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  • n. Plural form of C-channel.

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Examples

  • TPI is classified as the largest producer in the UAE of Z-purlins and C-channels, with an annual production capacity exceeding 2.6 million m.

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  • 'Besides being economical to use, the Z-purlins and C-channels provide excellent strength-to-weight ratio,'

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  • 'The Z and C-channels are manufactured from galvanised coils conforming to ASTM A 653, Grade D with a yield strength of 345 Mpa.

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  • In addition, TPI specialises in producing Z-purlins and C-channels, which are the secondary structural members used to support the roof sheeting and wall cladding.

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  • The same is true of the anti-sag rods and connection fasteners as well as the Z and C-channels, which can be custom-made to provide the flexibility of the connection to the main structure, whether utilising the overlapped or the sleeved system.

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