Model No.: A - 208
Model NO.: A - 208
Components: Steel Column, Steel Beam, Steel Secondary Parts
Building Type: Prefabricated Steel Structure
Cladding Material: Asphalt Shingle, Fiber Cement Board
Steel Grade: Q235, Q345
Transport Package: Loading in Containers
Material: Steel Structure
Certification: ISO, CE, BV
Seismic Resistance: 9 Points
Wind Resistance: up to 180km/H
Service Life: 50 Years
Installation Guide: Yes
Structure Joint Type: Rivet
HS Code: 9406000090
Advantage of Prefabricated light gauge steel House:
Cost efficient and quick to build
Steel possesses the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any building material being used today.
Light steel-framed house can be completed in about one-half to two-thirds the time of a conventional brick and mortar home.
Light steel frame components are easy to transport.
Because all the intelligence is built into the modeling and fabrication phase of the steel frame manufacturing process, unskilled labor can do the assembly.
With steel frame building methods, it is easier to budget accurately and there is less material wastage.
The production of steel framing is 100% computer controlled and is accurate to +/- 0.5mm. The framing is 100% square and straight, which has downstream benefits for other trades. Tradesman installing plasterboard, windows and doors, and kitchen and bathroom cabinetry spend less time compensating for non-linear framing.
Steel framing is supplied with electrical and service holes pre-punched, meaning reduced time on site for plumbers and electricians.
Much of the steel used to make light steel framing is recycled.
When a steel frame building is demolished, the steel can be recycled.
It takes approximately one-quarter of an acre of mature trees to produce the wood framing for a typical house. The same house can be steel framed from three or four old cars.
Steel can be recycled indefinitely without losing any of its qualities.
When steel buildings are no longer required in their current location, they can be dismantled and re-erected elsewhere.
Steel framed buildings can be very energy efficient. The strength of steel requires fewer wall studs, so there are fewer thermal bridges (uninsulated areas) to transmit heat.
Steel frame buildings do not settle or warp, so they remain more airtight.
The depth of the steel beams provides a wider space for insulation.
The design flexibility of steel frame buildings enables architects to focus on energy-efficient housing features.
Manufacturing and construction concerns
Almost half the worlds steel production now takes place in electric plants that operate exclusively with recycled scrap and generate no CO2 emissions.
The by-products arising from steel production are all re-used. For example, slag is employed as a high-value mineral material for highway construction, as ballast, and for the manufacture of cement.
Steel construction entails the assembly of semi-finished products in factory, limiting the noise and disruption of open-air operations.
Steels light weight allows smaller foundations and less excavation. In some cases, a few piles are sufficient to raise the building completely from the ground.
Debris from a typical wood framed home account for 1.4 m3 of landfill waste, compared to only 0.1 m3 from a steel framed house.
Durable and safe
Steel will not rot and is immune to termites and other insects.
Steel frames stay straight, unlike timber which can move and warp, twist and shrink during and after construction. This significantly reduces ongoing maintenance, as there are fewer call backs for things like plasterboard cracking or faming popping.
Steel is non-combustible and won't contribute to the spread of a fire.
A steel frame building is more resistant to the effects of severe hurricanes and tornados.
Steel doesn't have to be treated with pesticides, preservatives or glues, so steel frame houses offer indoor air quality benefits.
Because of steels inert character and the manner in which steel framed buildings are insulated, floors and walls are not susceptible to moisture build-up, which contributes to be formation of mould.
Compared to timber framing, steel framing can span greater distances, allowing greater design flexibility. Interior walls can be placed without load-bearing considerations.
Any timber frame plan can be easily converted to a steel frame plan, using 3D modeling software.
Once completed, steel frame homes can look just like traditionally-built homes.
Modifying an existing steel frame building is relatively simply. Interior walls can be moved without a concern for structural support.
Components of prefabricated Steel Structure Villa:
|Prefabricated steel structure villa|
|Roof tile||Asphalt shingle|
|Roof panel||OSB board|
|Roof insulation||XPS or mineral wool|
|Roof structure||Light gauge steel frame|
|Ceiling finishing||Putty with painting|
|Floor finishing||Ceramic tiles or laminate tiles or carpet|
|Floor decking||OSB board|
|Floor structure||Light gauge steel frame|
|Exterior||Fiber cement board|
|Moisture proof||Moisture proof paper|
|Exterior panel||OSB board|
|Wall structure||Light gauge steel frame|
|Wall Insulation||XPS or mineral wool|
|Interior panel||Gypsum board|
|Partition wall||Light gauge steel structure with gypsum board|
|Wall finishing||Putty with painting|
|Doors and windows|
|Exterior door||Steel door|
|Interior door||Wooden door|
|Garage door||Roller shutter door|
|Windows||Aluminum or plastic steel window|
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