Industrial buildings

Industrial buildings—among these are buildings and structures, in which personnel performs its duties during the working hours of the enterprise, the process equipment is housed and material goods are stored.

Depending on the industry in which they are used, industrial buildings can be divided into:

  • Manufacturing facilities, in which finished products, components, and semis are produced: factory workshops, repair and machine assembly shops, weaving, casting and stamping shops etc.
  • Power facilities for energy sector: boilers, transformers, substations etc.
  • Storage and transporation facilities: finished product warehouses, workshops, garages etc.
  • Auxiliary facilities: administrative and accommodation structures, health posts, checkpoints, canteens etc.

The dimensions and configurations of industrial prefabricated buildings may vary and directly depend on the activity of the enterprise as well as on the processes inside these facilities.

Industrial buildings are usually divided into four groups. Group 1 has the highest requirements to performance , durability, fire protection level, and other properties. Group 4, conversly, has the minimal requirements.

According to their architectural and industrial design features, PFB are divided into single-floor, high-rise, and combined buildings.

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