SIN- BEAM FRAMED BUILDINGS

The sin-beam framed buildings have a high bearing capacity which ensures up to 30% savings compared to traditional steel frames. The unique production and installation technology results in substantial savings of time resource.  First introduced in Austria in the early 80s, today, this technology is widely used all across the world.
The sin-beam framed buildings have a high bearing capacity which ensures up to 30% savings compared to traditional steel frames. The unique production and installation technology results in substantial savings of time resource.  First introduced in Austria in the early 80s, today,  this technology is widely used all across the world. BPLAN produces high-quality sin-beam framed buildings, meeting the needs of any business segment regardless of its expertise. This fast-to-build constructions with steel frames has no structural limitation.
Each of their supporting columns can reach up to 54 meters, making the utilization of the space more effective.

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Նման շենքերի հիմնական առավելություններից է նաեւ շինարարության բարձր արագությունը, ինչը ապահովվում է ի հաշիվ արտադրական պրոցեսի եւ տեղափոխման արագության, շենքի տեղում արագ հավագման, ինչի համար պահանջվում է սահմանափակ թվով մարդկային ռեսուրս եւ տեխնիկա։ Կարեւոր է նշել նաեւ, որ տվյալ տիպի շինությունների համար ծավալուն հիմքային աշխատանքներ չեն պահանջվում, ինչը իր հերթին բերում է լրացուցիչ ժամանակի խնայողության։ Արագությունը, պահանջվող փոքրաքանակ ռեսուրսները, ինչպես նաեւ ծավալուն հիմքային աշխատանքների բացակայությունը ապահովում են շինության արժեքի մինչեւ 50% նվազեցում` ի համեմատ ավանդական երկաթբետոնային եւ քարե արտաքին պատերով շենքերի։

The main advantage of such buildings is the high speed of construction, at the expense of the production process and transportation speed,  and construction of the building right at sight, which requires a limited number of human resources and equipment.
It’s also important to note that there is no need for extensive groundwork for such buildings, which leads to additional time-saving. The speed, the small number of required resources, and the lack of extensive operations ensure a 50% reduction in the cost of the building. Quickly assembled steel sin-beam framed structures will best fit dynamically growing organizations. This type of buildings is very flexible for space planning and future reorganizations and can be expanded without any significant expenses.

 

The external wall of the metal framed structures is assembled with “sandwich” panels, prefabricated following the project requirements, which provide the highest possible thermal insulation and have low flammability. Such constructions guarantee the highest possible quality and durability, as all its components are manufactured on production lines, at the factory and then delivered to the transportation and collection terminals. 

 

Key advantages:

  • Low metal construction. Production of blue beams requires less raw materials - savings is over 30% compared to conventional construction metal structures and up to 60% in comparison with I-beam hot-rolled beams, which leads to a decrease in the cost of the device foundations;

  • Short installation time. All connections are assembled on high-strength bolts at high factory fabrication accuracy;

  • Maximum load capacity at optimum dead weight. Large carrier the ability of the blue beams, in which the weight of building structures is reduced by 10-50% compared with similar hot rolled beams;

  • Reduction of costs during installation - due to the use of less lifting equipment load capacity;

  • The original appearance of the blue beam may allow it to become a characteristic design element;

  • It is safer several times than a regular I-beam, due to the greater withstand load, which guarantees the reliability and stability of the entire metalwork as a whole;

  • Double shot blasting. In the production of blue beams sheet steel for the first time passes;

  • Shot blasting before cutting into work pieces and a second blasting time;

  • Passes the finished product immediately before applying the primer coating;