Build-up sections refer to structural steel members that are created by combining two or more individual steel sections together. This is typically done through a process of welding the sections together, which creates a single, larger, and stronger beam that can be used for a wide range of construction and engineering applications.
Build-up sections can be customized to meet the specific needs of a project, with a range of sizes, shapes, and configurations available. This allows architects, engineers, and contractors to design and construct structures that are tailored to their unique needs and requirements.
One of the key advantages of build-up sections is their strength and durability. By combining two or more individual steel sections together,
build-up sections can provide a stronger and more robust beam than a single, standard section would. This makes them ideal for applications where heavy loads need to be supported, such as in industrial facilities or large-scale infrastructure projects.