Purlin Z

Steeline Z Purlins are an ideal product that provide long spans between portal frames on your commercial building. Steeline Z Purlins are available in different sizes and material strengths to match the design specification of your building. Steeline Z Purlins are made from Colorbond® steel and are roll formed to length with holes punched to your specification.

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Superior quality and performance

Superior quality and performance

Manufactured right here in Australia from only the best BlueScope steel, our tried and tested products are guaranteed to last well into the future.

Application

Steeline Z Section Purlins are mainly used for commercial applications but are just as cost effective to be used for smaller type garages and carports. The Z sections can also form part of the columns and rafters in these smaller applications.

Safe roof purlins spans

The safe spans below are suitable for sheds and class 1 structures with the following assumptions: (Lapped continuous spans of Z purlin result in increased spanning capability over C section purlins)

Non-cyclonic sites only

Cpe = 0.9 and Cpi = +0.2

High Pressure Zones KL = 1.5 and 2.0 included

Max roof span allowed – 12M

All Spans to have 1 row of bridging

15% Lap must be fitted to all mid supports

Cleated or bracketed fixing Only – No flange bolting

Results are for at least two spans

Full calculation of requirements using Steeline section properties should be carried out for full verification.

DISCLAIMER: These span tables are to be used as a guide only. Independant engineering is required for purlins and girts, and is not available on this site.

 

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