Decking And Sandwich Panels – Buildings Are Growing By Leaps And Bounds
Steel structures are the builders of a well-deserved love, thanks to its versatility and ease of use, and with the market entry of a material such as corrugated board, they got a second life. Recently there are increasing suggestions, which are ready-made solutions – packages, which are in the hands of professionals for a few days turn into huge buildings. One of the most famous companies offering so-called pre-fabricated buildings, is a Finnish Ruukki. Her series "Trasskon" will continue the tradition well-proven in the Russian, Belarusian and Kazakh markets "Spider" and "Condor". The basis of design in this case is profiled, the quality of consumer Finnish designers who have appreciated. Metal farm allow the erection of spacious multi-span buildings, which will be in demand, particularly in the construction of commercial and sport purposes. Profiled in this case will act as the best roofing material, for all types of buildings "Trasskon" will have a flat membrane roof. Sandwich panels are laid horizontally, and the role played by all the supporting elements the same universal profiled.
Such an assembly technology compares favorably with Traditional runs and significantly reduces the time it typically takes to perform assembly work. Industrial buildings, warehouses or shopping malls – they are all environmentally friendly and, moreover, very economical, because the energy costs of their operation is much lower than usual. And the dismantling, if necessary, no problems arise, it will be fast, safe, and subsequent disposal of metallic components. In such cases usually have a ready framework to strengthen further, or to resort to a complete reworking to avoid break-ups designed for the required design load in operation. As an example of an unreasonable cost can be reduced using corrugated H-57 (the start-up refers to the crisis period) that does not meet state standards, rather than required H-60, which is more useful in width. He suffers with carrying capacity of leaves, which is fraught with structural damage with all its consequences up to people's lives, not to mention economic damage.