Packing of corrugated sheets
To avoid breakage during shipping and transportation. The best method of packing the goods is very important. Based on many years of experience, SANTIWAY has collected enough methods to pack and load the different models of corrugated steel sheets. 1) Safe and economical way to pack the leaves. To save costs, we have to use the most economical way to pack the corrugated sheets for some common model, but first of all, the safety of the products is very important, so we use the following method to pack the products.
Structural insulation panels
Structural insulation panels (or structural insulation panels), SIP, are a composite building material. They consist of a two-layer sandwich of structural board with an insulating layer of foam in the middle. The board is usually fiberboard oriented (OSB) and the foam can be expanded polystyrene foam (EPS), extruded polystyrene foam (XPS) or polyurethane foam.
Steel vs. Concrete
As the price of commodity fluctuates, so does building design. In times of lower steel prices, more steel and less concrete are used, and vice versa. Each group of suppliers and users usually maintain national industry associations that advocate the use of their materials over the other. However, both materials are typically used together. Unreinforced steel concrete (usually round ribbed bars called rebar) crumbles under tensile loads. Steel alone, without solid concrete floors, is also not a preferred construction method. While rebar is always steel, it is not considered structural steel and is described separately in the rebar and reinforced concrete items. While both steel structures and reinforced concrete (RCC) concrete structures have their pros and cons, steel structures have a better strength-to-weight ratio than RCC ones and can be easily disassembled (steel structures, which have bolted connections can also be reused to some extent). after disassembly).
Steel Structure System
In most developed countries, the available forms are set out in published standards, although a number of specialized and patented cross-sections are also available. I-beam (I-shaped cross section: in Britain universal beams (UB) and universal columns (UC) are included; in Europe includes sections IPE, HE, HL, HD and others; in the USA includes Wide Flange (WF) and H sections) Z-shape (half flange in opposite directions) HSS shape (Hollow structural section also known as SHS (structural hollow section) and includes square, rectangular, circular (pipe) and elliptical cross sections) Angle (L-shaped cross section) Channel (C-shaped cross section) T (T-shaped cross section) Rail profile (asymmetrical I-beam) Rail Rail Vignoles Carril in T with flanges Rail Slotted Bar, piece of metal, rectangular (flat) cross-section and long, but not so wide as to be called a sheet. Rod, a long round or square piece of metal or wood, see also rod and pin. Plate, sheet more than 6 mm or 1/4 in. Open-core steel beam While many sections are manufactured by hot or cold rolling, others are made by welding flat or bent plates together (for example, larger circular hollow sections are made of flat plate bent in a circle and welded with seam). Refer to the following sketches for a reference of how the parts were installed with the structures.
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