Emaar Z & C purlins, are the ones designed primarily to support the major structures to hold the roof and wall panels to the main structure. Emaar purlins are designed in such a way that these will take maximum amount of load with a minimum amount of size, which reduces the total weight of the building as well. These Purlins & girts are made with cold-formed high performance steel with all the process monitored by our experts to ensure the highest quality and a longer life.
Emaar produces a wide range of Z & C purlins which are of standard sizes shown below. We are also at your service to provide you with other customized sizes according to your requirement and design as well. Emaar has taken extra care in meeting all the standard requirements for our products, be it international or codes specified by local governments.
Our latest automated machinery which is one of the best in the world produces more numbers with very less amount of wastage, so we could deliver you faster than any of our contemporaries in the market, provided whatever be your requirement.
“Z” shaped section may be used over single spans, unlapped continuous spans and lapped continuous spans in multi-bay buildings. Lapped spans results in considerable load bearing capacity increase in the system.
“C” shaped section may be used over single spans and unlapped continuous spans in multi-bay buildings. They are ideal as eave purlins or where compact sections are required.
The “C” shaped section cannot be used in overlapping structures.
All Z & C section product is manufactured from hot dipped galvanized steel to BS EN10346:2015, Z275 coating and with a minimum yield strength of 450N/mm2.
The section reference of a Z-section 232mm deep and 1.8mm thick would be 232 Z18. The first 3 digits of the section reference indicate the depth of the section in millimetres (i.e, 232 equals 232mm deep). The fourth digit is a letter that signifies the profile type(i.e, Z for Z-section). The last two digits indicate the material thickness(i.e, 18=1.8mm)
The section reference of a C-section 232mm deep and 1.8mm thick would be 232 C 18. The first 3 digits of the section reference indicate the depth of the section in millimetres (i.e, 232 = 232mm deep). The fourth digit is a letter that signifies the profile type (i.e, C for C- section). The last two digits indicate the material thickness (i.e, 18 = 1.8mm)