Quickly erectable buildings, hangars
Flat-sided metalworks or hangars with rising walls are the most common kind of metalworks with supporting metal framework, which contains plane frames fixed hard on foundations and positioned at a pitch of 3 to 6 metres.
Skeleton frames are fixed to each other with steel laggings, intermediate bottoms, crane beams, vertical and horizontal bracings for the strength and stability of a construction.
Buildings with raising walls can be single or multi-span.
The width of a span can be — 12 м.;18 м.;24 м.;30 м.;36 м.
The length of a hangar does not have any restriction.
The absence of inclined walls helps to use all the floor space.
In opposition to arched hangars, hangars with raising walls can consist of several floors.
Ten-type metalworks and hangars have a framework with hinged on the foundation hipped constant-radius arch, positioned at a pitch 3 metres.
Arches are formed by gable roof and inclined walls, which taper upwards tented. The framework arches are fixed with steel laggings and baulks in cross direction.
The total hardness of such hangar is provided by the system vertical, horizontal and sway bracings.
The basic materials for tent-type framework production is U-sections, universal beams, special purpose steel angles S245 and up, dealing with structural steel constructions with weld and other splices.
All the framework details come with primer for metal with corrosion-inhibiting properties. A delivery set can include additional factory made elements up to the customer: cappings, angle and ridge units, foundations, suncatchers, gates, etc.
The tent-type hangar walls and roof are covered with steel zinc-coating knurled metal section or corrugated sheet HC20, 0,55mm in thickness, fixed with thread-cutting screws on hammer beams.
A deep corrugation improves the construction exterior and increases significantly sealing properties.
In tent-type hangars the rentable space is enlarged by means of usage of more space-saving and resistant supporting arched construction.
An arched metalwork or arched hangar is one of four main types of pre-fabricated steel constructions.
The arched hangar is a kind of industrial occupancy, made up of a framework – an arch, which is a structural unit of an outer enclosing structure, made of metal section. Hinged on the foundation straight arches are positioned at a pitch 3 metres and fixed with steel laggings and baulks in cross direction.
The total hardness is one of the construction reliability indexes and is provided by a cross brace system.
The whole framework is made of roll-welded U-sections, universal beams, special purpose steel angles S245 and up, dealing with structural steel constructions with weld and other splices. All the framework details come with primer for metal with corrosion-inhibiting properties.
The perimeter fencing of the building is made of steel zinc-coating corrugated sheet, 0,55mm in thickness, fixed with thread-cutting screws on hammer beams.
The arched hangar is shielded with a plain zinc-coating sheet steel or sheet steel with an applied layer of primer 0,55 mm in thickness.
Framework and Awning Hangars
Pre-fabricated framework and awning metalworks are used as temporary and permanent buildings for different purposes: pavilions, mobile storages and production areas, construction weather shelters, terminals and workshops, hangars of different purpose.
Framework and awning constructions also serve as a shelter for machines, including farm machinery, covering playgrounds, courts, and riding-halls. Framework and awning construction assembly procedure helps to make a dent in the cost of works and the total time of structural erection.
There is a possibility to reduce the cost of building operation by means of the energy cost decrease on its lighting.
Also a framework and awning metalwork construction cost is reduced by means of an ease of erection procedures. Foundation work costs are minimized.
Framework and awning hangars can be fast and easily demounted, transported and erected on the other place.