Frameclad Manufacture & distribute light gauge steel frame stud and track in component form to be used as the infill walling to reinforced In-situ concrete frame buildings or hot rolled steel frame buildings. Our systems, processes and products carry a vast array of accreditation ensuring quality and suitability every time.
SFS is supplied as cold rolled “C” & “U” sections, stud and track respectively – details of the section sizes that are available and load tables can be found on our download section.
We offer stud and track in various sizes, factory cut to length, generally within 5-7 days from receipt of call off to anywhere on mainland UK.
Studs can have pre-punched service holes at specified locations if requested at no additional cost.
Track can be supplied either plain (to supplement this we also supply deflection head brackets) or slotted depending on client or installer preference.
We are also happy to supply ancillary items such as hot-rolled steel beams, wind posts, fixings and bespoke brackets as required for the install.
This versatile system enables rapid construction of walls to carry external cladding & complex design features. Finishes such as brick, insulated render, composite cladding & rainscreen can be accommodated within the system engineering to ensure the finished system is suitable for intended purpose.
Parapets & downstands can readily be formed with SFS using cantilever posts which can be incorporated within the design. These posts can be used to break up the span of wide openings and also the formation of ribbon windows and other features.
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