What is the difference between hot-rolled h beam and welded H beam?
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Welded H beam: –
Welded H beams are produced by welding different plates together to form a single beam of the required length and shape.
These types of beams are generally suited for specific engineering requirements and perfect for construction projects where standard hot rolled beams are not suitable.
Hot-rolled h beam: –
H-beams gets its name because it looks like a capital H over its cross section. H-beam is a structural beam which is made of rolled steel. It is incredibly strong.