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  • Stronger and more sustainable steels

Webinar on galvanised high strength steels for structural engineering, 7 July 2021

In association with Steligence®, ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products organised a webinar on galvanised high strength steels for structural engineering.

Cold-formed steel profiles are important components of building structures. They are commonly used to design primary or secondary structures to support floors, roofs & facades elements in the form of purlins, rails & deckings.

They distribute the various loads from the building envelope to the main frame and the foundations.
They are also used in other structural applications such as silos & tanks, conventional or high-bay racks and solar mounting systems.


During this webinar, we presented the range of metallic coated high strength steels for these applications, available in two standard families: construction grades and high strength low alloy (HSLA) grades. We explained their specific properties.

We emphasised how the range of HyPer® steel grades for construction is fulfilling the material requirements of the Eurocode 3 design and material rules to enable building owners to construct safe and cost-effective buildings. Indeed, even at a slightly higher costs, these grades allow to design more effective structures and save weight thus reducing the overall cost of each project.

Last but not least, reducing weight and material quantities thanks to high strength steel is a strong and immediate lever to reduce the environmental footprint of steel solutions.

View the replay of the webinar

All you need to know about our high strength steels for structural engineering

Catalogue sheet on hot dip galvanised steels
Catalogue sheet on steels coated with Magnelis®

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