Structural steel describes hot rolled steel products such as angles, channels and beams. An integral part of infrastructure building, they give shape and strength to buildings, bridges, transmission line towers, industrial sheds and other structures. We not only make structurals of standard dimensions, but also customized products for specific applications, economically and quickly. Our forte lies in rolling customer-specific products at low cost. To ensure quality, each batch in thoroughly tested for chemical and mechanical properties before clearing for dispatch. After piece-by-piece manual inspection, nesting and building is done to suit the user’s requirement and ease of erection at site. Availability of raw materials from in-house production enable production economies that eventually benefit the customer.
With an array of high quality Structural products under the brand ‘SEL’, backed by world-class service and its other products, Shyam Metalics holds its pride of place among the leading steel manufacturers of the country and material directly from the DRHP
The most commonly found steel angles are formed at a 90 degree angle and as two legs of EQUAL length. The sides are either equal or of different sizes, if one leg is longer than the other then it is known as UNEQUAL angle. The steel angles of various strength like HT/MS are formed as required by different applications. We offer durable and high strength steel angles
A universal beam has an “I” cross section with its main application in the structural frames of industrial sheds and large buildings known for excellent industrial usage widely in the building and construction industry. These beams in mild steels are also known for their ability to comply with the technical specifications as detailed to us by our clients.
Channels are a right angle “C” section. They are also called C Channels. Along with beams, channels are mainly used in structural applications. Mostly MS channels are used as support and guide. These are widely reckoned for their quality and durability
as of March 31, 2020 (Source: CRISIL Report)