPDATED: Construction Material Prices for Angle Bars in the Philippines (July 2023)
UPDATED: All Construction Prices are based on retail prices around hardware in Metro Manila
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