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As cold form steel sections are light in weight, strong, noncombustible and easy to install, it has taken over the market for interior, non- load bearing partition walls in commercial construction. With advancements in technology like panelized systems, the building community is using CFS for structural applications in the mid- rise and multi-housing buildings.
These cold formed steel sections are becoming quite popular as the choice of material for student dormitories, assisted living facilities and hotels, where developers are interested in expanding their return on investments.
They are made from structural quality steel that are made into shapes either through press-braking blanks sheared from sheets or coils or by roll forming the steel through a series of dies. To form the shapes, no hear is needed and thus the name cold form steel sections.

Special Features
– Spans up to 15 m
– Clear height upto 3 m
– Variety of sheeting- Galvalume and Galvanized
– Wall Options- sheeted and block works
– Covered ceilings-roof liners
– Insulations for roof and wall
– Partition walls
– Custom Designed
– Special accessories like doors, windows, ventilators etc.

Advantages of cold formed sections

The increase in the yield strength of steel, being the consequence of cold working perfectly into the strain- hardening range is due to the effect of cold forming. These increases are major in zones where the metal is bent by folding.

  • Cross sectional shapes are created to close tolerances and can be consistently repeated.
  • Cold rolling can be used to create any desired shape and length.
  • Pre-galvanized or pre-coated metals can be created for an attractive surface finish.
  • High strength to weight ratio is achieved in cold-rolled products.

Cold-Formed Sections Types

There are 2 types of cold formed sections: Structural shapes and panels. Apart from these two shapes, there are closed, open and built-up sections like Cee sections, zee sections, double channel I beams with stiffened flanges, hat sections with and without intermediate stiffeners, box sections, U sections and much more. These are used in buildings for structural functions like eave struts, purlins and girts along with joists and studs.

Applications of Cold-Formed Sections

Cold- formed sections can be used for pre-engineered buildings and for a whole roof, floor and wall systems. They can even be used for individual framing members like studs, joists and truss members.

These sections can serve as primary and secondary structures, from a structural standpoint. The perfect example of cold- formed steel as primary structures is the steel stud load bearing wall. Steel studs offers the lateral support to exterior wall finish are secondary structures since they rely on the primary structure for support.

Pre-Engineered Buildings

A whole industry was built with cold-formed steel building components. The manufacturers of pre-engineered metal buildings offer custom designed structures right from a small tool shed to a range of urbane structures like schools, churches and complex manufacturing facilities.

Insulated Panel

Cold- formed steel panels are used for enclosing the building to keep in the heat. They are cold-formed steel panels with insulation incorporated in the construction of the panel.

Wall Panels

There a series of panel systems like for instance the simple, single ribbed sheet, formed, coated element and modified to fulfill special functions that may be needed.  They are similar to the ribbed roof panel and are either painted or aluminum coated for long service life.