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  • Writer's pictureFlorence Siew Mei Fun


Construction Of Industrial Workshop

Material Type : Structural Steel

Surface Treatment : Galvanized or Painted

Installation : Prefabricated for site erection.

Cladding System : Roof and Wall Panels

Colour : As per client's specification

Usage : Warehouse, Workshop, Hangar

Highlights : Steel frame workshop, painted, for stone mining mill production line workshop

Industrial Steel Structure Construction

The characteristics of steel are high strength, light weight, good overall rigidity, and strong resistance to deformation. So, it is particularly suitable for building large-span, super-high, and super-heavy buildings.

Often times, the fear of construction stops clients from building with steel. Many worry that the assembly process is complicated and expensive.

Steel structure can be designed for prefabrication resulting in easy and fast installation.

Structural steel is one of the basic materials used in the construction of frames for most industrial buildings, bridges, and advanced base structures. The designers, fabricators and installers must have a thorough knowledge of various steel structural

members. Additionally, it is necessary before any structural steel is fabricated or erected, a plan of action and sequence of events be set up. The plans, sequences, and required materials are predetermined by the engineering section of a unit and are then drawn up as a set of blueprints. This is important to enable a good understanding of the methods by which they are connected, and the basic sequence of events which occurs during erection.

Steel can be designed for any type of application, and you can even add a second floor or loft storage when required. Or an expandable end wall for future expansion.

Structural steel is one of the most widely used materials in commercial and industrial construction.

With high strength, good machinability, and high ductility, structural steel plate is a safe and cost-effective building material that serves as the backbone of structural steel buildings.

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