What is an arched building?
An arched building is a self-supported structure that does not require girders, beams or trusses. This building type can be used to satisfy nearly any building function, including housing, warehousing, storage facilities, maintenance facilities, aircraft hangars, agricultural and livestock housing, commercial facilities, recreational structures and more.
Durability and Resistance to Corrosion
Galvanized steel coils or colored steel coils feature a high corrosion resistance as well as a superior heat reflectivity. It reflects a high percentage of heat and can withstand nearly any weather condition with no surface discoloration. These coils are made from high tensile steel and come in a variety of colors in order to enhance the appearance, life and value of the building. The specially designed seaming machines eliminate the use of fasteners and ensure a 100% leak proof performance of the roof.
Main Technical Specification of CS-1000-630 K Q Span Machine
1. Length: Approx. 10.3 m
2. Width: Approx. 2.25 m
3. Height: Approx. 2.30 m
4. Weight: Approx. 13000kg
5. Axle: Three axles, six tires
6. Wheel/tires: Standard
7. Towing: adjustable draw bar height from 80mm-160mm with 80mm round hitch.
8. Lighting System: Easily adaptable lighting
9. Drive System: All hydraulic
10. Fuel tank capacity: 68 liters
11. Construction: All steel and burnished aluminum construction, precision forming rollers with hard chrome plating.
12. De-coiling Device: 508 mm inside diameter, 5000kg capacity
13. Plant: Premium urethane enamel over epoxy primer (white) with buyers' markings on top and side covers
14. Panel forming speed: Approx. 18 meters/min
15. Curving Speed: Approx. 15 meters/min
16. Seaming Speed: Approx. 6 meters/min
17. Tables：four legs, with rollers, stand separately
18. Minimum Radius: 3.65 meters
19. Steel Coil Capacity: 1.2 mm nominal ASTM 653 Grade 50, 1.5 mm maximum thickness, 0.80 mm minimum thickness
20. Maximum Building Size: 38 meters wide, widths are calculated using liberal code parameters from the International Building Code