A single-screw space frame is a structure consisting of tubular steel parts with connected joints. It is used for openings of 5 to 12 meters due to its cost-effectiveness. In single-screw space frame construction, the steel parts are punched and bent at each end and are connected to each other by bolts and nuts, creating structures with identical and repetitive modules and parallel layers at both the top and bottom.
The passage of the installation pipes through the space of the roof structure as well as the execution of the large opening creates a system that provides various capabilities in the design and placement of internal partitions.
- Quick execution
- An elegant inner and outer facade
- The low weight of structural elements
- Custom partitioning
- Possibility of passing electrical and mechanical installations through the space between the roof networks
- Great variety in application
- Possibility to design and execute structures with large and cost-effective openings
- Possibility to open and close the structure, easy packing, loading and transportation
- Worker and employer camps
- Large-opening workshop warehouses
- Exhibition booths
- Terminal and passenger stations
- Large industrial, sports, exhibition, gatherings, greenhouses, warehouses, etc halls
- Awnings, fuel stations, swimming pools, parking lots, etc