A prefabricated tubular steel column, usually filled with concrete, used as a structural support beneath a ground floor; a prominent architectural feature of basement rec rooms.
A post supporting a girder or I-beam.
support column consisting of a steel cylinder filled with concrete
Support column or spot footings, interior footings for support.
A round steel cylinder usually filled with concrete to support overhead beams.
A steel tube filled with concrete used to support girders or other floor beams.
A concrete filled steel pipe used to support beams.
A circular pipe filled with concrete that supports girders and beams.
A round steel pillar used to support a beam or joist. Usually it is concrete-filled.
Tradename; a hollow steel column, sometimes filled with concrete.
A steel pipe usually filled with concrete and used as a support column beneath girders and beams.
Steel post filled with concrete used in basements to support the floor weight.
A STEEL TUBE, SOMETIMES FILLED WITH CONCRETE, USED TO SUPPORT FLOOR BEAMS (GIRDERS).
steel pipe with concrete-filled post used to support girders.
Circular, concrete filled pipe, which is used as a support for beams and girders.
A lally column is an architectural term for a long, round, steel pipe oriented vertically to provide support to beams or timbers stretching over long spans. Lally columns are typically positioned in the middle of the span to bear the weight of the structure, and to reduce the tendency of the structure to sag or flex. The lally column is usually, but not always, filled with concrete to provide additional rigidity and strength.