These are steel structures designed to withstand a minimum windspeed of 110KMPH and can be customized to withstand upto 230KMPH with 3 second gust wind. The primary structures are hot rolled, cold formed or built-up sections of same thickness like I-beams and HSS (Hollow Structural Sections) or varying thickness like tapered beams and assembled at site using nuts and bolts. The structure can be clear-span, lean-on, multi-span or multi-gable for upto 3 storeys. The secondary frames like girts, rafters and struts are cold formed and site screwed to the primary structures at site. The primary structures are barced with cable (X) bracing normally and with portal bracing on bays and sections where unobstructed access is required. Standard Flat or corrugated metal sheets are screwed to the secondary structures for applications where environmental conditioning is not applicable like sunshades and warehouses. Flat or corrugated Sandwich Panels with polyurethane, polyisocyanurate, glasswool or rockwool core insulation are screwed to the secondary frames for applications where protection from external thermal influences and air conditioning are applicable like office, dormitories and such. Other options include concrete walls, masonry walls or no walls (open type) buildings. The internal and external color of the metal sheets or sandwich panels can be selected from standard available RAL colors. Eave gutters and downspouts will be provided as a standard for buildings with pitched roof. The building can be fire-proofed, fire-rated and specially coated as required.
Benefits and Advantages:
- For long time application than tents or trailers but shorter than permanent buildings like concrete buildings
- More strong and can accommodate concrete or masonry walls unlike tents and trailers
- Is suited for even industrial applications such as manufacturing/ fabricating facilities, wood shops, labs, workshops and such.