Phone Number: 020 831 186 42

RSJ Steel Beams

Bromley and London

If you are looking for RSJ Steel Beams in Bromley or the surrounding areas of London, contact us today. We work with any industry that requires RSJ steel beams or steel columns fabricated to a high standard.

We deliver RSJ steel beams, columns, Universal beams for London and the surrounding areas.

We also offer bespoke steel fabrication to help you meet the high standards expected from your customers. 

RSJ Steel Beams London

Our specialist fabrication company take pride in providing the highest quality products at the most competitive prices.

We can supply and deliver:

  • Rolled Beams
  • I Beams
  • H Beams
  • Universal Beams
  • Square Steel Beams
  • Hollow Steel Beams
  • Steel Columns
  • Parallel Flange Beams

What does RSJ beam stand for?

RSJ stands for: Rolled Steel Joint. There are various different RSJ beams available including: single beams, T-beams, lintels and shelf angles. Each one serves a specific purpose. So you need to be sure that you order the right RSJ Beam for the job requirements.

Here at Steel Beams London, we provide a professional RSJ steel beam service and cut your beams down to the size you require.

Our company, based in London, has over 30 years of experience and our engineers can give you expert knowledge, and help you with any 3D drawings to ensure the number and shape of the steel beams you need.

RSJ Steel Beams:

Our RSJ Steel Beams are available pre-painted in Red Oxide. Red Oxide primer is an anti-corrosion paint guaranteeing long-term resilience. Therefore they can withstand many weather conditions, climates and surroundings.

Rolled Steel Joists or I Beams :

These are commonly rolled from a solitary piece of structural steel. These are used thoroughly in construction and civil engineering. The structure helps it to stands up to shear forces, while the flanges withstand the larger part of the bending minute experienced by the RSJ. Please visit our website or contact us for more information.

Universal Beams - UB:

Universal beams are usually used as a support mechanism for structural buildings. They are extremely strong and durable, so they can withstand anything! They are definitely the easiest to use, which is why is it most engineers' first choice beam to use. Not only do they last a long time, but they are also light in weight, making them easy to move around and very sturdy.

Structural Steel Beam Sizes And Prices

Steel Beam Sizes And Prices will depend on the amount of steel required. We offer advice according to your specific requirements.

Steel Beams London  can provide structural steel beams at competitive prices throughout London and the surrounding areas:

  • Greater London
  • Buckinghamshire
  • Surrey
  • Essex
  • Berkshire
  • Kent
  • Hertfordshire
  • Central London

We are currently unable to advise on the right size to use. The latest building regulations and the big amount of variables in construction style prevent this.

A structural engineer will be able to help and to supply the called for loading certificate. For doors and window openings we stock a complete series of cationic lintels.

Steel Beam Cost Per Metre

Select your dimensions listed below and tell us the number of metres you want and position your order quickly and easily.

We offer a vast supply for a fast shipment. We could provide steel beams at any length at an affordable cost per metre plus VAT, based on our set carriage prices.

We are also able to provide as much as 8-metre sizes at a competitive cost each metre plus VAT. This may sustain an added delivery cost. Please ask for details.

How are RSJ beams measured?

Below are some calculations used to measure RSJ beams. However, it is always advised to contact a professional to do these measurements for you to ensure accuracy.

Call us today on 020 831 186 42, or send us a message via email, and we will use our RSJ Beam Size Calculator to offer you the best prices available.

RSJ Beam Size Calculator

1 cm4 = 104 mm4 = 10-8 m4 = 0.024 in4

1 cm3 = 103 mm3 = 10-6 m3 = 0.061 in3

1 cm2 = 102 mm2 = 10-4 m2 = 0.16 in2

1 kg/m = 0.67 lb/ft

We use the typical approach for defining the measurements of a common hot rolled steel section. This consists of making use of initials to assign the type of section.  

For example, UB 457 x 152 x 60, is a Universal Beam of small dimensions 457 mm deep, 152 mm broad and weight 60 kg/m.

I-shaped cross-section beams:

Britain: Universal Beams (UB) and Universal Columns (UC).

Europe: IPE. HE. HL. HD and various other areas.

US: Wide Flange (WF) and H areas.

What's the difference between an I beam and an H beam?

An 'H beam' is made with three pieces of metal, in the shape of an 'H.'

These beams are very thick and weigh a lot to ensure they can be used to built structures with significant height.

They also have wide flanges on the top and bottom of the beams to ensure safety and balance.

An 'I beam' is made from just one piece of metal, in the shape of an 'I.'

These beams are relatively thin, and are light in weight, meaning they can't be used to add height to the building structure. They have narrow flanges on the top and bottom of the beams.

What is stronger I beam or H beam?

H beams are stronger than I beams due to the fact they are made of thicker pieces of metal, and are heavier, meaning they can hold more weight.

I beams are only made with one piece of metal and are therefore lighter in weight, and weaker than H beams.

Why We are the Best RSJ Suppliers for London

If you are looking for fabricated steel services that offer the best price for fast delivery of RSJ beams, contact our office today.

Our range of RSJ steel beams combined with our dedication to customer service makes us the leading provider of steel beams for London and the surrounding areas.

Contact us today, and our team will be happy to discuss the delivery of our RSJ steel beams and other fabrication products. We can work with your architectural drawings to design a supply package specific to your project.

Contact Us

Do you require RSJ Steel Beams in Bromley and London? If you would like to find out more information, please visit our website or contact us today on 020 831 186 42.

A member of our experienced team will always be on hand to help answer your queries and questions.

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