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ASTM A36 is a Carbon Steel employed in general construction use and applications. The physical properties of ASTM A36 is a Carbon Steel accommodate a minimum yield of 36,000 PSI and a minimum tensile of 58,000 PSI. This steel grade is one of Allied Steel's most popular fabricated metals due to its outstanding overall strength. ASTM A36 Carbon Steel meets stringent chemistry composition standards, including specific amounts of Carbon, Manganese, Phosphorus, Copper, Chromium, Silicon, Sulfur, Nickel, and Vanadium. ASTM A36 is a Carbon Steel that is exceptionally bendable, has excellent machinability characteristics, is easily welded, cut, drilled, and is employed in a myriad of steel fabrication applications, both in commercial and residential construction. Examples are everywhere, including steel brackets, racking systems, fabricated rail tracks, small building framing, residential homes needing a flitch plate to remove a lolly column, framed canopy, header beams/Flitch beams, and heavy equipment repair parts.
ASTM A529 is a high-strength low alloy steel grade for structural shapes such as angles, channels, bars, and plates. This specification represents the physical properties of minimum yield strength of 50,000 psi and tensile strength of 70,000 psi min. These steel products are used in multiple applications, and this grade is equivalent to the A572 Steel grade. Material grade specification can depend on the specific producer classifying the shapes, either A572 low alloy steel grade or A529 low alloy steel grade. This grade of material is used for higher stress and strength loads when constructing larger structures, including high-rise buildings, bridges, towers, and large machinery and equipment. This material is easily fabricated, drilled, bent, riveted, machined, and welded for limitless types of construction and restoration.
ASTM A572-GR50/A709-GR50/A992 is a High Strength Low Alloy Steel used in steel construction applications. ASTM A572-GR50/A709-GR50/A992 sustains chemical characteristics including higher Manganese and Carbon levels along with the additional elements such as Copper, Nickel, Chromium, Phosphorus, Silicon, Sulfur, Columbium/Niobium, Molybdenum, and Vanadium and offers physical characteristics of a minimum yield of 50,000 PSI and a minimum tensile strength of 65,000 PSI. This steel grade is recognized for its increased strength, used for construction purposes that demand higher increased strength loads such as bridges and building construction and construction equipment. High Strength Low Alloy Steel is a durable and robust metal that includes properties that allow it to be easily welded, machinable, and highly formable, used in many steel applications and uses. Charpy V-Notch impact Tests are available upon request. The favored material specification in most recent years for steel I-beams and wide flange beams is the A992, having replaced the typical ASTM A36 Carbon Structured Steel and A572 High Strength Low Alloy Steel grades, although A36 High Strength Low Alloy Steel and A572 High Strength Low Alloy Steel are widely still used.
ASTM A588 is a High Strength Low Alloy Steel also known as "Weathering Steel" or "Corten Steel." ASTM A588 is employed in construction applications and maintains a minimum yield strength of 50,000 PSI and a minimum tensile of 70,000 PSI. Weathering Steel/Corten Steel provides significant atmospheric corrosion resistance properties exceeding twice that of regular Carbon Steel. Construction Applications for ASTM A588 High Strength Low Alloy Steel include bridge building and more substantial commercial construction such as structures exposed to significant weather elements. This steel grade was developed to offer high strength and eliminate the need to be painted due to the chemical properties, including more elevated amounts of copper, nickel, and chromium and the standard Carbon, Manganese, Chromium, and Vanadium. Over time this High Strength Low Alloy Steel will rust, creating a protective barrier that protects the metal and resists corrosion. A typical example would be the safety guard rail seen on highways appearing to be rusted when the material grade is A588. As the A588 steel material oxidizes, the barrier between the raw metal and the outdoor elements becomes more significant, thus extending the product's usable life.
ASTM A500 steel is the metal grade Standard for cold-form welded and Seamless Carbon Steel Structural Tubing. Available in a multitude of different shapes, including square, round, and rectangle commonly employed in construction projects in need of properties of a yield strength between 46,000 and 50,000 PSI and tensile strength between 58,000 and 62,000 PSI. Typical chemistry composition includes .26% Carbon and 1.35% Manganese and the remaining elements such as Copper, Silicon, Phosphorus, Vanadium, Nickel, Chromium, Molybdenum, and Sulfur. ASTM A500 steel is used to produce products commonly associated with Hollow Structural Sections (HSS). The ASTM A500 steel grade is frequently used in general, commercial, and residential construction due to its exceptional range of structural fabrication properties.
ALLIED STEEL STRUCTURAL STEEL SHAPES AND PRODUCTS ARE FABRICATED AT OUR STEEL WAREHOUSE AND ARE AVAILABLE IN VARIOUS LENGTHS:
STEEL ANGLES/ANGLE IRON 20', 40'
STEEL BEAMS S & I 20’, 40’, 50’
WIDE FLANGE BEAMS 20’, 25’ 30’ 40’, 50’, 60’
STEEL CHANNELS/C CHANNELS 20’, 30’,40’
STEEL FLAT BARS 12, 20’, 25’
STEEL PIPE 21’, 42’
TUBING HSS 20', 24', 40', 48', 60'
STEEL ROUND BARS 12', 20'
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