Steel frame halls

Steel frame halls
Assembled halls with a frame-type steel structure are the most advantageous in terms of efficient use of space. The halls are supplied as insulated or non-insulated, with saddle or shed roof.

Depending on the width of structure, steel structure halls are realized either without central support to 40 meters, or with central support. In case of the realization with central support, total costs will be reduced.

The structure of halls is divided into so-called modules, which is the distance of individual steel structure frames. This distance is between 5 – 6 meters.

Advantages of steel frame structure halls

  • without central columns up to 40 meters
  • possibility to extend the hall
  • financial savings
  • assembly speed

Use of steel frame halls

  • motor shows and vehicle service stations
  • manufacturing halls and industrial halls
  • storage halls and agricultural halls
  • sports halls
  • office halls and stores

Frame structure of hall

Frame structure halls are consisted of many various materials. However, the base is the bearing steel structure made up of IPE profiles. In the roof part is connected with purlins. Their type is determined by a calculation that takes into account the span (width of hall), module, insulation, spacing of purlins and snow load.

Trussed steel structures. Roof trusses are economically advantageous in terms of steel consumption. They are usually made up of Jakl profiles, but also HEA/HEB profiles are used. Their use is suitable for halls with a large span. However, plate girders are more difficult to manufacture.

Insulated steel frame halls

Steel frame halls are insulated with sandwich panels. Sandwich panels are supplied in various thickness, properties and color. High fire resistance is obvious for these panels.

Non-insulated steel frame halls

The objects that will not serve for manufacture, do not need insulation with sandwich panels. Their steel structures are sheathed with trapezoidal metal sheet of larger thicknesses.