channel iron


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channel iron

or

channel bar

n
(Metallurgy) a rolled-steel bar with a U-shaped cross section. Sometimes shortened to: channel
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The Company has also secured the first-mover advantage in Iran, considered the most prospective and underdeveloped mineral resource country in the world, and has entered into agreements and applied for tenements over several prospective areas in Western Australia targeting vanadium, lithium, channel iron ore and gold/copper.
My husband took some channel iron and cut pieces to secure the bricks together, and welded two pieces of channel iron for the corners.
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In March 2010, Dynasty announced initial JORC-Compliant Inferred Resources of 453 million tonnes of Detrital Channel Iron and 23.3 million tonnes of Marra Mamba Iron Formation.

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