Secondary steel constructionThe secondary construction either represents the roof or façade sub-construction on the previously prepared primary steel construction or concrete girders.
- enables numerous attractive architectural solutions
- material has excellent construction and application characteristics
- environmentally friendly
- high earthquake safety factor
- fast and simple to construct
Thin-walled, rolled profiles composed of galvanised sheet metal are used for façades and roof sub-constructions.
Basic technical information
The secondary steel structure is made in accordance with the standards governing the fabrication of steel structures SIST EN 1090-2 and SIST EN 1090-1. The quality of the fabricated steel structure is guaranteed with a CE Declaration of Performance.
The structure is sandblasted at a quality of SA 2.5 according to EN ISO 12 944/4 and EN ISO 8501-1 and protected with anti-corrosion systems in accordance with SIST EN ISO 12944-5. Its protection system is designed to meet the client's or project's requirements and takes into account the required corrosivity category as well as the durability of the coating system. The steel structure can also be hot-dip galvanized in accordance with ISO 1461.
It is fast and simple and suitable for all types of buildings.
Please refer to the brochure for more detailed technical information.