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The Package Steel Building System

The Package Steel Building System
Gable/Rake Overhang Ridge Cap Snow Girt™ Door Trims Rigid Frame Clear Span Rigid Beam Multi-Span Rigid Beam Multi-Span Expandable Frame Outside Corner Trim Pass Doors Lean-to Frame Base Angle Base Channel Wall Lite Panels Eave/Gable Trim Post and Beam End walls Lean To End Wall Frame Roof Purlins Wall Girts Bar joists Wind Columns Wind Columns Cross Bracing End Wall Column Eave Strut

Gable/Rake Overhang

Extension of roof beyond wall lines at the gable ends

Ridge Cap

Flashing over peak of panels at ridge of building

Snow Girt™

Provides lateral support to wall panels from snow being pushed against the building from plowing.

Door Trims

Jamb and header wrap trims along with panel edge trims

Rigid Frame Clear Span

Structural frames spanning width of building with no interior columns

Rigid Beam Multi-Span

Structural frames with one interior columns

Rigid Beam Multi-Span

Structural frames with two or more interior columns

Expandable Frame

End wall frame with ability to add future expansion

Outside Corner Trim

Corner flash covers and seals ends of wall panels. Provides a decorative finish while sealing the wall panels

Pass Doors

Exterior doors provide entry and exit. Available in numerous options and hardware

Lean-to Frame

Structural frame with one slope and depends on another structure for partial support on one side

Base Angle

Cold rolled angle secured to foundation. Used to secure base of exterior wall panels

Base Channel

Cold rolled channel secured to a wall or foundation. Used to secure base of exterior or interior wall panels

Wall Lite Panels

Translucent fiberglass wall panels which admit natural light into the building

Eave/Gable Trim

Roll formed profiled trims to flash and seal intersection of roof and walls

Post and Beam End walls

Consist of hot rolled columns and rafters with secondary framing (girts) to support exterior wall sheeting

Lean To End Wall Frame

Roof Purlins

Roof framing zees or cees running horizontally to support roof sheeting and snow loads

Wall Girts

Wall framing zees or cees running horizontally to support wall sheeting between columns

Bar joists

Simple span open web roof framing designed to span frame line to frame line. Generally used in bays longer than 30' or Floor systems

Wind Columns

Vertical columns designed to pickup wall framing (girts) and sheeting where frame columns are not required

Wind Columns

Vertical columns designed to pickup wall framing (girts) and sheeting where frame columns are not required-1

Cross Bracing

Rods, angles, or cables used in the plane of the roof and walls to transfer loads such as wind, seismic, and crane reactions to the foundation

End Wall Column

Vertical load bearing column which transfers roof load to foundation

Eave Strut

A structural member located at the eave of the building that supports roof and wall paneling and may act as a strut to transfer bracing loads to frame.

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    1. Roof Lite Panels
    2. Rigid Beam C-1 Frame
    3. Lean-to Frame
    4. Roll-formed Purlins & Girts for up to 30′ Bays
    5. Ridge Cap
    6. Rigid Beam C-2 Frame
    7. Lean-to End Wall Frame
    8. Bar Joist for greater than 30′ Bays
    9. 1′ – 6′ Overhangs at Eave and /or Gable
    10. Rigid Frame C-3 Frame
    11. Base Angle
    12. Wall Wind Columns
    13. Snow Grit™
    14. Rigid Frame Clear Span
    15. Side Wall Lite Panels
    16. Cross Bracing
    17. Standard Fully Covered Jamb Trim
    18. Deep Profile Outside Corner Trim
    19. Deep Profile Rolled Fascia Trim at Eave and Gable (standard)
    20. Cold-formed Eave Strut
    21. Pass Doors
    22. End Wall

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