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I have to join two beam together with a profil : I

I think that those profils has angles... Does anyone know a mean to join the two beams(nose to nose) and have information about the forms and dimensions of thoses kinds of beam (internet site,...)



You'll find beam dimensions in the site below.
Don't understand what you mean by 'I think that those profils has angles...'.
Supposing that by 'nose to nose' you mean that you want to make a single beam from two (equal) shapes, you can weld them or use a flanged joint. However you'll need an experienced engineer to assist you.


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Hello and thanks to reply...

I cannot use welding cause I want to have thoses beams able to unassembly ... and i know that there are specials waschers for this kind of job because of this angle in the profil .. the drawing profil of your site is not representive this detail...


I think you mean its a sloping flange beam. I would suggest a flanged connection or a plate splice connection. By this I mean web and flange plates(assuming the two profiles are similar.

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