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Cranes & Mezzanines

The pre-engineered buildings designed by the manufacturers of pre-engineered structures offer the flexibility to adjust almost all the categories of crane systems. The commonest of the crane systems are the low hanging cranes, the monorails and the EOT. The pre-engineered steel structures are also adaptable for the use of conveyors and other machineries that carry loads. In all standard buildings integration of all sorts of cranes may not be possible but at the pre-engineered buildings scope of integration is much more. Crane brackets and crane joists, which hold up the crane system, are the necessary elements that are taken into consideration while designing the pre-engineered buildings as these elements play a major role in the construction of buildings that need to house craning systems.

Construction of Mezzanine floors halfway in a pre-engineered building, which is a metal structure, can be created easily. Mezzanine floors in the pre-engineered buildings can be made to cover the entire area or only a part of it. Construction of the mezzanine floor depends on the requirement of space needed for the loading of the office items and storage goods. A mezzanine floor features steel floors held up by beams attached to the mezzanine floor joists. The main joists of the mezzanine floors generally cover the total breadth of the pre-engineered buildings. The main mezzanine joists are situated beneath the primary supports and the secondary beams are placed parallel to the end to end distance of the pre-engineered building.

The projected beam at the top is set appropriately beneath the top projection of the mezzanine floor joist. The utility of the mezzanine floor depends on amount of load it is holding up and the spacing between the supporting lines. Stairs, platforms and other features along multiple levels can also be designed and constructed in the pre-engineered buildings.

Cranes Mezzanines