The structure of halls
The main load-bearing elements of the halls are steel frames made from plate girders with a variable web height, or steel frames with trussed girders.
These solutions allow the efficient usage of the steel construction. The max. spacial height of the structure is provided using concentration.
The load-bearing elements of the roof are purlins made of Z-type cold rolled sections or trussed purlins used in wide-frames halls.
The bolt structure of the walls, the framing structure for the gates, doors and loading docks are made from cold- or hot rolled sections.