IPR Beams

In charge of supporting the loads of slabs or flat elements placed on them, in addition to transferring these loads into the columns, from the latter into their footings, and from them into soil.

As a rigid structural element, IPR beams are arranged horizontally to connect columns.

These beams are characterized by their cross-section shape, length, and materials. One of the most common types of steel beam is the I-beam or Wide Flange Beam (also known as “universal beam,” or for the thicker sections, “universal column”).


Weights, dimensions, and tolerances expressed here are theoretical, and may vary +/- 5%.
Keep in mind that actual product shapes and colors may vary from what is displayed in your computer screen.
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