The Pre Engineered Buildings (PEB) system is one of the fastest growing building systems in India. For the making of a building whether it is made of concrete or steel or wood the construction process needs a lot of time. The time is considered as the major aspect by most of the companies in the consideration and it has been proven that apart from the money time is also a more important thing which needs to be monitored. Hence, the concept of Pre Engineered Buildings (PEB) has come into the field and brought a strong focus on people. Pre Engineering buildings are previously manufactured buildings which are reliable and durable. Pre Engineered buildings are lighter than the normal steel buildings. Nowadays many Construction companies will prefer to opt for pre-engineered buildings. For the fast and quality construction of industrial buildings, the PEB is the suitable option.
Pre Engineered Buildings are built in the factory and then shipped to the site and bolted together. Primary components include factory – fabricated and factory-painted steel column and beam segments. Steel plates of desired thickness are made by cutting them and welding together to make I sections. These sections have structural efficiency.
The secondary component includes Purlins, girts and eave struts used to support the wall and roof panels Light corrugated metal sheets are used for cladding on both the roof and external walls. These steel sheets are coated with an aluminium-zinc alloy which protects it from corrosion. Purlins are used to connect grid of trusses; grits are used on the walls and eave struts are used at the intersection of the sidewall and the roof. A layer of insulation like rolls of glass wool or mineral wool is installed before installing the sheets. Self-tapping screws are used to fixed the sheets that run through the sheets and layers of insulation directly into the purlins. That is way of constructing pre engineered buildings.