Contact

Head Office Australia:

114 Endeavour Way,

Sunshine West, Victoria,

Australia - VIC 3020

PH: +61 403 361 620

Email: admin@innovativesteel.com.au  

For all urgent assistance please contact:

Gino Trigatti - Business Development Manager

PH: +61 437 572 640

Email: gino.t@innovativesteel.com.au 

Syndney (NSW) contact: 

Sharma Muralidhara - Business Unit Head (NSW)

PH: +61 422 311 220

Email: sharma@innovativesteel.com.au 

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Products

Products

Innovative Steel has successfully developed a model  to manufacture & supply  Australian Standard  ACRS Certified Welded Beams & Columns catering to the Australian & New Zealand mining, commercial and civil infrastructure markets.

Below is a standard product catalogue that we produce but are not limited to, we also produce custom welded sections like Tapered Welded Beams, Box Welded Beams, Castellated Welded Beams, Cell-form Welded Beams, and Asymmetric Welded Beams.

AS/NZS 3679.2:2016
Welded Beams

 

AS/NZS 3679.2:2016
Welded Columns

 

AS/NZS 3678:2016
Hot Rolled Plate

 

Hot Rolled Plates utilized in the manufacturing of Welded Beams & Columns are to AS/NZS 3678 : 2016 ACRS Certified and are available as listed below.

   Grade of Steel:

     - AS/NZS 3678:2016 Grade 300/300L15

     - AS/NZS 3678:2016 Grade 350/350L15

     - AS/NZS 3678:2016 Grade 400/400L15

     - Higher grades & SO grade are available subject to MILL Confirmation

  Plate Dimension:

     Thickness range:    6mm to 80mm

     Plate Width range:  150*mm to 2,440*mm

* Non standards dimensions are availed and subject to MILL confirmation

   

Non Destructive testing of Plate: (NATA Certification Optional)

AS/NZS 1710 Level 1 – Ultra Sonic Testing for Lamination Detection NATA Certification Optional

Through thickness (‘Z’ direction) tensile test in accordance with AS/NZS 3678 and AS/NZS 1391

 

Plate Cutting or Preparation:

Thermal cutting process is used to produce an edge condition that ensures that welds comply with AS/NZS 1554.1       Category SP.  Edges not incorporated in welds have a surface finish of Class 3 or better.