Why Choose Pre-Engineered Building (PEB)?

  • ANCHOR BOLTS- Bolts used to anchor structural members to a concrete floor, foundation or other masonry Term generally refers to bolts that secure columns and jambs to the concrete slabs.
  • BASE PLATE- A shop-welded, pre-punched plate on that portion of a structural column that rests on the concrete foundation and is secured by anchor bolts.
  • BAY (END)- The distance between the centerline of the first interior frame and the outside of the end wall structure.
  • BAY (INTERIOR)- The space between frame center lines in the lengthwise direction of the building.
    BRACE RODS- Rods used on roof and sidewalls of some buildings to transferwind, seismic, and lateral crane forces to the
  • BUilT-UP SECTION- A structural member, usually an “I” shape, made from individual web and flange flat plates by welding them “C” SECTION- A member cold formed from steel coil in the shape of a “C”, used primarily in bearing frame end walls and tram openings.
    CANOPY- Any overhanging or projecting structure with its extreme end unsupported.
  • CLEAR SPAN- The distance or clear and unobstructed opining between two supports of a beam; when used with a rigid frame, this is generally less than the nominal building
  • COLUMN- A primary structural member used in a verical position to transfer loads from roof beams, trusses or rafter to the
  • CORNER COLUMN- A “C” chanel or “I” section located at the corner of a bearing from end wall, or a primary frame column at a main end frame.
  • DESIGN CODE (DESIGN STANDARD)- The building code used in a particular area to govern building
  • EAVE CANOPY-A roof extension beyond the sidewall of a
    EAVE FASCIA-Trim used to close off the top of sidewall panels in lieu of Eave gutter or eave
  • EAVE HEIGHT- The vertical dimension from finished floor to top of eave
  • EAVE STRUT-A cold formed structural member at the eave to support roof and wall panels; also transmits forces due to wind on end wall from roof bracing to wall bracing.
  • ERECTION- The assembling of pre-engineered components to form a complete
  • ERECTION DRAWING- Drawing showing the roof framing plan, wall framing plan, end wall framing, cross section, and other parts of the building.
  • FRAME- Primary structural members, made up of columns and rafters, which support the secondary framing of girts and purlins.
Pre-Engineered Building

Pre-Engineered Structures

  • GABLE- The triangular portion of the end wall of a building, directly under the sloping roof and avbove the eave line.
  • GIRDER- A main horizontal or near horizonatal structural member that supports vertical loads.
  • GIRT- A secondary horizonatal structural member attached to sidewall or endwall columns to which wall covering is attached and supproted horizontally; usually a cold-formed “Z” shape.
  • GUTTER- A light gauge channel member installed at the eave, valley or parapet for the purpose of carrying water from the roof to the drains or downspouts.
  • INSULATION- Any material used in building construction for the reduction of thermal transfer, or in some cases for reduction of fire hazard.
  • LOUVER- An opening provided with fixed or adjustable baldes to allow
  • MEZZANINE- A second floor above the ground An intermediate level between floor and celing, occupying a portion of the floor space.
    PANEL- Ribbed configuration metal sheets used for roof and wall covering.
  • PURLIN- A secondary, cold-formed horizontal structural member located in the roof to support sheeting that is itself supported by the rafters. Purlins in some buildings overlap at frames to form a continuous design.
  • RAFTER- A fabricated roof-framing member that supports the roof secondary framing members.
  • RIDGE VENT- Circular or continuous vent placed at the ridge to produce air movement through the buil
  • SAG ROD OR ANGLE- Tie rods or angles located between the webs of girts or purlins to provide lateral web stability and to limit the deflection of the girt or purlin in the direction of the weak Also known as a purlin brace.
  • SELF-DRILLING SCREW- A fastener that drills and taps its own Used as a fastener for attaching panels to purlins and girts.
    SELF-Tapping SCREW- A fastener that taps its own threads in a predrilled hol Used for attaching panels to purlins and girts, for stiching panel sidelaps, and for trim and flashing.
  • SKYLIGHT- A roof accessory to admit light, normally mounted on a curbed framed opening.
  • TRIM- Light gauge metal used in the finish of a building, especially around openings and at intersection of surfaces. Often referred to asTURN KEY CONSTRUCTION
  • SERVICE- Construction service that includes all phases of construction in a single

“Z” SECTION- A girt or purlin; a member cold-formed from steel coil in the shpe of a block “Z” with stiffener lips

PEB Advantage

PEB (pre-engineered buildings) have a plenty of advantages. First of all they are over all low cost. It’s easy to use their structural members. A secondary part allows overlapping and foundation is lighter.Pre-engineered buildings have a high design quality. Welding is making and controlling by professional welders. All materials using on pre-engineered buildings have to match and because of this only standard material can be used. All materials are designing on a quality plan. Buildings are preparing in a short period and controlling in standards. A pre- engineered building carries all characteristics of steel buildings. It’s lifetime usable and very strong. It may resist to a big storm or earthquake.

The special features of PEB are :

  • Turnkey Solutions
  • Consistent & Superior Quality
  • Savings in Construction Time
  • Reduction in project cost
  • Suitable for varied projects
  • Flexibility in expansion
  • Low maintenance
  • Energy efficiency
  • Architectural versatility

PEB Application

PEB System is since long a standard in commercial and industrial market segments such as warehouse, distribution centers and industrial facilities are continuing to make greater inroads into the low-rise sophisticated building market, commercial office buildings and mixed use facilities. Institutional and governmental constructions are some of the areas where PEB building systems are being used more and more. These buildings are increasingly recognized as reliable, aesthetically pleasing, energy efficient motor repair and cost-effective building alternatives. The sustainable green attributes of metal building systems with their recycled content recycle-ability makes them a natural choice for today’s owners.

We produce a range of steel buildings such as :

  • Multi Storied Building
  • Factory Building
  • Warehouses
  • Shopping Centers
  • Showrooms
  • Residential
  • Supermarkets
  • Cold Stores
  • Aircraft Hangers
  • Hospital  etc.