Urban design is an inclusive approach that weaves together elements of place-making, environmental stewardship, social equity, and economic viability. It encompasses the thoughtful integration of physical design, sustainability practices, fairness, and economic prosperity to shape cities that are vibrant, sustainable, equitable, and prosperous.
Multicell, the innovative panel system
In this video, we will take you through the step-by-step process of how Multicell is installed and highlight the many advantages that make it the preferred choice for commercial and residential applications.
Versatile Solution for Various M.S. Structure Shapes
Aluminium Cleat is a versatile solution that is suitable for a wide range of M.S. (Mild Steel) structure shapes, such as domes, facades, single-side slopes, hut shapes, pyramids, and volts, among others. When using Aluminium Cleat, it is recommended to maintain a distance of 800mm to 1000mm between M.S. purlins. Additionally, a minimum slope ratio of 5° should be maintained
To illustrate, when constructing any type of structure requiring sheet support, it is crucial to ensure that the purlin distance does not exceed 800-1000mm. Aluminium Cleat finds frequent application in building terrace skylights, where its versatility and strength make it an ideal choice.
Aluminium Continuous Cleat
Ideal Solution for Diverse M.S. Structure Shapes
The Aluminium Continuous Cleat is an ideal solution that is specifically designed for various M.S. (Mild Steel) structure shapes such as volts, facades, single side slopes, hut shapes, and pyramids. When using the Aluminium Continuous Cleat, it is recommended to maintain a purlin distance between 1000mm and 1200mm. Additionally, a minimum slope ratio of 5° and a minimum cold bending radius of 2400mm should be maintained.
For instance, in structures where the purlin distance exceeds 1000mm, there is a risk of panel sagging, which can lead to waterlogging issues. In such cases, the Aluminium Continuous Cleat becomes essential to prevent these problems. It is commonly utilized in applications like underpasses and high-level building canopies.
Continuous Aluminium Space
Enhancing Sheet Stability for Various M.S. Structure Shapes
The Continuous Aluminium Spacer is specifically designed to enhance sheet stability in M.S. (Mild Steel) structure shapes such as facades, single side slopes, hut shapes, and pyramids. It is recommended to maintain a purlin distance between 1000mm and 1200mm, while also ensuring a minimum slope ratio of 5°.
For instance, when dealing with structures where the purlin distance exceeds 1000mm and there is a high wind load, the Continuous Aluminium Spacer becomes crucial for ensuring better stability of the sheets. It finds significant application in tunnels, underpasses, seaside skylights, and similar projects where sheet stability is of utmost importance.