FACTORY STEEL OVERSTOCK’S SPECIFICATIONS
Free (Initial) Certified Building Plans for ALL 50 states.
- Letter of Certification
- 2 sets of certified stamped erection plans
- 2 sets of certified stamped anchor bolt plans
Foundation Plans Resource
While the typical certified foundation design cost $2,000 to $3,000, Factory Steel Overstock provides a resource for some states – you only pay $1050, $250 of which will be paid to FSO , and $800 to the foundation engineer.
Available states: WA, OR, CA, ID, NV, AZ, WY, UT, CO and NE. Request at time of building order.
Key Features Included
- 40 Yr. Warranty on Colored Walls and Trim
- Solid I-Beam Construction
- Clear span design (no interior columns)
- Lifetime Structural Warranty
- Complete Trim Package for walls, roof and doors (base angles and base closures in lieu of base trim)
- Framed Openings Fully Flashed
- 25 Yr. Warranty Galvalume Plus Roof Finish or 40 Yr. Warranty on Colored Roof
- 26 Gauge sheeting -80,000 p.s.i. tensile strength
- 1 1/4″ sheeting profile
- Purlin bearing rib (PBR panels – larger overlap than R panels- All panels incorporate the purlin bearing profile
- Lifetime warranty roof fasteners | All bolts, screws, closures, weather stripping, sealants, fasteners as required to erect structure
- The pre-punched connecting clips for the structural members, including endwall columns, are welded in place and then primed during fabrication
- All structural elements for the specified framed openings (jamb, girts and headers) are pre-cut and pre-punched and the necessary clips are welded on during fabrication
- Anchor bolts and erection services by other. Manufacturer is an AISC (American Institute of Steel Construction) certified plant as well as an MBMA (Metal Building Manufacturer Association) member.
SOLID I-BEAM CONSTRUCTION
Material used is minimum 50,000 p.s.i. yield strength. (Some manufacturers use 35,000 p.s.i. yield strength material, which is not as strong). Frames are single bead, continuous submerged arc welded by automatic welding machines to help insure quality. A factory-applied rust inhibiting primer is used to help protect the mainframes and secondary material during the erection process.
ENDWALL FRAMES AND COLUMNS
are either cold formed, hot-rolled or built-up “I” sections depending on design requirements.
GIRTS (in sidewall) and PURLINS (in roof) are minimum 8” to meet design requirements. Cold rolled Z-section, 12 to 16 ga ASTM A-653, 55,000 p.s.i. yield material is used to provide maximum strength.
Bypass girt system overlaps at sidewall columns forming a continuous “span” for extra strength. All girt clips are factory welded for easier erection.
PURLINS are top-mounted on the rafter with a varied lap of 1’6” to 5’ for strength and cost savings in erection labor. Maximum purlin spacing is 5’ on center.
EAVE STRUT is a cold-formed C-section that is rolled for the appropriate roof pitch to help insure weather tightness at the eave.
RAKE ANGLE is a 2×4 angle supplied for the attachment of the sheeting at the rake of the building for ease of installation.
BASE ANGLE is a 2×4 angle supplied for the attachment of the base of the sheeting to the concrete. The base angle is to be attached to the concrete with ram-sets or equivalent anchors.
BRACING All diagonal galvanized cable bracing is supplied for roof and walls to remove longitudinal load from the structure. Galvanized cable is used rather than solid rod to prevent the bracing from “sagging” under its own weight and it is easier to install. All cables are pre-stressed and pre made for easier erection.
Angle Flange Bracing is provided for the connection of the rigid frame to the purlins and girts. This insures the allowable compressions are adequate for any combination of loading.
FRAMED OPENINGS have cold-formed C-section jambs and headers to help insure easy installation of overhead doors, etc.
24 or 26 gage 80,000 P.S.I. yield strength material standard. Some manufacturers use a lower yield strength material, which is less resistant to damage from hail or other impacts. 40 year warranty on premium color finish on walls and trim. Roof finish is galvalume or premium colored finish
ALL COIL STEEL has a minimum of G-90 class Galvalume substrate (1.25oz hot dipped) to help prevent deterioration of the steel sheeting.
DEEPER HIGH-RIB SHEETING (PBR) with more frequent corrugations provides extra strength.
STRUCTURAL BOLTS meet requirements ASTM Standards.
A-325 for primary frame connections
A-307 for secondary framing
SELF-DRILLING AND SELF-TAPPING FASTENERS are pre-assembled with neoprene washers and metal caps to help insure weather tightness.
CLOSED CELL NEOPRENE STRIPS are used to help seal building. Located at eave, gable, and optional at the base of building to help provide weather tightness. Pre-formed shapes to match panel configuration providing a tighter seal.
1-1/2” SHEETING NOTCH at base of concrete where panel site is designed into every building. Sheeting notch provides an air infiltration stop on blanket insulated building.
SEALANT for roof sidelaps, endlaps and flashing at gable is provided to help insure weather tightness. Nominal 3/8” x 1/8” thick pressure sensitive tape sealant for ease of installation.
LONG OVERLAP to help prevent water from siphoning into building.
TRIM AND FLASHING
All buildings are fully trimmed at rake (gable), corners, and eaves with standard trim material for a more finished look. This not only improves look of building, it is an additional deterrent to moisture, insects, and dirt from getting into the building.
PLANS AND DRAWINGS
ANCHOR BOLT setting plan, building reactions for foundation design, Erection Manual, and Engineer
Letter of Certification is provided shortly after receipt of deposit for building.
ERECTION DRAWINGS provide step by step instructions for case of assembly by dealer or customer.
ENGINEER CERTIFIED APPROVAL DRAWINGS including wall and roof framing diagrams, cross sections, sheeting, and flashing details are provided. These drawings clearly show the proper erection and assembly of all building components.
ALL PARTS ARE NUMBERED A part number is placed on each component (not including sheeting,screws, etc.). These part numbers coincide with a detailed listing contained in the bill of materials that come with your building. They same numbers are also used on the drawings for clarity and to help with assembly on the jobsite.
FOUNDATION PLANS – WE HAVE: Certified Foundation Plans (additional cost) for the following states: WA, OR, CA, ID, NV, AZ, WY, UT, CO and NE.
Certifications of Major Manufacturer
Our supplier is recognized as a member of or accredited by the following standards organizations. Our clients can take pride in knowing their structures exceed the rigorous quality standards and guidelines specified by the associations listed below.
Metal Building Manufacturers Association (MBMA)
The MBMA has served as the voice of a large concerned manufacturer base for over 50 years. Founded in 1956, the MBMA requires that all its member companies abide by a strict code of industry standards that create and maintain the highest level of quality.
American Welding Society (AWS)
The AWS, a not-for-profit organization, has worked to continue the developmental efforts of the welding industry since its inception in 1919. The AWS represents and supports extended education from a scientific and technological standpoint in the welding community as well as others closely related: brazing, soldering, and other metal fusion processes.
American Institute of Steel Construction Certified Plant.
The AISC certification lends confidence and security to an organization’s services and/or products. An AISC certification means the company in question meets and surpasses industry guidelines concerning durability and performance. The
AISC recognizes our supplier as an approved fabricator of structural steel building assemblies.
Architectural Testing, Inc.
With regional laboratories across the United States, Architectural Testing conducts quarterly inspections of our manufacturer’s facility. The inspections encompass procedural reviews as well as overall compliance with the standards set by the American Welding Society, ensuring safe and secure metal buildings.
Quality Product Details
26 Gauge – PBR Sheeting Profile (Purlin bearing Rib)
Factory Steel Overstock offers standard PBR panels, which have a larger overlap than R panels. Some firms utilize an R panel for their roof sheets (picture on left). Most pole barns and tube buildings use a lighter 29 gauge sheeting thickness. For more information regarding building materials read standard specifications.
Eave Trim and Closures
Trim enhances the appearance of a metal building and the closures seal the structure. Factory Steel Overstock offers as a standard feature eave profile trim as well as closures.
Fully Flashed Framed Openings
This feature truly enhances a steel building’s appearance. Fully flashed framed opening means the trim is wrapped around the framed opening where you are unable to see the red-iron frames. The sketches to the right reflect this point.
40 – Year Paint Warranty
Customer can rest assured their building will maintain its color finish appearance with our 40 year paint warranty. The industry standard is 20 to 25 years. The difference in color fading shown here, reflects the benefit of choosing a company with a 40 year paint warranty.