Introduction to Z & C Purlin

Secondary members act as struts and help in resisting part of the longitudinal loads that are supplied on the building such as wind and earthquake loads. They also provide lateral bracing to the compression flanges of the main frame members there by increasing frame capacity. Pulins, girts and eave struts are available in two standard surface finishes ie., HR & Galvanized and three standard thicknesses.

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SPAN COLOR COATED ROOFINGS ZINCALUME ROOFINGS SAG RODS Z & C
IN MM (AT 1.60 M) (AT 1.80 M) (AT 1.4 M) Mass (Kg/M)
4.5 Z180 x 2.0 Z180 x 2.0 NIL 4.82
5.0 Z180 x 2.0 Z180 x 2.0 NIL 5.54
5.5 Z200 x 2.0 Z200 x 2.0 NIL 6.15
6.0 Z200 x 2.3 Z200 x 2.3 1NO 5.44
6.5 Z230 x 2.0 Z230 x 2.0 1NO 6.27
7.0 Z230 x 2.3 Z230 x 2.3 1NO 6.95
7.5 Z230 x 2.5 Z230 x 2.5 1NO 5.92
8.0 Z250 x 2.3 Z250 x 2.3 2NO 6.87
8.5 Z250 x 2.5 Z250 x 2.5 2NO 7.55
9.0 Z250 x 2.5 Z250 x 2.5 2NO 6.23

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF 'Z' AND 'C'
Purlin DEPTH 'D' Thickness (t) Mass (Kg/M) ZED PURLIN F & L CEE PURLIN F & L
160 2.00 4.82 60 & 20 60 & 20
160 2.30 5.54 60 & 20 60 & 20
160 2.55 6.15 60 & 20 60 & 20
200 2.00 5.44 60 & 20 60 & 20
200 2.30 6.27 60 & 20 60 & 20
200 2.55 6.95 60 & 20 60 & 20
230 2.00 5.92 60 & 20 60 & 20
230 2.30 6.87 60 & 20 60 & 20
230 2.55 7.55 60 & 20 60 & 20
250 2.00 6.23 60 & 20 60 & 20
250 2.00 6.23 60 & 20 60 & 20
250 2.55 7.95 60 & 20 60 & 20