ARMOR'S SECONDARY FRAMING
(PURLINS, GIRTS, AND ANGLES)
The Secondary framing of your building consists of purlins, eave struts, girts, angles, and channels for post and beam endwalls or framed openings. These materials are made of 50,000 PSI coils that are typically 16 gauge or higher. Purlin and Girts minimum depth is 8" and are "Z" shaped members that bolt down to the roof rafters and side columns to join the rigid frames together. All Secondary framing members are available entirely galvanized and do not require painting to prevent rusting and corrosion. The shiny galvanized material gives the building a much brighter and new look to the interior.
COMPETITION: Some competitors use only 4" or 6" purlins and girts that are just 36,000 PSI. Most have the dark red primer which easily flakes, rust and would require painting to slow the rusting and corrosion. Corrosion is most likely in situations where there is no concrete floor in addition to high heat, salt or moisture content areas.
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