Roofing Wall Cladding
The exterior wall skin consisting of panels or sheets and their attachments, trim, and weather sealants. Wall cladding shall conform to the physical specification and having a minimum yield strength of 550 Mpa. Steel (PPGL) panels shall be PEBS 30/200 color coated Galvalume sheeting for roofing and wall cladding application with a thickness of 0.50 mm TCT. The profile is having 30 mm depth, 200 mm pitch with two stiffening ribs & anti capillary flute. The sheet width is 1075 mm & Covered width of 1010 MM. The basic material is High tensile 550 MPa steel with hot-dip coating of 55% Al +45% Zn alloy having alloy mass coating as per ASTM A 792, with 20 u DFT RMP (Regular Modified Polyester) Finish coat over 5 u DFT primer, and unexposed surface with 5‐7u primer paint. Each panel can be shipped in any length up to 12m.
GIRTS for Roofing and Wall Cladding
A secondary horizontal member attached to the mainframe columns is girted. Wall girts are cold-formed Z shape members, which are of various thickness and variable depth depend upon the design. The wall girts are connected to the external extension of the columns along the walls. Clips already made along the columns join the wall girts to the outer projection of the sidewall lines, the network of wall girts being joined to the cleats. The wall girts are vital to the secondary framing systems, which along with the primary framing systems and the connectible sheeting form the pre-engineered structure.
Brace rod are placed diagonally in the roofs and walls for the purpose of transferring wind loads to the foundations and longitudinally stabilizing the building
Roof and Wall Day Light Panel
Roof and wall Light panels used to transmit natural light inside the building to reduce the power consumption in daytime. Day Light panels are made of transparent Fiber reinforcement plastic or polycarbonate material.
Cold-formed sheet metal section used to carry water from gutter. Downspouts shall be rectangular shaped, colour 0.5mm nominal thickness (26gauge) steel.
Gutter at the eave of a building are Eave gutters shall be colour 0.5MM nominal thickness (26gauge) sheet.
Raised gable, or portion of the main building, located at the ridge, to allow lighting and ventilation. The size of the monitor can be adjusted to suit exact ventilation and lighting requirements.
A flashing designed to close the opening between roof panels and endwall panels.
Electric Overhead Travelling Crane is one of the most common types of overhead crane, which consist of parallel runways with a travelling bridge snapping the gap.
Turbo ventilators are the wind to create effective ventilation for different industries. Turbo ventilators are round metal vents with fins in them ventilation along the entire underside of the roof of a building. Elongated ventilators fabricated with the Galvalume sheet are fixed on the roof top at the ridges. This is the most important component used for Air ventilation. It can be fixed continuously throughout the ridge of the building and also can be fixed at definite intervals. The Ridge vent allows heat and humidity to escape out of the building.
Framing (headers, sills and jambs) and flashing which surround an opening in a building. Usually provided to accommodate field installed accessories such as sliding doors, roll up doors, etc.
End Wall Column
A vertical member located at the endwall which supports girts and endwall rafter. All end-wall column options can be designed to handle any local codes.
Main Frame Steel Column
Main Frame of Pre Engineered Building are mainly considered for rigid steel frames of the Building.
A horizontal member for supporting the decking of floors or roofs. Mezzanine bar joist can be set at whatever height you request and can be supported by columns or hung from the roof trusses.
A horizontal structural member designed primarily to resist moments.