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Pre Engineered Buildings, Prefabricated Buildings

These are factory manufactured steel buildings with outside cladding of pre-profiled Colour Coated/Puf Panels. PEB’s are manufactured using built up steel sections and cold formed sections for use as primary and secondary members. These buildings are manufactured in the factory and brought to site in knocked down condition. Factory manufacturing ensures perfect matching of various components and these are assembled at site to form the required building. No fabrication is carried out at site and the required building can be assembled in a short time.

These pre-engineered buildings and steel tubular shelters are especially suitable for storehouses, warehouses, factory sheds, aviation hangers and other large span buildings.



Main Frame Columns and Rafters of Pre Engineered Building are made up of Built-Up Plate Sections to ensure most optimum consumption of steel.


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 longitudinally 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.


The exterior wall cladding is done either insulated panels or PPGI/PPGL sheets and their attachments, trim and weather sealants. 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.


Roof sheeting is done with insulated panels or sheets as per client requirement.. Each panel shall provide one meter coverage and can be shipped in any length up to 15m.


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.


Gutter at the eave of a building. Eave gutters shall be color 0.5MM nominal thicknes sheet.


Roof sheeting is done with insulated panels or sheets as per client requirement.. Each panel shall provide one meter coverage and can be shipped in any length up to 15m.


A flashing designed to close the opening between roof panels and end wall panels. Gable Trim designed to finish off the edge of the roof.


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.


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.


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.


A horizontal structural member designed primarily to resist moments.