Prefab house design for Kenya

Kenya Prefab House

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Kenya Prefab House

Why Choose Light Gauge Steel Structure ?

1)?Lifetime for structure:?100 years.
2)?Earthquake resistance:?mix more than 8 grades.

3)?Wind resistance:?max 60m/s.
4)?Fire resistance:?all the materials used can be fire resistance.

5)?Snow resistance:?max 2.9KN/m2as required
6)?Heat insulation:?100 mm in thickness can match 1 m thickness of brick wall.

7)?High acoustic insulation:?60db of exterior wall 40db of interior wall
8)?Insect prevention:?free from the damages by insects, such as white ants

9)?Ventilation:?a combination of natural ventilation or air supply keep the indoor air fresh and clean
10)?Packing and delivery:?140SQM/ 40’HQ container for structure only and 90SQM/ 40’HQ container for structure with decorate materials.

11)?Installation:?the average is one worker one day install one SQM.
12)?Installation guide:?dispatch engineer to guide on site.

Prefabricated Apartments Design Code:

1) AISI S100 North American Specification for the Design of Cold Formed Steel Structural Members published by the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) in the United States.

2) AS/NZS 4600 Australian/New Zealand Standard-Cold-formed steel structures jointly published by Standards Australia and Standards New Zealand.

3) BS 5950-5 Structural use of steelwork in building-Part 5. Code of practice for design of cold formed thin gauge sections published by BSI in the UK.

4) ENV1993-1-3 means Euro code 3: Design of steel structures; Part 1.3: General rules, Supplementary rules for cold-formed thin gauge members.

Kenya Prefab House

Kenya Prefab House

Kenya Prefab House

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