The steel frame of a prefab building
The steel frame of WAREX system prefab buildings is composed of universal prefabricated steel components that are bolted together during construction. The steel frame is designed and dimensioned in accordance with all applicable standards and regulations (ČSN, DIN, EC). Each building frame is accompanied by a static calculation. WAREX system prefab buildings can normally have up to three floors. Steel frames of prefab buildings are intended for the construction of educational facilities, sales, presentation or accommodation facilities.
Steel frame columns are anchored in concrete footers with anchor bolts. Roof/ceiling beams are designed as lattice trusses. The roof is supported by prefabricated trusses mounted to create a roof angle.
WAREX prefab buildings usually have a cantilever roof covered with PUR roof panels. However, the roof can also be flat, with a spray-on polyurethane insulation layer. According to customer wishes and architectural inclusion of the prefab building into surrounding buildings, the roof can also be of gable type with roof cover.