PRE ENGINEERED BUILDINGS SYSTEM

03/04/2017

 

TYPICAL MODEL OF PRE-ENGINEERED STEEL BUILDINGS

 

 

PRE-ENGINEERED STEEL BUILDINGS are steel buildings “tailor-made” based on the architecture and engineering requirements of the users.

Typically, a Pre-Engineered Steel Building is made of three distinctive parts:

  • - Standard framing members (columns and rafters), which are tapered built-up sections, with large depths in areas of higher stress according to the Bending Moment Diagram
  • - Secondary structural members (roof purlins, eave struts, wall girts and others), which are light weight cold-formed “Z” and “C” shaped members
  • - Roll formed profiled sheeting (roof and wall panels)

All the standard framing members and secondary structural members are pre-sheared, pre-punched, pre-drilled, pre-welded and pre-formed in the factory before being shipped to the job site for erection.