Çelik Sistem

Structural Steel is Earthquake Resistant

While the buildings in Turkey are being renovated, steel should be included as well as reinforced concrete. It should not be forgotten that Steel System structures, which are much more flexible and lighter than reinforced concrete structures, save time for evacuation in the event of an earthquake and leave a living space for the people inside even in the worst case, unless major design mistakes are made. And at the same time, Steel Structure is economical; Pre-engineered, fabricated carrier elements provide high quality at a low price and greatly shorten construction time. Steel System is the material with the highest ratio of carrying capacity to weight. Thanks to the high bearing capacity of steel, steel construction elements are produced in smaller sections and dimensions, lighter and in excellent quality. Since the load-bearing element dimensions in steel structures are much smaller than wood and concrete, much more usage area is obtained. This ensures more efficient use of the building area. The price balance and short construction times allow people to settle in sooner, allowing them to gain less rent, interest and cost advantages.

Steels According to Usage Areas
  • Structural Steels
  • Tool Steels
  • Cold work / Hot Work Steels
  • Speed Steels
  • Spring Steels
  • Heat Resistant Steels
  • Stainless Steels
Steels According to Tactile Condition and Metallographic Structures
  • Ferritic Steels
  • Ferritic Steels
  • Ferritic - Pearlitic Steels
  • Austenitic Steels
  • Martensitic Steels
  • Bainitic Steels
  • Ledeburitic Steels
Steels by Main Additives
  • C Steels
  • Steels with Mn
  • Cr Steels
  • Steels with Ni
  • Cr-Ni Steels
  • W Steels
  • V Steels
Steels by Alloy Condition
  • Non-alloy steels: Plain carbon steels
  • Light alloy steels: Low and medium carbon steels
  • High alloy steels: High carbon steels
  • Steels with Ni
Steels by Quality Conditions
  • Mass Shots
  • Quality Steels
  • Noble (prime) Cuttings