C-profile is an analogue of the rolled channel. It has a rigid, stable cutoff and additional ribs along the flanges. Such a section includes three walls and two inner flanges. Depending on the size of the flanges, the profile can be: equal-flange or multi-flange.
C-profile is one of the most versatile and popular types of rolled profiles. Without this structural element, it is impossible to imagine the construction of high-rise buildings and structures for light steel thin-walled structures, when it is important to minimize the load on the foundation from supporting structures.
C-profile is an excellent solution for massive and heavy flange beams, while only strengthening the structure and ensuring seismic stability.