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  • wide flange & H-Pile:

    HOw aRe tHey

    diffeRent?

    While Wide Flange and H-Pile look almost identical in shape, some key differences to consider make them both better for certain applications.

    Wide Flanges are doubly-symmetric shapes with parallel inside flange surfaces. While Wide Flanges can be nearly square in shape, usually they are rectangular in shape and can range from lightweight, (as little as, 14 lbs per foot) to heavyweight, (over 400 lbs per foot.)

    H-piles have parallel flange surfaces, as well as equal web and flange thicknesses. They are always square, meaning their depth and flange thickness are always equal or nearly equal in measurement.

    Wide Flange beams can be used for cross bracing, which is utilizedto reinforce building structures when diagonal supports intersect. The common uses for cross bracing include bridges (for side supports) along with structural foundations. This method maximizes the weight of the load a structure is able to support.

    Wide Flange beams can also be used for waler systems, which are designed for soil conditions that are less stable, such as C-60 and C-80 Soil Types, requiring tight or intermittent Sheet Piling. They offer protection and system flexibility needed to work around crossing utilities and repair points in addition to producing trenches.

    Wide Flange beams may also be used for earth retention systems (retaining walls),which are structures designed and constructed to resist the lateral pressure of the soil when there is a desired change in ground elevation that exceeds the angle at which the soil rests.

    Retaining walls are built to hold back soil which would otherwise move. Their purpose is to stabilize slopes so that areas of

    different elevations can co-exist. Common examples of these areas are surrounding highways, buildings, and railways.

    When Wide Flange is used for retaining walls, the piling is drilled rather than driven. The process removes soil from the ground and the resulting round hole is filled with concrete around the Wide Flange.

    Generally (whether driven with H-Pile or drilled with Wide Flange), the design of these wall systems require the piling to have 2/3 of its length below the ground, leaving 1/3 of the beam above ground. But this may vary depending on environmental conditions, and the specific requirements deemed necessary by the engineers developing the plans.

    In this section of the catalog, along with specifications for Wide Flange, you'll also find information on Wide Flange accessories such as:

    ConneCtors

    Connectors are made to highly stringent standards that form precise, seamless connections between steel Sheet Pile, and other support systems, such as H-Piles, Wide Flange and Pipe Piling.

    Wide Flange H-Pile

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    Wide Flange shapes are doubly-symmetric shapes in which its inside flange surfaces are parallel. R.W. Conklin Steel Supply stocks a wide variety of Wide Flange shapes with sizes ranging from 4 x 13 to 40 x 431.

    wide flangeSpecifications

    detailing diStancetHickneSS

    FLAnGe WeBWeiGht DePthFLAnGe WiDthAreA k k

    1t

    0.43010.9

    0.2706.9

    1928.1

    5.543,590

    5.15131

    5.030128

    W5 x 19 W130 x 28.1

    0.67017.2

    1.66042.4

    3.49088.6

    0.3609.1

    0.2406.1

    1623.8

    4.683,040

    5.01127

    5.000127

    W5 x 16 W130 x 23.8

    0.64016.4

    1.52038.8

    3.49088.2

    0.3458.8

    0.2807.1

    1319.3

    3.832,470

    4.16106

    4.060103

    W4 x 13 W100 x 19.3

    0.68017.4

    1.49038.2

    2.67067.8

    r

    0.40010.29

    0.40010.29

    0.40010.29

    3/8

    3/8

    3/8

    r

    fillet RadiuS

    wide flange4", 5" and 6"

    with mm equivalents

    Web Thickness

    Flange Thickness

    Depth

    Flange Thickness

    Y

    Y

    XX t

    k

    kk1

    5 x 5 130 x 130

    4 x 4 100x100

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    X-X

    W6 x 20 W150 x 29.8

    W6 x 15 W150 x 22.5

    W6 x 25 W150 x 37.1

    W6 x 16 W150 x 24

    W6 x 12 W150 x 18

    W6 x 9 W150 x 13.5

    W6 x 8.5 W150 x 13

    FLAnGe

    0.3659.3

    0.2606.6

    0.45511.6

    0.40510.3

    0.2807.1

    0.2155.5

    0.1944.9

    WeB

    0.2606.6

    0.2305.8

    0.3208.1

    0.2606.6

    0.2305.8

    0.1704.3

    0.1704.3

    Wt

    2029.8

    1522.5

    2537.1

    1624

    1218

    913.5

    8.513

    AreA

    5.873, 820

    4.432, 870

    7.344, 760

    4.903, 160

    3.712, 392

    2.841, 836

    2.671,713

    DPt

    6.20157

    5.99152

    6.38162

    6.28160

    6.03153

    5.90150

    5.83148

    FLAnGe WiDth

    6.020153

    5.990152

    6.080154

    4.030102

    4.000102

    3.940100

    3.940100

    r

    0.368.5

    0.368.5

    0.368.5

    0.40510.29

    0.40510.29

    0.40510.29

    0.40510.29

    41.517.3

    29.312.2

    53.622.3

    0.40010.16

    0.40010.16

    0.40010.16

    0.40010.16

    lX

    k

    0.78319.3

    0.67816.6

    0.87321.6

    0.81020.6

    0.68517.4

    0.62015.8

    0.59915.2

    k1

    0.48511.8

    0.47011.4

    0.51512.6

    0.53513.6

    0.52013.2

    0.49012.4

    0.49012.4

    t

    4.635118.4

    4.635118.8

    4.635118.8

    4.660118.8

    4.660118.2

    4.660118.4

    4.632117.6

    6 x 6 150 x 150

    6 x 4 150 x 100

    in x lbs/ft(mm x kg/m)

    sX

    13.5220

    9.77160

    16.9276

    0.81020.6

    0.68517.4

    0.62015.8

    0.59915.2

    rX

    2.6767.2

    2.5865.1

    2.7168.5

    0.53513.6

    0.52013.2

    0.49012.4

    0.49012.4

    13.35.56

    9.323.87

    17.17.07

    4.660118.8

    4.660118.2

    4.660118.4

    4.632117.6

    4.4172.6

    3.1150.9

    5.6191.8

    0.81020.6

    0.68517.4

    0.62015.8

    0.59915.2

    Zx

    15.1246

    10.8178

    19.1312

    0.53513.6

    0.52013.2

    0.49012.4

    0.49012.4

    Zy

    6.72111

    4.7577.7

    8.58140

    4.660118.8

    4.660118.2

    4.660118.4

    4.632117.6

    1.5038.1

    1.4536.7

    1.5238.5

    0.81020.6

    0.68517.4

    0.62015.8

    0.59915.2

    FiLLet rADiUs

    elaStic PROPeRtieS

    PlaStic MOduluStHickneSS diStance

    Y-Y

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    Wide Flange shapes are doubly-symmetric shapes in which its inside flange surfaces are parallel. R.W. Conklin Steel Supply stocks a wide variety of Wide Flange shapes with sizes ranging from 4 x 13 to 40 x 431.

    wide flangeSpecifications

    wide flange8"

    with mm equivalents

    Web Thickness

    Flange Thickness

    Depth

    Flange Thickness

    Y

    Y

    XX t

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    8 x 8 200 x 200

    8 x 6 1/2200 x 170

    8 x 5 1/4 200 x 130

    8 x 4 200 x 100

    X-XFLAnGe WeBWt AreA DPt

    FLAnGe WiDth

    r

    0.51013

    0.51013

    0.51013

    0.51013

    0.51013

    0.51013

    0.51013

    22894.9

    18476.6

    272113

    14660.8

    12752.9

    11045.8

    98.040.8

    lX

    k

    1.38535

    1.26032

    1.51038

    1.13529

    1.07027

    1.01026

    1.040 26

    k1

    0.76720

    0.71218

    0.79720

    0.69218

    0.66717

    0.65517

    0.65517

    t

    5.981 152

    5.981 152

    5.981 153

    5.981 153

    5.981 152

    5.981 152

    5.981 152

    in x lbs/ft(mm x kg/m)

    sX

    52.0852

    43.2708

    60.4990

    35.5582

    31.2511

    27.5451

    24.3398

    rX

    3.6592.7

    3.6191.7

    3.7294.5

    3.5389.7

    3.5189.2

    3.4788.1

    3.4587.6

    75.131.3

    60.925.3

    88.636.9

    49.120.4

    42.617.7

    37.115.4

    21.79.03

    18.3300

    15.0246

    21.4351

    12.2200

    10.6174

    9.27152

    6.63109

    Zx

    59.8980

    49.0803

    70.11,149

    39.8652

    34.7 569

    30.4498

    27.2446

    Zy

    27.9457

    22.9375

    32.7536

    18.5303

    16.1264

    14.1231

    10.1166

    2.1053.3

    2.0852.8

    2.1253.8

    2.0451.8

    2.0351.6

    2.0251.3

    1.6241.1

    FiLLet rADiUs

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    PlaStic MOduluStHickneSS diStance

    Y-Y

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    W8 x 58 W200 x 86

    W8 x 48 W200 x 71

    W8 x 67 W200 x 100

    W8 x 40 W200 x 59

    W8 x 35 W200 x 52

    W8 x 31 W200 x 46.1

    W8 x 28 W200 x 41.7

    5886

    4871

    67100

    4059

    3552

    3146.1

    17.111, 000

    14.19, 100

    19.712, 700

    11.77, 550

    10.36, 650

    9.135, 860

    8.255, 320

    8.75222

    8.50216

    9.00229

    8.25210

    8.12206

    8.00203

    8.06205

    8.220209

    8.110206

    8.280210

    8.070205

    8.020204

    7.995203

    6.535166

    0.81020.6

    0.68517.4

    0.93523.7

    0.56014.2

    0.49512.6

    0.43511.0

    0.46511.8

    0.51013.0

    0.40010.2

    0.57014.5

    0.3609.1

    0.3107.9

    0.2857.2

    0.2857.2

    W8 x 24 W200 x 35.9

    2435.9

    7.084, 570

    7.93201

    6.495165

    0.40010.2

    0.2456.2

    5.981 152

    0.63516

    0.97525

    0.51013

    82.734.4

    20.9342

    3.4286.9

    18.37.62

    5.6392.3

    1.6140.9

    23.1379

    8.57140

    W8 x 21 W200 x 31.3

    2131.3

    6.164, 030

    8.28210

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