Structural steel sheet is a form of steel that utilizes strength and stiffness for specific structural applications. It consists primarily of iron, carbon, and other alloying elements with small amounts of manganese, phosphorus, sulfur, silicon, and copper. Structural steel sheet has a high tensile strength yet is lightweight, making it suitable for large-scale structures like bridges or skyscrapers.
Structural steel sheet is an incredibly versatile material. Its high strength-to-weight ratio makes it suitable for various engineering applications and load-bearing structures. Its anti-corrosion properties ensure long life spans and its malleability allows for easy fabrication into complex shapes or manufacturer-specific designs according to project requirements.