LGFS( Light Gauge Framing System )



Vishvakarma engineers introducing Light Gauge Framing Structure. Which have the self-weight of the structure is a small portion of the applied load or generated forces. Lightweight structures often utilize lightweight and high-strength materials as well as advanced technologies for their design and construction.

Typical light weight structures include cable, membrane, shell, and folded structures as well as space grids, braced vaults and domes, arched-, stayed-and trussed systems.

Materials: are commonly galvanized C and Z purlin, RHS - SHS IS section, PVC - coated polyester fabrics as well as PTFE coated glass.

Aplication: Lightweight structures are widely employed in architecture, engineering and building construction and find application in long span roofs for stadiums and exhibition structures; covered shopping malls; entrance structures; poltry farm; signature structures and sculptures as well as shade and environmental protection canopies.

Normally the self-weight of the structure is a small portion of the applied load or generated forces. Lightweight structures often utilise lightweight and high-strength materials as well as advanced technologies for their design and construction. For many forms, the surface is prestressed and this results in doubly curved shapes requiring specialized cutting patterns and care during erection. They are recognised for their aesthetic appearance and their innovative character.