|Minimum Order Quantity||10000 Square Feet|
|Size||70 BY 250|
|Minimum Order Quantity||10000 Kg|
|Type Of Truss||A Type|
|Service Location/City||Pan India|
|Surface Treatment||LONG LIFE|
During a construction project, builders have a choice between wooden or steel trusses. While wooden trusses are commonly used in residential applications, steel is the choice for most modern builds. Wood trusses are susceptible to shrinkage as the moisture content of timber evaporates. Waiting for this process can delay a project and cause gaps at joints. Timber trusses are also at risk of termite infestations, wood rot, and warping.
Steel trusses don’t carry any of the issues of wooden trusses. Thanks to modern advances, exceptional lightweight steel frame technology is available to the masses. Computer-aided engineering enables metal fabricators to create standard and custom trusses with incredible speed, accuracy, and craftsmanship. Builders can use steel trusses in poor weather, eliminating expensive downtime. Steel will not warp, shrink, or change. Pre-constructed steel trusses can reduce costs and labor time, since workers only take care of straightforward assembly.
Engineers use steel trusses in a variety of applications, as this material complies with high industry standards. Museums, institutions, commercial buildings, outdoor markets, aircraft hangars, auditoriums, sports stadiums, and many other buildings rely on steel trusses for long life span and superior structural integrity. Builders use steel trusses to carry heavy loads or as transfer structures. Trusses come in a wide range of types, shapes, and sizes, with differing overall geometry for specific applications.