1. WALL CLADDING
The exterior wall skin consisting of panels or sheets and their attachments, trim and weather sealents. Wall cladding shall conform to the physical specification and having minimum yield strength of 345 Mpa. Wall panels shall be of 26 gauge thick profiled Galvalume or Galvalume color coated steel sheeting. In case of pre-painted Galvalume panels, the exterior face is pre-painted with 1 mil. Thick factory applied polyester paint. The interior face is pre-painted with 0.5 mil thick factory applied polyester paint. Each panel shall provide one meter coverage and can be shipped in any length up to 12m.
Secondary horizontal member attached to the main frame columns are girts. 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 side wall lines, the network of wall girts being joined to the clips. 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 or cables placed diagonally in the roofs and walls for the purpose of transferring wind loads to the foundations and longitudionally stabilizing the building. Wind Bracings are cross primary supporting members that transfer the loading or seismic forces equally on columns and support all the structural units of a Pre-Engineered Building. Nowadays steel building constructions steel has replaced the heavy conventional structural materials and concrete structure. Wind bracing, an essential element of a primary framing system, along with the other structural elements of a primary framing system.
4. WALL LIGHT PANEL
Wall Light panels used at the side walls to transmit natural light. Wall Light panels are transparent plastic fiber material, fixed on the wall for natural lightning. Wall Light are available in variable thickness. The profile of wall light should match exactly with sheeting profile.
5. ROLLING SHUTTER
A rolling shutter is a type of door consisting of many horizontal slats hinged together. The door is raised to open it and lowered to close it. Sliding or Roll up door can be operated manually or it can be motorized also. Design and size of these doors depend upon the building type and client’s requirement.
6. DOWNSPOUT PIPE
Cold-formed sheet metal section used to carry water from gutter of a building to the ground or storm drainage system. Downspouts shall be rectangular shaped, color 0.5mm nominal thickness (26gauge) steel. Downspouts shall have a 45 degree elbow at the bottom and shall be supported by attachment to the wall covering at 3.0 m maximum spacing.
7. EAVE GUTTER
Gutter at the eave of a building. Eave gutters shall be color 0.5MM nominal thickness (26gauge) sheet.
8. ROOF MONITOR
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. The overhang part is detailed to give a 45° protection from the rain. A light wire mesh installed at 45° to prevent intrusion of birds.
9. ROOF SHEET
Roof sheet shall be of 26 gauge thick profiled Galvalume or Galvalume color coated steel sheeting. In case of pre-painted Galvalume panels, the exterior face is pre-painted with 1 mil. Thick factory applied polyester paint. The interior face is pre-painted with 0.5 mil thick factory applied polyester paint. Each panel shall provide one meter coverage and can be shipped in any length up to 12m. Color of exterior and interior faces shall be white/grey.
10. GABLE TRIM
A flashing designed to close the opening between roof panels and endwall panels. Gable Trim designed to finish off the edge of the roof.
An accessory whose function is to enhance the appearance of a wall. Also used to cover the eave or gable of a building. Although main purpose of fascia is to conceal part or all of the gable roof, proper color coordination of the fascia sheeting, soffit trims, and gutter and downspouts .
12. EOT CRANE
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. There are four main types of EOTs: Single girder, double girder bridge, gantry, and monorail. Each of these cranes are highly specialize.
13. RCC SLAB
Reinforced cement concrete slab. It is a structural element of modern buildings. Slabs are supported on Columns and Beams. RCC Slabs whose thickness ranges from 10 to 50 centimetres are most often used for the construction of floors and ceilings. Thin concrete slabs are also used for exterior paving purpose.
14. STAIR CASE
A flight or series of flights of steps and a supporting structure connecting separate levels. Staircase are made up of HR plate/ chequered plate. It can also be fabricated through standard ISMC sections. It can also be made and provided by SS hand rail. Staircases are used in case of Mezzanine floor building.
15. CRANE BEAM
A beam that supports an overhead travelling bridge crane. On underhung bridge cranes, it also acts as a crane rail. Also known as crane runway beam .
16. TURBO VENTILATORS
Turbo ventilators are powered by the wind to create effective ventilation for different industries. Turbo ventilators are round metal vents with fins in them. Even the slightest breeze can be enough for the turbo ventilator to rotate. Circular ventilators fabricated with Galvalume sheet or SS with Variable dia. These ventilators are fixed on roof top and rotate with the help of natural wind. This is an important component for air ventilation in industrial buildings.
17. RIDGE VENTILATOR
Ridge ventilators are ventilators that are installed at the peak of a roof, allowing warm, humid air to escape the building. They provide evenly distributed ventilation along the entire underside of the roof of a building. Elongated ventilators fabricated with Galvalume sheet are fixed on roof top at the ridges. This is the most important component used for Air ventilation. It can be fixed continuous throughout the ridge of the building and also can be in fixed at definite interval. The Ridge vent allows heat and humidity to escape out from the building.
18. DAY LIGHT PANEL
A translucent panels used at the roofs to transmit natural light. Skylight panels are transparent plastic fiber material, fixed on the roof or wall for natural lightning. Skylights are available in variable thickness. The profile of skylight should match exactly with sheeting profile.
Process of installing glass in windows and doors. Glazing can also be used to create texture on walls and is often used for faux finishing techniques. Glaze is also applied during painting techniques such as color washing, rag-rolling and sponge painting. Glaze is available in acrylic and water-based formulas, and they vary in drying time.
An overhanging or projecting roof surface, below the eave level, supported at one end only. A canopy is an overhead roof or else a structure over which a fabric or metal covering is attached, able to provide shade or shelter from weather conditions such as sun, hail, snow and rain. Canopies are supported by the building to which they are attached and often also by a ground mounting provided by not less than two stanchions, or upright support posts.
21. FRAMED OPENING
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.
22. 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.
23. BRICK WALL
A wall made of brick, brick walls can also be referred to as compressed earth blocks, or CEBs. As the name implies, bricks are made by compressing a type of earth such as shale or clay.
24. LADDER ENCLOSED
Ladder enclosed in a cage, the regulations say that if a fixed ladder is taller than 20 feet, you are required to have a cage which meets all the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.27(d). When you grab the lowest rung on the side of your manufacturing plant, warehouse, or office building and look straight up, it could seem like you have a pretty difficult climb ahead of you. Whether that bothers you or not, doesn’t change the fact that at some point you will be 10, 20, or even 30 feet in the air which means you will need some form of fall protection. That’s where ladder cages come in.
25. DOUBLE SLIDING DOOR
Sliding door with two door leaves.
26. MAIN FRAME STEEL COLUMN
Main Frame of Pre Engineered Building are mainly considered for rigid steel frames of the Building.
27. MEZZANINE JOIST
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.
28. MEZZANINE BEAM
A horizontal structural member designed primarily to resist moments.
29. S-TYPE LOUVERS
A wall opening provided with slanted blades, fixed or movable, to allow low of air inside the building. A louver is a window blind or shutter with horizontal slats that are angled to admit light and air, but to keep out rain and direct sunshine. The angle of the slats may be adjustable, usually in blinds and windows, or fixed.