The Indian Standard Medium Channel (ISMC) is a weight chart used to calculate the weight of various steel products in India. The weights are calculated based on the dimensions of the products, such as width, height, and length. This weight chart is used by manufacturers to determine the price of their products, as well as by customers to compare the prices of different products. The ISMC weight chart is an important tool for both manufacturers and consumers in the steel industry in India.
Importance of using the ISMC Weight Chart
There are many reasons why it is important to use the ISMC Weight Chart when you are looking for steel beams. The most important reason is that this chart provides accurate information about the weight of different sizes of steel beams. This means that you can be sure that you are ordering the right size beam for your project.
Another reason to use the ISMC Weight Chart is that it can help you save money on your project. If you know the weight of the beam you need, you can often find a better price by ordering a larger size beam and then cutting it down to the size you need. This can be a significant saving over buying a custom-size beam.
The ISMC Weight Chart is also a valuable tool for comparing different types of steel beams. By knowing the weights of different types and sizes of beams, you can make sure that you are getting the strongest possible beam for your project. This can be critical in some applications where strength is paramount.
Finally, the ISMC Weight Chart provides a convenient reference for identifying steel beams. When you are looking at abeam in a store or online, it can be difficult to determine its exact size and weight. However, if you refer to the chart, you can quickly and easily identify the beam you need based on its dimensions and weight. This can save you time and frustration when shopping for steel beams.
How to use the ISMC Weight Chart
The ISMC Weight Chart is a tool used by Indian steel manufacturers to calculate the weight of various steel products. The chart is based on the ISMC standard, which defines the dimensions and weights of steel products.
To use the ISMC Weight Chart, simply select the product you wish to calculate the weight for from the drop-down menu. Enter the dimensions of the product, then click “Calculate Weight”. The weight will be displayed in kilograms.
If you’re not sure of a product’s dimensions, you can also browse the chart by product category. Simply select the category from the drop-down menu, then choose the specific product from the list. The dimensions and weight will be displayed for that product.
What are the benefits of using the ISMC Weight Chart?
There are numerous benefits to using the ISMC Weight Chart when looking to purchase steel beams. Firstly, by using this chart you can more easily identify the correct size and weight of Indian Standard Medium Channel (ISMC) steel beams that you need for your construction project. Secondly, the use of this chart allows for a more accurate estimate of the total cost of materials required for your project. Finally, the ISMC Weight Chart provides a convenient reference point for future projects.
Angle/Channel/Beam sections Indian Standards
ISMB: Indian Standard Medium Weight Beam
ISMC – Indian Standard Medium Weight Channel
ISJB: Indian Standard Junior Beams
ISLB: Indian Standard Light Weight Beams
ISWB: Indian Standard Wide Flange Beams
In Australia, Universal Beams (UB) and Columns are well-known brand names (UC).
Ms Channel Weight in Kg
|Indian Standard||Sizes||Weight in Kg Per Foot||Weight in Kg per Meter|
|ISMC/ ISMB/ ISA||75 * 40 * 4.8||2.176||7.14|
|ISMC/ ISMB/ ISA||100 * 50 * 5||2.914||9.56|
|ISMC/ ISMB/ ISA||125 * 65 * 5.3||3.993||13.10|
|ISMC/ ISMB/ ISA||150 * 75 * 5.7||5.121||16.80|
|ISMC/ ISMB/ ISA||175 * 75 * 6||5.975||19.60|
|ISMC/ ISMB/ ISA||200 * 75 * 6.2||6.798||22.30|
|ISMC/ ISMB/ ISA||250 * 82 * 9||10.426||34.2|
|ISMC/ ISMB/ ISA||300 * 90 * 7.8||11.067||36.3|
|ISMC/ ISMB/ ISA||400 * 100 * 8.8||15.274||50.1|
JINDAL make Weight Channel Chart
|Depth (mm) * Flange (mm) * Sectional Weight (kg/m)|
|ISMC 250 * 80 * 30.6||ISMC 300 * 90 * 36.3|
|ISMC 250 * 82 * 34.2||ISMC 300 * 92 * 41.5|
|ISMC 250 * 83 * 38.1||ISMC 300 * 93 * 46.2|
|ISMC 250 * 83 * 38.1||ISMC 400 * 100 * 50.1|
SAIL (Steel Authority of India Limited)
Structural steel section sizes and weight of beams/joists, channels, and angles
|Channel||Bhilai Steel Plant|
|75 * 40 * 4.8||7.14||10 to 12|
|100 * 50 * 5||9.56|
|125 * 65 * 5.3||13.1||10 to 11.5|
|125 * 66 * 6||13.7||for all dimensions|
|150 * 75 * 5.7||16.8|
|150 * 76 * 6.5||17.7|
|175 * 75 * 6||19.6|
|200 * 75 * 6.2||22.3|
|200 * 76 * 7.5||24.3|
|250 * 82 * 9||34.2||10 to 12|
|300 * 90 * 7.8||36.3||for all dimensions|
|400 * 100 * 8.8||50.1|
VIZAG (RINL: – RASHTRIYA ISPAT NIGAM LIMITED )
Steel Channel Weight Per Kg
|Side(mm) * Side(mm) * Thickness range (mm)||Section Weight (Kg/m)|
|MC *40 * 32 * 5||4.82|
|MC 75 * 40 * 4.8||7.14|
|MC 100 * 50 * 5||9.56|
|MC 125 * 65 * 5.3||13.1|
|MC 150 * 75 * 5.7||16.8|
|Steel Channel||IS :808 – 1989 / IS :3954 – 1981|
|Tolerance as per:-|
|Steel Channel||IS :1852 – 1985 / IS :3954 – 1981|
|Grades as per:-|
|Steel Channel||IS :2062 :E250 A – 2006|
ISMC Weight Chart Per Meter and Kg
|Type||Weight per meter (kg)||Depth of Section(mm)||Sectional area(cm²)||Thickness of Flange(mm)||Width of Flange(mm)||Thickness of web(mm)|
Structural Steel Channel Weight Calculator
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How to figure out how much the mild steel channel weighs?
Mild steel channels are U-shaped steel structures that can be described by the size and thickness of their sides. Mild steel channels have two parts: the flange at the bottom and the web at the top. The flange is the horizontal part at the bottom, and the web is the vertical part at the top.
It has sides that are not the same length. For example, a Mild Steel channel has sides that are 100 mm wide and 50 mm wide, and it is 5 mm thick.
MS channel size
We know that MS channel consists of flange and web, it comes in several sizes ranging between 75×40×4.8 mm to 400× 100× 8.8 mm.
The weight of the MS channel is calculated in Kg per meter or in Kg per foot. Clearly higher dimensions will have higher weighted values and lower dimensions have a lower weight value.
For example, an MS channel has a dimension of 100×50×5 mm
Mild Steel Channel Unit Weight
Unit weight of MS channel calculated by formula weight = volume × density & density of steel is 7850 Kg/m3 and volume is calculated by multiplying web height × flange width × thickness.
Mild Steel Channel Weight in kg per Meter
MS Web Volume
MS Channel Size = 100×50×5 mm
Web Depth = 100 mm =0.1m
Web Thickness = 5 mm=0.005 m
Web Length = 1 m
Volume = l×b×h
Volume = 0.1×0.005×1 m3
Web Volume = 0.0005 m3
- Two flange Volume
MS Channel Size = 100×50×5 mm
Flange Width = 50_5 mm =45mm=0.045 m
Flange Thickness = 5 mm=0.005 m
Flange Length = 1 m
Volume = l×b×h
Volume = 0.045×0.005×1 m3
Flange Volume = 0.000225 m3
Two Flange Volume = 0.000225×2 m3
Two Flange Volume of = 0.000450 m3
MS channel Total volume
Total volume = volume of flange+ volume of web
Total volume = 0.000450 +0.0005 m3
Total volume =0.000950m3
4) Weight of MS channel
Weight = volume× density
Volume = 0.000950 m3
Density of steel = 7850 kg/m3
Weight = 0.000950m3×7850 kg/m3
Weight of MS channel = 7.45 kg/m
Ans: MS channel unit weight will be 7.45 kg
The ISMC (Indian Standard Medium Channel) Weight chart is a great resource for those looking to find out the weight of various steel products. This chart includes the weights of various sizes of ISMCs, so it is useful for a variety of applications. This chart is especially helpful for those in the construction industry, as it can help them determine how much steel they need for their projects.
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