American Steel Buildings, LLC 1-800-511-3670      Copyright 2010 Home  I  About Us  I  Contact Us  I  Buying Process  I  F.A.Q. Base Channel "C" Section: A member formed from steel sheet in the shape of a block "C", that may be used for either singularly or back to back. Supporting either vertical or horizontal loads. Hot Rolled "C": A C-shaped member formed while in a semi-molten state at the steel mill to a shape having standard dimensions and properties. Usage: Top of a masonry wall opening. Finish: Red Oxide Primer; optional galvanized material available. Feature: Design flexibility Benefit: Largest variety of channel sizes in the industry                 ______________________________________________________ Base Angle Description: A member formed from steel sheet in the shape of a right angle used for sheeting supports. Finish: Red Oxide Primer & optional pre-galvanized material available Feature: Largest variety of angle sizes in the industry Benefit: Design flexibility American Steel Buildings Base Conditions - Agricultural - Aircraft Hangars - Automotive - Boat Storage - Church Buildings - Commercial/ Retail - Custom Design - Equestrian - Manufacturing - Mini-Storage - Office Buildings - Personal Garage - Pre-Engineered - Recreational - Warehouses Roof Panels PBR Double-Lok Retro-R Craftsman Lok-Seam Wall Panels PBR PBA PBU Insulated Panels Liner Panels Color Charts Ultra-Dek Batten-Lok Super-Lok Traditional Shadow-Rib Nu-Wall Primary - Gable Symmetrical - Gable Unsymmetrical - Single Slope - Lean-To Secondary - Purlins - Girts - Eave Struts - Base Condition - Building Design - Quote Request - Canopies - Eave Trim - Framed Openings - Insulation - Louver Vents - Mansards/ Facades - Overhead Doors - Parapet Walls - Partition Walls - Purlin Extensions - Roof Vents - Skylights/ Wall-Lights - Sliding Doors - Walk Doors - Windows Home > Framing > Base Trim Types of Base Trim *Standard Condition Steel  Buildings American