Product Line

  • Aluminum Composite Panel
  • Concrete Floor Steel Decking
  • Purlins
Aluminum Composite Panel is a lightweight durable panel made of Aluminum and Polyethylene compound, coated with an advance fluorocarbon paint, POLYVINYLIDINE FLOURIDE (PVDF). This ensures the excellent durability of the surface finish. It is an excellent material for exterior and interior cladding of new building facade as well as retrofit applications.
It has a high degree of levelness to preserve the fine architectural design ans can be roller bended to suit various design shapes.

Thickness : 3 mm
4 mm
5 mm
Coating : Polyester
PVDF (Polyvinynilidine Flouride)
PVDF (Polyvinynilidine Flouride) + NANO
Fire Rated Panels

APPLICATIONS:

  1. Interior & Exterior material of building
  2. Structure of exhibit hall
  3. Advertisement boards
  4. Factory Buildings
  5. Bath, washroom & simple frame wall, etc.
  6. Cladding of buildings situated in a highly corrosive environment. ( e.g. project near the seashore)

 

General Properties

Testing Item Standard Result
Unit weight ASTM D792 t3mm=4.6kg/m2 t4mm=5.5kg/m2
Outdoor temperature resistance ASTM D1654 No abnormity
Thermal expansion ASTM D696 3.0×10-5 -1
Thermal deformation temperature ASTM D648 115
Thermal conduction ASTM 976 0.102Kcal/m.hr
Flexural rigidity ASTM C393 14.0×105
Impact resistance ASTM D732 1.650kgf
Adhesive strength ASTM D903 0.74kgf/mm
Sound-insulating rate ASTM E413 29
Flexural Elasticity ASTM D790 4055kg/mm2
Shear resistance ASTM D732 2.6kgf/mm2
Minimum bending radius ASTM D790 45mm 70mm
Fire propagation ASTM E84 Qualified
Smoke developed ASTM E84 <45
Wind-pressure resistance ASTM E330 Passed
Properties against water ASTM E331 Passed
Properties against air ASTM E283 Passed

PVDF Coating Finish

Testing Item Standard Result
Finish coat thickness ISO 2360(CNS 8406)º 27.6m
Gloss ASTM D532-89 20~45%
Pencil hardness ASTM D3363-00 2H
Toughness ASTM D4145-83 2T no rift
Adhesive force ASTM 3359-97 4B
Impact resistance ASTM D2794-93 >100kg.cm
Abrasion resistance ASTM D968-93 64.6 L/mil
Mortar resistance ASTM 605.2-90 24 Hrs pat test exceed
Humidity resistance ASTM D714-97 3000hr No blister
ASTM D2247-02
Boiling-water resistance ASTM D3359-B Passed
Salt-spray resistance ASTM D117-03 3000hr No blister
Acid resistance ASTM D1308-87 No Effect
AAMA 605.2-91,TEST#7,7.31
Alkali resistance ASTM D1308-87 Passed
Solvent resistance ASTM D2248-73 Passed
ECCA T5&NCCA NO.11-18
Color retention ASTM D2244-93 E=0.34
Chalk resistance ASTM D4214-98 No Chalking
Gloss retention ASTM D2244-93 84.20%

 

Color Chart

Characteristics of Aluminum Composite Panel

Lightweight
ACP only weighs 5.6kg/m2. Definitely lighter than other cladding materials such as granite and marble. It can reduce structure members.

Durability
Aluminum Composite Panel is highly resistant to chemical corrosion due to the advance Fluoroplastic coating of polyvinilydine fluoride (PVDF), the composite material is rigid, resistant to blows, breakage and pressure and has a high bending and breaking strength.

Flatness
As the composite material is rigid, the flat surface be preserved. This is considered a major advantage of ACP.

Fire Resistance
ACP are laminated at the temperatures from 200 °C to 250 °C to bond the aluminum sheets to the PE Core. The non-flammable cover sheets protect the plastic core.

Material Composition
ARCHITECKS panel is painted with an advance fluorocarbon paint (PVDF) a durable coating on Aluminum laminated composite material. The laminated structure of ACP ensures exceptional strength of the panel.

Installation Details

horizontalsection

Horizontal Section

roundsection

Round Section

panelandwindow_section

Panel and Window Section

copingsection

Coping Section

perforatedpanel

Connection of Perforated Panel

acptoceiling

Connection of ACP to Ceiling

Steel deck is a cold formed corrugated steel sheet supported by steel joists or beams.
It is used to support concrete of a Concrete Slab. It was developed to provide a structurally efficient product for use in floor systems.
It is designed to create a permanent formwork that replaced the conventional wood forms that are used in Hanging Slabs.
Despite the fact that it is a structural component, its uniform quality can offer an attractive appearance, especially with the use of properly specified shop and field applied coatings.
Steel deck is also a component of many UL and ULC approved fire rated assemblies.

Specifications

Base metal type : ASTM A466 cold-rolled
550 mpa (80,000 psi)
(Available in Local & Imported coils)
Now available in prepainted for Steel Deck One
Thickness : 0.80 mm
1.00 mm
1.20 mm
1.60 mm
Coating : Imported Coil – Zinc = 275 gms / m2
Local Coil – Zinc = 120 to 150 gms / m2
Length : Transportable

 

DECK ONE

Steel Section Properites
t
(mm.)
y
(mm.)
I
(mm.mm)
St
(mm3)
Sb
(mm3)
0.80
1.00
13.02
13.13
122046.73
151745.35
3300.29
4115.99
9374.25
11554.72
Composite Section Properties

t
(mm.)
y
(mm.)
x
(mm.)
I
(mm.mm)
St
(mm3)
Sb
(mm3)
0.80 100
125
150
2901.60 34.80
40.68
45.96
11412549.66
20361085.33
32129244.80
327924.61
500491.83
699000.72
175045.44
241480.14
308829.74
1.00 100
125
150
3627.00 37.75
44.28
50.16
13233160.46
23803316.49
37785304.16
350536.32
537523.02
753310.42
212584.93
294899.68
378454.82
Maximum allowable superimposed load (80,000 psi)
design for 33,000 psi tensile strength is also available
I
(mm.)

Maximum allowable superimposed load, kPa
span (m)
1.50 1.80 2.00 2.30 2.50 2.80 3.00 3.50
0.80 100
125
150
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
10.01
12.00
12.00
8.41
12.00
12.00
4.88
9.14
12.00
1.00 100
125
150
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
10.85
12.00
12.00
9.13
12.00
12.00
6.02
10.01
12.00

 

DECK TWO

 

DECK THREE

Steel Section Properites
t
(mm.)
W
(kg/mm.)
A
(mm2/mm)
I
(mm4/mm)
St
(mm3)
Sb
(mm3)
0.80
1.00
1.20
1.40
1.60
8
10
12
14
16
1.083
1.353
1.624
1.895
2.165
401.477
515.760
639.319
774.008
921.684
19.915
25.583
31.712
38.393
45.718
13.454
17.284
21.425
25.939
30.888
Maximum allowable superimposed load .Kpa
I
(mm.)
Slab
DEPTH
(MM.)
span (m)
1.50 1.80 2.00 2.30 2.50 2.80 3.00 3.50
0.80 100
125
150
19.20
19.20
19.20
19.20
19.20
19.20
15.95
19.20
19.20
12.70
17.69
19.20
9.73
13.57
17.60
7.48
10.45
13.58
6.35
8.88
11.55
4.31
6.05
7.90
1.00 100
125
150
19.20
19.20
19.20
19.20
19.20
19.20
15.10
19.20
19.20
15.10
19.20
19.20
11.62
16.48
19.20
8.99
12.78
16.77
7.66
10.90
14.32
4.91
7.54
9.93
1.20 100
125
150
19.20
19.20
19.20
19.20
19.20
19.20
18.97
19.20
19.20
18.97
19.20
19.20
14.67
19.20
19.20
10.54
15.95
19.20
3.57
13.67
17.79
5.40
9.57
12.48

 

DECK FOUR

Deck Properites
Gauge t
(mm.)
W
(kg.m2
A
mm2/mm
I
mm4/mm
Sp
mm2/mm
Sn
mm2/mm
Rb
kN/m
oVn
kN/m
22 0.8 8 1.021 518 23.4 18.6 11.929 27.88
20 1.0 10 1.276 648 29.2 23.3 16.995 33.76
18 1.2 12 1.532 777 35.1 27.9 28.779 44.55
16 1.6 16 2.042 1037 46.8 37.2 42.778 55.9
Composite Properties
t
mm.
Slab
Depth
mm.
OM
kN.m.
A
m2/m.
Vol
M2/m2
W
kN/m2
Sc
mm3/m
Iave
mm4/m
oM
kN.m
oV
kN/m
0.80 100
125
150
180
16.68
22.64
28.61
35.77
0.059
0.079
0.099
0.126
0.077
0.102
0.127
0.157
1.815
2.402
2.990
3.695
54507
75372
97490
124960
5792014
11151680
18953266
32128000
12.47
17.62
22.79
29.21
38.312
50.410
62.853
72.245
1.00 100
125
150
180
20.25
27.70
35.16
44.11
0.059
0.079
0.099
0.126
0.077
0.102
0.127
0.157
1.815
2.402
2.990
3.695
66653
92341
119684
153720
6312754
12066492
20408851
34432764
15.58
21.59
27.98
35.93
38.312
50.410
63.517
78.125
1.20 100
125
150
180
23.59
32.54
41.50
52.24
0.059
0.079
0.099
0.126
0.077
0.102
0.127
0.157
1.815
2.402
2.990
3.695
78488
108910
141414
181962
6800543
12924654
21779514
36613265
18.35
25.46
33.06
42.53
38.312
50.410
63.517
80.576
t
(mm.)
Slab
Depth
mm.
OM
kN.m.
Uniforem Superimposed Loads, kn/m2
span (m)
2.0m 2.5m 3.0m 3.5m 3.75m 4.0m 4.5m
0.80 100
125
150
180
12.74
17.62
22.79
29.21
14.57
19.2
19.2
19.2
8.83
12.29
15.99
19.2
5.72
7.99
10.42
13.46
3.84
5.39
7.06
9.15
3.17
4.46
5.86
7.61
2.62
3.7
4.88
6.36
1.79
2.55
3.34
4.44
1.00 100
125
150
180
15.58
21.59
27.98
35.93
18.11
19.2
19.2
19.2
11.1
15.5
19.2
19.2
7.3
10.19
13.94
17.19
4.99
7.01
9.62
11.9
4.18
5.87
8.08
10.1
3.51
4.94
6.82
8.46
2.49
3.53
4.9
6.1
1.20 100
125
150
180
18.35
25.46
33.06
42.53
19.2
19.2
19.2
19.2
13.32
18.56
19.2
19.2
8.83
12.34
16.9
19.2
6.13
8.59
11.8
14.59
5.16
7.25
9.98
12.35
4.37
6.15
8.49
10.52
3.17
4.48
6.22
7.73

 

DECK FIVE

SUPER DECK

METHOD OF INSTALLATION AND DETAILS

Propping and Electrical Layout

proppingdetail

Electrical Layout
electricallayout

 

Connection Details

1

Typical Interior Support
cd2

Typical Interior Support
cd3

Typical Sprandel End
cd4

 

Composite Construction

COMPOSITE CONSTRUCTION
All reinforced concrete are composite construction in the sense that they combine two dissimilar material in any structural member. The term composite is usually applies to the combination of the concrete with structural steel in the form of DN Steel Deck Panels. The structural steel, while capable of carry loads when acting alone can develop much strength and stiffness if it acts integrally with the concrete.

DN STEEL DECK REINFORCED COMPOSITE SLABS
Floor and slabs, incorporating cold formed DN Steel Deck Panels, which servers both as form and reinforcement for the concrete placed over them, are widely use in the building where the main framing is either steel or composite construction. DN steel deck has a base metal of ASTM 446 cold rolled, 550 mPa (80,000 psi) yield strength and available thickness of 0.80 mm, 1.0 mm and 1.2 mm with zinc coating of Z-27.

DN Steel Decking, easily and quickly laid on a steel floor beams, serves as working flatform to support construction activities and to carry freshly poured concrete. This eliminates the need of temporary flaseworks and forms.

 

Reinforced Composite Slabs

COMPOSITE CONSTRUCTION
All reinforced concrete are composite construction in the sense that they combine two dissimilar material in any structural member. The term composite is usually applies to the combination of the concrete with structural steel in the form of DN Steel Deck Panels. The structural steel, while capable of carry loads when acting alone can develop much strength and stiffness if it acts integrally with the concrete.

DN STEEL DECK REINFORCED COMPOSITE SLABS
Floor and slabs, incorporating cold formed DN Steel Deck Panels, which servers both as form and reinforcement for the concrete placed over them, are widely use in the building where the main framing is either steel or composite construction. DN steel deck has a base metal of ASTM 446 cold rolled, 550 mPa (80,000 psi) yield strength and available thickness of 0.80 mm, 1.0 mm and 1.2 mm with zinc coating of Z-27.

DN Steel Decking, easily and quickly laid on a steel floor beams, serves as working flatform to support construction activities and to carry freshly poured concrete. This eliminates the need of temporary flaseworks and forms.

STEEL DECKING ACCESSORIES


Purlins are the horizontal structural membrane in a roof. It helps in supporting the loads from the roof and are properly supported by the building wall or principal rafter. These roof purlins are extensively used in large sized roofing platforms, factory, workshops and many industrial projects. Manufactured using best grade materials, these are offered in various specifications, depending upon the requirements of the clients.

C Purlins

C Purlins are horizontal structures that are used to support the load from the roof or the sheathing. The plane surface of this purlin on one side has made it a preferred material for cladding due to its easy installation on concrete structures or steel. Our range purlins are light in weight and perfect for simple span construction.

Features:

  • Optimum quality
  • Easy installation
  • Cut to size
  • High tensile strength
  • Abrasion & corrosion resistance

Advantages of C Purlins:

  • Ability to span length
  • Purlin erection is easier than others
  • Fast to erect and easy handling
  • No side drilling/cutting required
  • Assured dimensions and straightness
  • High durability, versatility and uniform quality
  • Low transportation cost due to decreased weight
  • Close tolerances on sectional sizes due to process of cold roll forming

Z Purlins

Z Purlins are made using cold-formed or rolled sheets for supporting roof. The flexible shape of these beams facilitates various designs solutions. These purlins are extensively used in huge roofing solutions such as godowns, workshops, industrials sheds and many more. The range is known for saving upto 50% on structural sheet in comparison with hot rolled angles. Our purlins are crisp and clean in design and do not allow the scope of inaccurate lengths.

Advantages:

  • Ability to span length
  • Fast to erect and easy handling
  • Assured dimensions and straightness
  • Purlin erection is easier than others
  • High durability, versatility and uniform quality
  • Low transportation cost due to reduced weight
  • Close tolerances on sectional dimensions owing to process of cold roll forming
  • Saving up to 35-40% in weight and 20% in cost when compared to hot rolled purlins

Why use steel purlins?

  • Steel is generally cheaper than wood construction
  • Steel is recyclable and thus “greener” than wood
  • Steel structures can be assembled quicker than wood
  • Steel is lighter than wood structures of the same size
  • Steel is not affected by termites or other insects that feed on wood
  • Steel can be expected to last much longer than wood in most applications
  • Steel has greater fire resistance than wood

Materials Specifications

  • Hot-dipped zinc-coated steel
  • Conforms to AS 1397/G275/G340
  • SAVE ON THE COST OF BUILDING MATERIALS

AISSI Pre – engineered Rigid Frame was developed to serve the needs of the building industry requiring structures with unsupported spans of not more than 16m width. Building dimensions of this type fall in the region where the use of conventional steel construction method, such as welding of rolled or built – up structural shapes, becomes uneconomical. With the use of hot- dipped, galvanized light gage steel for the primary members of the structure such as that of AISSI Pre- engineered Rigid Frame, substantial savings can be achieved as compared with other systems.

  • SAVE ON TIME AND COST OF ERECTION WORK

Components of AISSI Pre – engineered Rigid Frame are accurately shop – fabricated and assembled at site using all – bolted connections. No expensive jobsite welding and oxy – acetylene torch – cutting works. Roofing and wall cladding panels are delivered cut-to-size for quick enclosure of the building shell.

  • ADAPTABLE TO VARIOUS BUILDING APPLICATIONS

Constructions of large un- obstructed floor space such as those needed for school buildings, agricultural facilities, filed offices, covered garage, temfacil, mass housing etc.

  • WIDE RANGE OF CHOICES FOR BUILDING ACCESSORIES

Various choices for doors, windows, thermal insulation materials, roofing and cladding skins are available to suit your requirements.

Product Features

  • Rollformed to various dimensions from a depth of 100mm. to 300mm.
  • Available in the following thicknesses: 1.5mm.,2.0mm.,3.0mm.,3.5mm.
  • Can be ordered cut to length subject to volume and transport limitations.

Advantages

  • No need to paint.
  • Highly compatible to use with long span pre-painted roofing materials.
  • Since AISSI Hi-TEN LC Shapes can be ordered longspan, sections can be analyzed as multi-supported continuous members resulting in lower flexural stresses. Compared with simply-supported members, AISSI Hi-TEN LC Shapes are therefore safer and more economical to use.
  • Unlike B.I sections, AISSI Hi-TEN LC Shapes do not have rust-staining problems.

Applications

  • Can be used in residential, commercial, and industrial projects requiring hygienic and long term lifespan.
  • Highly adaptable in agriculture & livestock industry such as poultry houses, piggeries, etc.
  • Highly recommended to use in corrosive environments such as in food processing facilities, etc.
  • Ideal to use in recreation and resort facilities exposed to salty air.