C Section Purlin Manufacturers
Venture Steel Group supplies up to 10m unrivalled structural steel purlins.
As UK manufacturers, we pride ourselves on the quality of our work, and our dedication to understanding client requirements. As a result of this, our family-run business has exponentially developed over the years, allowing us to perfect our manufacturing processes and customer service.
Our capacity to handle a high volume of formed products, whilst adhering to tight tolerances, allows us to produce precision C shaped purlins which meet all project specifications.
C Section Purlins Rolled To Size
Owning a 75,000 sq. ft facility, Venture Steel Group has the capacity to accommodate various purlin specifications. We can roll our C section purlins from a 100 - 300mm base, and up to 10m in length, performed in-house by our expert team on our rolling mill.
Variety Of Applications For C Purlins
Our comprehensive manufacturing service, backed by our ability to work with most grades of steel from DX51 to S350-S550, as well as exotic materials, enables us to manufacture purlins to suit a variety of applications.
Typically made from steel, C section purlins are structural beams providing horizontal support for walls and floor joists in steel buildings, such as agricultural, commercial, and industrial buildings. They are also commonly used for mezzanine flooring. C purlins are one of two common purlin profiles and can be identified by their ‘C’ shape, where the edges across the length of the beam curl inwards.
C section steel purlins are durable, with a good strength to weight ratio - they can be further galvanised for increased durability and corrosion resistance.
C section purlins can span good lengths, as necessary for their use in mezzanine flooring, door framing, and further wall support. They can be prefabricated for ease of installation, maintaining straightness
The span of a purlin will depend on the run system used (whether it is a single span, or double span), the type of purlin and size of purlin used, and the spacing between purlins; purlins are typically placed 16 inches apart. A single purlin can span up to 10 metres safely, though it is safe to assume that the greater the length, the wider the purlin will need to be.
The primary purpose of C purlins is to provide the structure of walls and floors in steel framed buildings. However, they can also be used for door mounting, window trimming, parapet rails, side rails, and brickwork restraints.
Steel framed buildings typically include agricultural buildings, industrial warehouses, and commercial buildings.
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Steel C Purlins Delivered On Time
Venture Steel Group understands the time restraints surrounding construction projects, whether for residential or commercial applications and so is driven by agreed lead time and dates for the swift production of our C section purlins.
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