Square Steel Tube, Square Steel Pipe

Square hollow sections are often used for columns, however similarly to RHS sections, they are not often used as beams due to its shape that makes it difficult to bolt to other beams and vice versa. SHSs are often called “box sections”. An example is 100 x 100 x 10 SHS, which is 100 mm deep, 100 mm wide and the wall is 10 mm thick. Similarly to RHS sections, hot rolled SHSs are made at the mill as one piece, whereas cold formed SHSs are made of a flat sheet rolled at right angles and welded. It is therefore easy to note the difference, as the cold rolled SHSs have a weld all along its length.


Standard ASTM A500, EN 10210, EN 10219, JIS G3466, BS 1387, BS 6323 PART5

Grades S185, S235, S235JR, S235 G2H, S275, S275JR, S355JRH, S355J2H, St37, ST52

Out diameter 10*10mm - 500*500mm

Wall thickness 0.5mm - 20mm


Surface Conditions                                          Special Features

Hot Rolled                                                           Hard to find sizes Hot Rolled Pickled and Oiled                              Mitre cutting Cold Rolled                                                          High strength steel on request KleenKote                                                             Mult lengths

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