PEB-Pre Engineering Building Manufacturers in Kolhapur, Satara, Sangli and Belgaum

PEB Advantages

Pre Engineered Steel Building are the fastest System of building Industrial Metal Buildings.Pre Engineered Steel Buildings are intended primarily for commercial,industrial or institutional occupancies.They feature a structural steel framework of primary and secondary members (rigid frame,purlins and girts) on which cladding and roofing components are attached. The complete building system is pre-engineered to facilitate easy production and assembly on site.

Industrial Sheds

Warehouses

Car Parking

Security Cabins

Farm House

Godown

Showrooms

Portable Cabin

Toilet Cabins

Project Office Cabins

Factories

Exhibition Hall

Office Cabins

Toll Booth

Workshops

Cold Stores

Store Room Cabins

Workers Rest Room

PRIMARY FRAMING

Primary support systems furnish the main support of the building. Built-up sections are fabricated from hot rolled steel plates confirming to ASTM A 572M grade or equivalent with minimum yield strength of 345N/mm2 (50ksi).

The most common primary framing systems are illustrated here. All structures shown are symmetrical about the ridgeline. Framing systems unsymmetrical about the ridgeline and Multispan Framing Systems with unequal width modules are possible too. Practically any frame geometry can be erected.

SECONDARY FRAMING

Secondary Members in the PEB industry refer mostly to longitudinal roof and wall members that are roll formed from galvanized coils or press broken from narrow galvanized sheets. The raw material of these members is stocked in various thickness: 1.5, 1.75, 2.2, 2.25 and 2.5mm. secondary structural members used to support the wall and roof panels The following building components are considered secondary members. – Z sections acting as longitudinal roof purlins and longitudinal wall girts that connect to columns & rafters and support exterior roof and wall panels. – Eave struts located at the building eaves (corner of roof and wall sheeting along sidewalls also providing bracing for frames and supporting roof and wall panels. – C sections used primarily in framed openings and as a transition member between partial block walls and wall panels. – Mezzanine Deck (0.7mm thick) used to support concrete slabs in second level flooring. – Base angles, gable angles, and mezzanine edge angles. – Valley gutters (0.9mm thick) in Multi Gable Buildings.

ROOF AND WALL SHEETING

Roof and wall panels are roll- formed sections for 0.45 mm to 0.5 mm thick Aluzinc color coated steel. Standard roof panels are made from bare Aluzinc coated steel. Panel paint film thickness is 25 microns on the exterior weather face and 5-7 microns of PU compatible epoxy primer on the interior face. The sheeting material is coldrolled, high tensile 550 Mpa yield stress, with hot dip metallic coating of Galvalume 150 gm/m2 total, AZ 150 as per ASTM A792 or AS 1392, and wall coated with 25 microns regular modified polyester paint system applied on Zincalume.

ACCESSORIES

The most common primary systems are shown below. All shown are symmetrical about the ridge line. Framing systems about the ridge line and multi-span framing systems with unequal width modules are also possible, as symmetrical. In fact, practically any frame geometry is possible; a M & K PEB representative will be happy to discuss any specific requirements and recommend optional solutions.

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