Steel Z purlin
Z-shaped steel is a common cold-formed thin-walled steel with a thickness of 1.6-3.0mm and a section height of 120-350mm. The processing material is cold rolled and galvanized. Z-shaped steel is usually used in large-scale steel structure workshops, and the length and drilling are customized according to processing requirements.
The specifications and dimensions of cold-formed Z-shaped steel can be adjusted, and its compressive strength is large. It is widely used in automobiles, railway vehicles, building doors and windows, transportation, shelves, electrical cabinets, highway guardrails, building steel structures, containers, steel formwork and scaffolding, solar supports Shipbuilding, bridges, power transmission towers, steel sheet piles, cable trays, agricultural machinery, furniture, storage, guide rails, keel steel, vegetable greenhouses, pipeline supports, municipal construction and other fields.