Horizontal beams in the structure of a lock gate.
Long products that are rolled from billets. The two common categories are merchant bar and reinforcement bar (rebar). Merchant bars include rounds, flats, angles, squares and channels. These products are often further processed to produce a wide variety of products such as furniture, stair railing, farm equipment, etc. Reinforcement bars are used predominantly for reinforcing concrete structure such as highways, bridges and buildings. At our plant in Singapore, we only produce rounds ranging from 10mm to 32mm and reinforcement bars from 10mm to 50mm.
Thin strips separating the pane or panes of glass in a sash.
horizontal bars, diminutive of a fess probably reminders of reinforcement at the back of the shield.
Stainless steel formed into long shapes from billets. They can be rounds, squares, hexagons, octagons or flats, either hot or cold finished.
A narrow rabbeted, horizontal or vertical sash or door member in an authentic divided lite unit, extending from rail to rail or stile to stile along the total length or width of the glass opening.
Also known as the Fret. The bars at the front of the grate that retain the fuel, can be either horizontal or vertical.
Long steel products that are rolled from billets. Merchant bar and reinforcing bar (rebar) are two common categories of bars, where merchants include rounds, flats, angles, squares, and channels that are used by fabricators to manufacture a wide variety of products such as furniture, stair railings, and farm equipment. Rebar is used to strengthen concrete in highways, bridges and buildings (see Sheet Steel).