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Lintels

A structural horizontal block that spans the space or opening between two vertical supports. It can be a decorative architectural element, or a combined ornamented structural item.

We have a range of lightweight, easy to install, load bearing, hot dipped, galvanised ribbed steel lintels for use with brick construction in the building industry; specifically designed and tested to support brickwork above window and door openings.

A structural horizontal block that spans the space or opening between two vertical supports. It can be a decorative architectural element, or a combined ornamented structural item.

We have a range of lightweight, easy to install, load bearing, hot dipped, galvanised ribbed steel lintels for use with brick construction in the building industry; specifically designed and tested to support brickwork above window and door openings.

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  • Angles

    Angles

    Description

    Aluminium Angles are lightweight and effortless to work with, offered in a variety of range for widths and thicknesses. All profiles are in mill finish and can be used to make brackets, edge protection, supports, general repair and maintenance all over the home.

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  • Flat_Bars

    Flat_Bars

    Description

    Flat Bar is available in a wide variety of sizes.

    Manufactured in Australia exceeds the minimum requirements of AS/NZS 3679.1 – 300 are useful for engineering construction, manufacturing, mining infrastructure, transport and storage.

    Additional grades available on request. Please contact us to discuss your requirements with experts.

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  • Tbars

    Tbars

    Description

    Tbars are suitable for applications where lintels are needed to support brickwork structure openings. T-Bars are fully machine welded structural lintel beam manufactured in Australia. They are traditional steel sections used in the support of brickwork over large clear openings and are not reliant on composite action. It is metal plate at the bottom that are driven into the earth.

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