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Sunnyda Z beam steel or universal column is most popular in structural steel purposes. Sunnyda Z beam steel is a low-sulfur that ensures to support roof panels and frame steel structure. It is preferred because of easily nested and lapped. It is commonly used because of many depth and thickness selections that let workers create many designs.

Z beam steel has many different dimensions to choose from that you can base on your project needs and special requirements. Whatever your ideal dimensions for Z beam steel , Sunnyda can fully support your project.

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Sunnyda Z beam steel is very useful and stronger to use for roofing applications. Z beam steel is very useful for your building projects. It is capable to support your frames and roof structures that provide the best protection for your building projects from any weather conditions.

Sunnyda Z beam steel is attainable at different dimensions. There many advantages when choosing Z beam steel for your business. It is great for your business since Z beam steel is popular and durable for building constructions. We ensure that your customers will choose these beams for building their homes.

Sunnyda Z beam steel is a cold-formed known as the HFB or the hollow flange beam and a resistance. There are many sizes that your business and applications will suit from. We have 1.2 to 2.5mm of Z beam steel thickness that could offer for your business.

Z beam steel can carry up to 4000 lbs of weight that can be assembled horizontally and vertically. It is manufactured in the best quality steel.

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We are a professional and experienced manufacturer in China of steel structure, prefabricated container house, steel structure buildings, trailer house, and sandwich panel that ensure the roof applications durably. We have 60 employees and expert 12 architects that guide the whole process.

Whether you need Z beam steel for industrial, or any applications, we are capable to sustain your special needs.

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Z Beam Steel
Table of Contents

Introduction
Q1: What Is Z Beam Steel?
Q2: What Are The Applications Of Z Beam Steel?
Q3: What Are The Best Production Methods For Z Beam Steel?
Q4: What Are Z Beam Steel Types?
Q5: What Is The Difference Between Z Beam Steel And C?
Q6: What Are The Materials Used To Produce Z Beam Steel?
Q7: What Are The Advantages Of Using Z Beam Steel?
Q8: What Are The Dimensions Of Z Beam Steel?
Q9: What Are The Most Commonly Used Z Beam Steel Grades?
Q10: What Are The International Standards Of Z Beam Steel?
Q11: What Is The Maximum Load Can Z Beam Steel Support?
Q12: How Long Can Z Beam Steel Span?
Q13: What Is The Maximum Length Of Z Beam Steel?
Q14: What Are The Critical Factors To Consider Before Buying Lightweight Z Beam Steel?
Q15: Can Manufacturer Design Z Beam Steel?
Q16: Does Manufacturer Provide Z Beam Steel Customization?
Q17: Does Manufacturer Provide Plain And Punched Z Beam Steel?
Q18: What Anti-Corrosion Surface Protection Can Be Applied To Z Beam Steel?
Q19: Is Z beam Steel Can Be Galvanized?
Q20: What Surface Treatment Can Be Applied To Z Beam Steel?
Q21: Does the Manufacturer Provide Z Beam Steel Accessories?
Q22: How Much Cost Z Beam Steel In China?
Q23: Does China’s Z Beam Steel Complies With International Building Codes?
Q24: Why Do Buyers Prefer Largely To Import Z Beam Steel From China?
Q25: How Long Does It Takes To Deliver Z Beam Steel From China?
Q26: How Much is The Average Shipping Cost From China?
Q27: How Sunnyda Can Offer Z Beam Steel Competitive Price, Quality & Service?
Q28: Does Manufacturer Keep Stock Of Z Beam Steel?
Q29: What Does Z Beam Steel Warranty Usually Cover? How Long Does It Last?
Q30: I have Additional Questions About Z Beam Steel?

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

Introduction

This frequently asked question guide briefly defines Z beam steel, applications, production process, while it provides a clear idea about various steel grades and galvanization types that can be applied to Z beam steel. It covers also other important topics about Z Beam Steel.

 

Q1: What Is Z Beam Steel?

‘Z’ Beam Steel is horizontal structural steel sections that take the form of the letter  ‘Z’, they’re used under several names ‘Z section’, ‘Z axis’, Z profile, Z purlin, Z-Bars, Z-Channels, Zees, roof profile, facade profile, light gauge steel construction profile, etc…

Because of its overlapping capability, strength and loading capacity, ‘Z’ Beam Steel acts as a support and reinforcements for structures by providing lateral stability to the primary frame members.

They are essentially designed to build the roof and wall joists of the majority of shell structures. They are mostly used for framing work, supports purlin, auxiliary element, facade profile, stiffeners, stringcourse, reinforcements, trims, edgings and structural components.

 

Q2: What Are The Applications Of Z Beam Steel?

Z Beam Steels has become today a necessity in all residential, commercial and industrial steel structure construction to support mainly roof and wall sheeting and for many other purposes:

 

Construction:

Steel building construction, Mezzanines flooring, roofing truss, wall sheeting, Load-bearing column and beam.

Heavy industrial steel structure buildings exposed to excessive loads.

Light gauge steel structure constructions, warehouses and hangars.

Auxiliary element in industrial construction.

Structural framing in medium-sized buildings, as well as barns, garages, patios and carports.

Floor framing, scaffolds, rails, etc.

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

Manufacturing

Automotive, car trailers, electricity and electronics.

 

Energy

Construction of oilfield support equipment, as industries platforms, petrochemical vertical steel structures etc…

 

Others

Garage Doors, Store Fixtures, Metal Furniture, Racks, etc…

 

Q3: What Are The Best Production Methods For Z Beam Steel?

Roll Forming is a proven technology used to create Z Beam Steel; this reliable method allows producing large quantities of steel sheet and thus, creates constant-profile parts with specific lengths.

Roll forming can be produced either through:

 

Cold Rolling:

Z Beam steel passes through a series of Cold-formed steel (CFS) processes or cold-working. The production is carried out through a set of rollingpressingstamping and bending operations. Cold-rolled steel (CRS) sheets are commonly used in all areas of steel manufacturing including.

 

Hot Rolling:

This process allows the deformation of metals above their recrystallization temperature recrystallization is an important step as it keeps the materials strain to harden, this ultimately keeps the yield strength and hardness low and ductility high.

Hot metal can be worked using several methods such as rollingforgingextrusion, and drawing.

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

Z Beam Steel Production Process:

The rolling process of Z Beam steel involves a series of bending operations via one or multiple fabrication machine processes, which progressively shape a strip of long sheet metal or coiled steel through a consecutive set of rolls mounted stands till obtaining the desired Z profile.

Secondary processing includes stamping, punching, holes and cutting off any Z Beam steel length.

 

Q4: What Are Z Beam Steel Types?

Z Beam steel is available in a diverse range of fully compatible Z profiles made from cold-rolled steel in depths ranging from 6 mm to 28 mm deep, indifferent standard or custom-made specifications, with or without returns flanges. The most common types of Z Beam steel are produced for Sleeved System, Double-span Sleeved, Butted, Heavy End Bay Systems, lapped and Single and Double Span Z beam steel.

Z Beam steel can form a well-proven structure system as well as a high degree of flexibility and strength, and weight-saving over hot rolled steel sections, along with simple handling during installation.

 

Q5: What Is The Difference Between Z Beam Steel And C?

Z beam steel can be used over single spans, lapped continuous spans in multi-bay buildings as well as unlapped continuous. Whereas C sections can only be used over single spans and unlapped continuous spans. In addition to that, Z beam steel is stronger than C beam steel.

Z & C beams steel are used with each other as joints and overlaps.

 

Q6: What Are The Materials Used To Produce Z Beam Steel?

Z Beam Steel can be made from high-tensile steel or mild steel. However, while high-tensile galvanized steel is mostly used, other metals such as stainless, aluminum, brass and copper remain also common. A variety of treatments and finishes using diverse coating and anti-corrosion protection materials are also applied to Z Beam steel.

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

Mild Steel High-Tensile Steel

Z Beam Steel can be produced from light gauge low carbon mild steel of 2.30 mm to 4.50 mm thickness, conformant to JIS G3350 & SSC 400.

 

Hot Dipped Galvanized High-Tensile Steel

Z Beam Steel is mostly made from Hot Dipped Galvanized High-Tensile Steel compliant with AS1397Z350. Thickness ranges from 1.50 mm to 3.00 mm, zinc coating Z275 (275g/m2) and minimum yield stress of 450MPa are applied.

Z350 (350 g/m2) zinc coating can be applied upon request.

G450 Steel: is a Z beam steel grade made from hot-dipped zinc-coated structural steel with a spangled surface, This steel grade guarantee a minimum yield strength of 450MPa. AS 1397:2011 and AS/NZS 1365:1996 are the main applicable standards.

G500 Steel: this is a hot-dipped zinc-coated structural steel used to produce Z beam steel; it offers a spangled surface and guaranteed minimum yield strength of 500MPa. It’s Suitable for roll forming to a minimum internal diameter of 4t.

It’s made according to AS 1397:2011 and AS/NZS 1365:1996 standards.

G550 Zinc: this grade of hot-dipped zinc alloy-coated structural steel offers a regular spangle surface while minimum yield strength of 550MPa is guaranteed.

12, 14, 16, 18 & 20 Gauge Galvanized Steel: a complete line of engineered Z Beam steel in different gauges can be provided; they are essential for framing work, supports, stiffeners, bracket and wall girt.

 

Q7: What Are The Advantages Of Using Z Beam Steel?

Z Beam Steel is considered an extremely economic and competitive solution due to its increased inertia, reduces deflection, large width and high-yield steel characteristics, which results in a good installation performance.

There are many advantages for constructing with Z Beam Steel:

  • Zed Beam Steels are a lightweight alternative option to girts and timber purlins, Z beam steel is easy to install, it can be lapped, instead of wasting time in the cutting to length process.
  • Excellent strength to weight ratio and load-bearing capacity.
  • Extremely competitive section-modulus-to-mass ratio.
  • Good corrosion resistance, the Z beam steel is thickest at the critical corrosion points, in addition to being galvanized and protected against rust.
  • End-to-end connections allow builders to obtain a beam of any length with continual consistent structural characteristics; this allows more spans and can reduce the cost.
  • Flexible design, bespoke Z Beam steel can be designed to suit required performance & specifications.
  • Efficient Z beam steel shapes can be produced in both hot-rolled and cold-formed steel to suit all construction developments.

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

Q8: What Are The Dimensions Of Z Beam Steel?

Production systems enable manufacturers to produce accurate Z beam steel to lengths of up to 9 m and up to a massive 500 mm deep x 6 mm. However, while Z beam steel can be customized according to customers’ required size and specifications. The following dimensions are commonly used:

Thickness: 1.5 mm to 3.2 mm.

Flange: 50 mm to 100 mm.

Lips: 15 mm to 30 mm.

Depth: 120 mm to 400 mm.

Weight: 2.80 Kg/m  to 15.94 Kg/m.

 

Q9 What Are The Most Commonly Used Z Beam Steel Grades?

The most commonly used Z Beam Steel Grades are summarized below:

 

S450 Z Beam Steel

This is a pre-hot dipped galvanized cold roll-formed steel which has a guaranteed minimum yield strength of 450N/ mm2 and can be galvanized using Z275 coating.

 

Q235 Z Beam Steel

This is a plain carbon / mild steel structural steel that offers good cold bending performance, strength, toughness, plasticity, and weldability. It is classified under Chinese standard GB/T700. It is divided into four primary qualities: Q235A; Q235B; Q235C and Q235D and characterized by a Steel density of 7.85 g/cm3; a tensile strength of 370-500 MPa and a Yield strength of 235 MPa.

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

Q345 Z Beam Steel

This Chinese standardized GB/T 1591 is a low alloy medium tensile strength steel, it is made through a hot-rolling process. Q345 Z Beam steel has a material density of 7.85 g/cm3, it offers a tensile strength of 470-630 Mpa and yield strength of 345 MPa.

Q345 Z beam steel has better properties than Q235. It is classified under five quality grades (Q345A; Q345B; Q345C; Q345D and Q345E). It’s known by its cold and hot workability, good weldability in addition to its corrosion resistance characteristics.

Q345 specifications are typical to ASME A572, it also covers the standard requirements for steel grades 42, 50, 55, 60, and 65.

China Z Beam Steel grades can be provided inclusion low carbon steel Q195; Q235A; Q235B; Q345B.

 

European Z Beam Steel Grades:

Z beam steel can be produced using European steel grades and standards of S235; S275, S355 and more.

 

British Standard Z Beam Steel Grades:

Grade S350GD and S390GD + Zn 275 g/m2 are used to manufacture lightweight Z Beam steel / Z purlins compliant to EN 10346, from cold-rolled thin gauge steel sheet, with a steel sheet yield strength of a minimum 350N/mm².

 

Q10: What Are The International Standards Of Z Beam Steel?

Commonly used Z Beam Steel meets the following Standards:

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

The American Society for Testing and Materials Standards for Z Beam Steel

Z beam steel is designed and produced in accordance to ASTM A570/A570M-98 Standards and Specification for Hot-Rolled Steel Sheet.

Cold-formed Z Beam Steel / Z Purlin / Z Sections are normally made from high-strength steel and galvanized as per A 653.7 ASTM Standard Specification, while its zinc-coated following G60 and G90 standards and ASTM A 525 which specify all kinds of metal coatings that can be applied by a hot-dip process.

ASTM A 312; A269; A511A can be produced along with JIS G3350; AISI, BS, DIN, GB standards, material grades, specifications, dimensions, etc…

 

AISI S100

The North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members, determines the scope, specifications under which Z beam steel is designed.

 

MetSPEC 14 the Middle East & North Of America

This innovative version software optimizes the design of Z steel beam / Z purlins and side rails to meet North American Standards and the Middle East as well.

 

Z Beam Steel British Standards

For the design of cold-formed thin gauge sections, code of practice for wind loads and imposed roof loads.

 

Z Beam Steel Eurocodes

Structural design and rules for cold-formed members and sheeting.

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

Q11: What Is The Maximum Load Can Z Beam Steel Support?

Z beam steel is preferred as load-bearing and auxiliary element to be used in light and heavy structural steel buildings construction to support the loads from the roof deck or sheathing.

A load factor of 1.5 is normally adopted for Z beam steel while general working loads are calculated in compliance with the following codes and standards:

British Standards Institution under BS EN 1991-1-3 standards which determines the snow load to be used for structural design and snow loads on roofs which occur in calm or windy conditions; loads due to snow overhanging the cantilevered edge of a roof, loads imposed by snow sliding down, etc…

ASCE/SEI 7-05 this is a clause of the United States building codes, it specifies clearly the wind and earthquake load provisions and provide minimum design loads and general structural design concerning wind, snow, rain, atmospheric ice, earthquake loads, dead, live, soil, flood and their combinations.

European standards for densities, self-weight, imposed loads: self-weight of construction works and imposed loads on buildings are designed as per BS EN 1991-1-1 general actions.

European standards for wind actions: wind actions on structures BS EN 1991-1-4: general actions are strictly applied in design, modeling of wind actions, wind velocity and velocity pressure.

 

Q12: How Long Can Z Beam Steel Span?

Using Z Beam Steel can result in achieving a span of 15 m, this offers a flexible and column-free internal space, and reduce substructure costs and erection times.

Z beam steel used in the roof allows a maximum span of 12 m.

In single-span system Z beam steel can offer up of 6 – 10 m, this is mainly used in walls and roofs. Whereas, in double-span system 4 to 6m spans can be reached in walls and roof applications which necessitate moderate spans.

 

Q13: What Is The Maximum Length Of Z Beam Steel?

Z beam steel of a maximum length of 16000 mm Z beam can be produced, with a maximum of 4,00 mm to 400mm of web measurement and a maximum of 100 mm flange measurement.

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

Q14: What Are The Critical Factors To Consider Before Buying Lightweight Z Beam Steel?

The following are the most important factors to consider before ordering Z Beam Steel:

  • The load-bearing capacity.
  • Torsional Rigidity.
  • Local Buckling.
  • Distortion of section.
  • Resistance to support reactions.
  • Unsupported lower flange under compression.

 

Q15: Can Manufacturer Design Z Beam Steel?

Yes, absolutely.

Z Beam steel can be designed to suit each project requirements and specification using the latest technology software that optimizes effectively Z Beam steel design processes and can perform planning, creating detailed models for structural construction, visualizing projects, creating load tables, calculating Z Beam Steel requirements in a timely effective manner while minimizing costs.

  • Z Beam steel design software enables customers to select the most convenable and affordable Z Beam steel systems design that suits their budget while it responds to their functional, aesthetics needs.
  • European and British design standards are incorporated in Z Beam steel design.
  • Z Beam steel can be designed as per required sizes, specifications, materials, span, length, finishing, etc…
  • Pre-punched holes based on either standard pattern or to clients bespoke requirements can be performed.

 

Q16: Does Manufacturer Provide Z Beam Steel Customization?

Z Beam steel can be customized to suit customer precise requirements in design, materials, sizes, thicknesses, lengths, finishing, cutting and forming using computer numerical control (CNC) machines. All customization options can be provided including the following options:

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

Standard and Special Dimensions

Thickness: 1.5 mm to 3.2 mm.

Flange: 50 mm to 100 mm.

Lips: 15 mm to 30 mm.

Depth: 120 mm to 400 mm.

Weight: 2.80 Kg/m to 15.94 Kg/m.

Up to 9 meters in one length;

Custom lengths also can be produced.

Custom sizes can be produced to meet original equipment manufacturer (OEM) requirements.

 

Press-forming

High accuracy press forming machines (BW Industries) are used to offer up to 9 meters in one length Z Beam Steel including even heavier gauges and longer lengths.

 

Cutting

Z Beam steel can be cut to specified length requirements, using laser cutting to provide high-quality cutting of any shape while giving volume productivity at a minimum cost.

 

Hole punching and notching

Standard and customized holes and slots can be punched and notched to the highest possible accuracy to suit any Z beam steel detail design requirements. Hole punching and notching process are made according to AISC guide.

A comprehensive range of tooling is used to produce Z beam steel punching and notching to almost any size, any steel gauge, any shape holes, in any number, to any position.

Computer-controlled punching stations and CNC Turrett Punch Press with 30 tons high-speed servo hydraulic punching head, which allows the punching of flat sheets of 2000 x 1500 mm and cold-formed sections up to 6 mm thick Z beam steel.

Hole of 22 mm diameter: suitable for M16 bolts and for big size Z beam steel webs of 300 mm and 350 mm.

Hole of 18 mm 22 mm diameter: suitable for M12 bolts and for 100; 150; 200 and 250 mm deep Z Beam steel.

Special projects: Z beam steel hole numbers, sizes and gauge lines can be modified to suit required design performance.

 

Drilled Holes

Z Beam steel can be supplied un-drilled or with pre-drilled holes at any hole diameter size including small size holes, using high-speed steel (HSS) drills, Core drills/Hole saws, etc…

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

Q17: Does Manufacturer Provide Plain And Punched Z Beam Steel?

Yes, Z Beam steel can be supplied blank or punched according to customer specifications.

Punching and blanking are metal fabrication processes that involve cutting the Z Beam steel surface into specific forms. This process enables highly specialized parts to be produced in addition to minimizing waste and cost.

In punching, a scrap slug is removed as the punch enters the punching die, leaving a hole in the Z Beam steel workpiece. On the other hand, Z beam steel Blanking creates a geometric shape or “blank” from the primary material, by feeding the steel sheet into a press and die.

 

Q18: What Anti-Corrosion Surface Protection Can Be Applied To Z Beam Steel?

Z Beam steel is typically prefinished with galvanization or other rust-inhibiting coating materials such as:

 

Hot-dip galvanizing

Hot-dip galvanizing offers excellent anti-corrosion protection in the most demanding corrosive atmospheres. Z350 (350g/m2) galvanizing coating is recommended for Z beam steel used in a non-aggressive environment; it offers excellent protection, long life lasting and maintenance-free. While, Z450 (450g/m2) galvanizing coating is preferred for severe corrosive atmospheric conditions such as marine and industrial environments. The heavier galvanizing coating also can be provided based on customers’ requests.

 

Zinc Coating

Zinc coatings with different coating thicknesses, surface qualities and surface treatments can be applied to Z Beam steel to meet the demands of various applications.

Zinc coating provides excellent adhesiveness, uniformity, ductility and good frictional behavior while the zinc lubricating effect makes it easy to mold and offers a graceful finished surface to Z beam steel.

This anti-corrosion coating type can meet aesthetic visual appearance requirements due to its crystallized zinc spangle. It can last up to 80 years and can be reached using zinc coating range from Z100 to Z600 (42 µm on both sides) with a composition of zinc coating which consists of (>99%) zinc.

Z beam steel Zinc coating thicknesses are defined in accordance with EN10346:2015 technical requirements.

Zinc coatings are available in a wide range of qualities and surface treatments. It can be made to meet different coating thicknesses specifications and meet the demands of various applications. Upon request, OEM Z beam steel zinc coating can be also fulfilled.

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

Q19: Is Z beam Steel Can Be Galvanized?

Galvanized Z Steel beam is preferred due to its excellent corrosion resistance, long life lasting and sustainability. Those factors made it highly effective and suitable for rust prevention, for exterior and interior applications; the following galvanized steel types are the most used in Z beam steel application:

 

Z275 (galvanized)

Z beam steel can be pre-hot dipped galvanized with Z275 (275g/m2) Zinc coating. This type of zinc coating can offer minimum yield strength of 450N/mm², with a minimum spangle suitable for both painted and unpainted Z Beam steel applications. Z275 is available in different thicknesses from 1.50 mm to 5.00 mm.

This coating class is applied to Z beam steel in conformance with AS 1397 standards which define zinc coating class, hot-dip metallic coated sheet steel and weights to be strictly followed in Z Beam steel coating.

However, while Z275 is the normal coating class for Z beam steel, the following remains optional:

 

AZ150 (Galvalume)

This is an aluminum-zinc alloy (Galvalume) that offers a fine spangle suitable for Z beam steel painting without any other treatment.

Z350 (350 g/m2) and Z200 are reliable and efficient galvanization solutions that can suit effectively all Z beam steel aesthetic and performance requirements.

Z450 and Z600 are hot-dipped galvanized heavy-coating known for its long life-time and excellent surface aspect which blends in almost all storage environments. It’s widely used for Z beam steel being competitive in terms of price and quality.

 

Galvanized-(G40, G60 and G90)

Z Beam steel can be zinc-coated (galvanized) in accordance with ASTM A653 and ASTM A1003 Standard Specification.

G40 galvanization: is applied to Z beam steel made from 25 and 20 steel gauges and coated with ASTM A1003.

G60 galvanization: this galvanization type is applicable mainly to Z beam steel produced from 18 gauge steel and greater and coated in accordance with ASTM A1003 guide.

G90 Galvanized: Z beam steel is hot dipped in zinc and coated with a minimum 0.90 oz. of zinc per square foot. This process provides 50 percent more zinc protection to Z beam steel. This type of galvanization offers excellent corrosion resistance and suits more all Z beam steel exterior applications.

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

Q20: What Surface Treatment Can Be Applied To Z Beam Steel?

A variety of cost-effective and resistant surface treatment can be used to enhance the aesthetic of Z beam steel and ensure abrasion and anti-corrosion protection including:

  • Z600 galvanized finish.
  • EB20020 with ‘Polycoat’
  • Prefinished Galvanized-(G30, G60, G90, G210) electro, bonderized and smooth bite can be provided.
  • Pre-plated (Hot-dip zinc).
  • Prepainted at any color.
  • Repolished
  • Red Oxide Primed.
  • Black

 

Q21: Does the Manufacturer Provide Z Beam Steel Accessories?

Z Steel Beam manufacturer can provide a variety of compatible accessories that can be supplied for all structural design and cladding types including:

  • C Purlin.
  • Eaves beams.
  • Side rails.
  • Anti-sag bars.
  • Anti-sag rods.
  • Cleaner angles.
  • Sleeves
  • Cleates

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

Q22: How Much Cost Z Beam Steel In China?

Hot-rolled galvanized Z Beam Steel costs approximately: $450 per Ton.

Z beam steel prices may vary according to quantities and customization level required.

To enquire about Z Beam Steel’s best prices please contact today.

 

Q23: Does China’s Z Beam Steel Comply With International Building Codes?

Yes, effectively. China’s Z beam steel is produced in compliance with International Building Codes (IBC) and countries’ local building codes. China’s Z beam steel producers apply strictly all regulations that govern Z beam steel performance, design, technical specifications, materials, load requirements, seismic forces resistance, fire safety code, etc…

 

Q24: Why Do Buyers Prefer Largely To Import Z Beam Steel From China?

A key reason that builders and business owners from all over the world choose to import Z Beam steel from China is that Z Beam steel Chinese manufacturers’ have all the resources, capabilities, technology and production capacity to produce all ranges of Z beam steel in large quantities. This reduces manufacturing costs and significantly lowers the price of Z beam steel and increases the profit margins for importers.

Furthermore, Chinese Z Beam steel producers’ can offer a one-stop-shop solution including design, manufacturing, customization and all related services at a cost-effective while quality and on-time delivery are ensured. This saves customers time, money and provides access to the most innovative Z Beam steel.

Chinese Z Beam steel has gained global steel industry popularity; construction sector investors rely heavily on China Z beam steel imports to build high-quality, sustainable buildings at an affordable cost.

 

Q25: How Long Does It Takes To Deliver Z Beam Steel From China?

Z beam steel production can be processed in 2-5 days according to order quantities and customization requirements, while shipping by Sea freight takes around 10 to 25 days.

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

Q26: How Much is The Average Shipping Cost From China?

Z beam steel shipping cost from china depends largely on weight and destination.

To ship one 20 ′ containers from China to South Africa, during peak seasons is estimated at the rate of 1000-2000 $ around

Please note that almost all Z beam steel is made from Light Weight Steel, so this may result in less shipping cost.

For more accurate information about Z beam steel shipping cost, please contact:

 

Q27: How Sunnyda Can Offer Z Beam Steel Competitive Price, Quality & Service?

Sunnyda is a name you can trust; it’s a synonym for effectiveness and Efficiency in designing, producing and exporting high-quality and affordable Z beam steel for various applications.

Sunnyda is one of the best Chinese producers of cold-rolled sections including Z beam steel, with a production capacity of more than 1,000,000 tons per year and a production system that enable manufacturing Z beam steel in a high degree of strength and accuracy. There are virtually no limitations in design, size, length, customization requirements and technical support when you need it.

Our Z steel beam can be produced for sleeved, double-span sleeved, butted and over-lapped systems.

Sunnyda Z Beam Steel is certified by the leading international standardization organizations:

Z beam steel

Z beam steel

Q28: Does Manufacturer Keep Stock Of Z Beam Steel?

Yes, Z Beam steel standard sizes are available on stock, while special sizes and customized Z Beam steel are made to order. Contact us now or visit our store for more details. We are located at: No 29, Huahui Road, Songjiang District, Shanghai, China.

 

Q29: What Does Z Beam Steel Warranty Usually Cover? How Long Does It Last?

Z beam steel manufacturers offer comprehensive warranties that cover not only the steel materials, coating and corrosion performance but also the serviceability performance.

The manufacturer can back their Z Beam steel with 20 years.

Z beam steel coating treatments warranty is subject to inquiry, please contact:

Z beam steel material deemed to be defective will be replaced at no charge by Sunnyda upon showing evidence.

 

Q30: I have Additional Questions About Z Beam Steel?

If you have any questions about Z beam steel, if you require more details about our best prices and services, if you need more advice about your current project steel, please contact us now today

 

 

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