How To Calculate The Unit Weight of M.S Angle For Billing
MS Angles are L-shaped structural steel defined by dimension of sides & thickness.
For Example : 20 x 20 x 3 which means, both the sides of angles are 20 mm & thickness is of 3 mm.
There are various sizes of angles which are as follows :
The data given above is indicative. Actual weights may slightly vary.
There is not hard rule to calculate the unit weight of Mild steel angles.
Suppose you have 20 m M.S Angles of size 20 x 20 x 3 stacked at your site. And you want to know the total weight of M.S Angles. Then first you need to find out the unit weight of M.S Angle (20 x 20 x 3). The process of finding the unit weight is very simple. Here is a video by Er. Mukesh Sah from L & T – Learning Technology, explaining How to calculate the weight of M.S Angles for billing purpose.Watch the video carefully. After that multiply Total length of MS Angles (here 20 m) with unit weight to get the Total weight of M.S Angles stacked at your site.
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