Large clear span prefabricated steel buildings.
(Ideal for Aquaculture.)
Benefits of the Panel and Wall System
The entire system is manufactured from heavy gauge engineered panel with an exclusive roll form corrugation process that provides the structural integrity.
• 41’’ wide panel are bolted together at 6’’ intervals on the seam and footing channel with 3/8’’ plated bolts.
• Walls and roof panel are manufactured from galvanized, galvalume or stainless steel depending on requirements and are available in a variety of colors in both 4 ½’’ and 71/2’’ corrugation
• No heavy lifting equipment is required since there is no structural steel.
Wall system uniformly transfers the load to the foundation eliminating expensive heavy foundations, piers and piles that are requited with other building methods.
• Footing channel manufactured from galvalume material, eliminating potential for corrosion.
• Wall system can incorporate windows, overhead doors, glass, wood, pre-cast masonry abs cladding materials to provide creative design flexibility.
Energy Savings Benefits
1. Clean Ceiling & Attic System
Natural ceiling providing a bright clean interior allows for fewer light units and lower energy bills. Natural ceiling means no exposed roof trusses, while providing a bright clean interior with high reflectivity.
2. Air flow
This allows for a reduction in the lighting requirements resulting in reduced energy costs. Our obstruction-free interiors offer easy climate control, which also delivers lower operating costs for our customers.
The attic cavity can easily accommodate inexpensive, blown-in insulation with an R-Value up to R60 which offers excellent protection against extreme heat or cold. Additionally, the ventilated attic helps deliver lower energy bills and eliminates the risk of wet, saturated insulation.
The FRAMELESS wall system uniformly transfers the load to the foundation eliminating expensive, heavy foundations, piers and columns, found with other buildings methods. No heavy lifting equipment is required for erection, since there is no structural steel.
3. Ventilated Attic
• Roof system consists of corrugated roof and ceiling panels, joined by a light weight, bolt together truss.
• Roof system provides a ventilated attic that lowers energy cost and eliminates the potential for wet insulation caused by condensation or leaks in light gauge roof cladding found in other building systems.
• Air movement is provided through die stamped louvers in end panels.
• In more extreme environments, mechanical ventilation can be easily incorporated.
• Attic cavity easily accommodates cost effective blown in insulation.
• Sealer applied on ceiling panel seam lines creates a vapor barrier and on roof panel seam lines provides a weather tight system.
• The cavity can also accommodate wiring, HVAC duct work and pipes.
• Unlike other construction methods, attic trusses can be designed for varying load by changing the gauges.
This allows the roof system to accommodate heavy loading capacity roof equipment; there is no need to change the building’s interior or exterior dimensions.
4. Frameless Roof
A lightweight strut system separating the roof and ceiling provides partial load stability. Electrical lines can be hidden in the attic area, providing clean, clear surfaces for maximum appeal.
Insulating the attic is simple with the use of blown-in materials.
• Cost effective design allows for low construction cost
• Energy efficient attic
• Roof system can be designed and installed on other conventional load bearing wall systems
• Roof can accommodate heavy roof equipment