The FRAMECAD Twin head decoiler is an option that customers can choose to replace the standard Single head decoiler. This enables customers to always have a spare steel coil loaded on the decoiler which drastically reduces the change over time of coils. This means a big reduction in down time between coil changes for increased production output.
CFS construction allows developers to meet tight timelines without compromising on quality and allows fast construction of Mid-Rise buildings including; apartments, commercial office buildings, hotels, aged care facilities and more.
The highly accurate and accelerated production of the FRAMECAD system means that walls, trusses and joists can be prefabricated off site at rapid speed. The streamlined FRAMECAD roll forming equipment takes up minimal space and allows for easy assembly.
Façade systems comprise the structural elements that the building envelope is created from, a wide variety of facade treatments and shapes may be created using CFS, including large ribbon windows, curved and inclined walls, solar shading and balconies.
See how a social house can be quickly and easily built using the steel framing and an indication of building systems, used in the FRAMECAD system.
As experts in cold formed steel (CFS) construction, FrameTech knew exactly which method they would use to bring that space to life. Read this case study to learn how did their award-winning CFS facility come to fruition?
The Langdon Apartments in New South Wales are a great example of how SBS Group's experience and expertise has delivered an amazing result for a challenging site and design. View the Case Study below and discover how SBS Group can provide the tools to help developers Build Smarter.
Some builders assume cold-formed steel is only suitable for nonstructural interior walls, but it can also be used for floor joists, roof trusses, and more. Buildsteel.org take us through the extensive versatility of constructing with CFS.
This report produced by the World Steel Association aims to provide unbiased information and resources to all stakeholders involved in the construction sector. It details the strong and weak points of various structural solutions