We manufacture and supply a vast range of structural C and Z purlins and girts for industrial purposes. These are extensively used in places that have a particular need for sturdy, durable steel framing-such as in buildings, verandahs, garages, sheds, etc. The manufacturing is done using high-quality galvanized steel, thus lending great tensile strength as well as a significant degree of flexibility in terms of design options. Our C & Z purlins can be made available both in plain as well as punched ranges. They are widely available in varying web height and thickness combinations, from 75mm going all the way up to 400 mm. These purlins are crisp, clean and square and high-precision. Rounded corners, inaccurate lengths, or out of square purlins simply do not get manufactured at Sutrah, thereby guaranteeing you a high-quality product at all times.
Our products are known for some key attributes, such as their high strength alongside relatively low weight, low maintenance and long service life.
At Sutrah, our delivery time is at par with the best in the industry. Our state-of-the-art equipment and world-class infrastructure allows lightning-fast production schedules, besides affording a much greater level of flexibility than others to meet your individual needs.
We have an advanced bridging system, which has unique speed as well as user-friendly, easy-installation features. This holds true even in difficult terrain and weather conditions. As a result, this bridging system is a great tool for cost and time optimization. Our competitively priced product range makes it rather easy for you to make an informed decision. Aided by our experienced technical team, you are able to evaluate and sift through options taking into consideration your budgetary and delivery requirements.
The Sutrah engineering team conducts extensive testing on the C & Z purlins, girts, and also on the bridging system. International compliance standards of testing and design principles are applied, meaning our products are best-in-class in terms of strength and structural efficiency.