Structural Steel

 
Mezzanine Properties:  

Mezzanine Understructure: Hot Rolled Structural I-Beams, Open Web Bar Joists, Tubular Columns, Structural I-Beam Columns

Mezzanine Stairs, Gates, and Handrail: Common Stairs: OSHA and BOCA. Common Handrail: Horizontal 2 and 3 Rail, Baluster Handrail, Solid Panel Handrail.  Common Gates: Lift Out, Swing, and Sliding Gates.  For more info see Mezzanine Stairs, Mezzanine Gates, Mezzanine Guardrail.

Decking Options: Common varieties are: B-Deck and Plywood, Bar Grating, Plank Decking, Concrete and Diamond Plate Steel.  For more info see Mezzanine Decking.

Finishes: Wet Paint, Powder Coat, Epoxy, Urethane, Hot Dipped Galvanized.  For more info see Mezzanine Finishes.

Benefits: Structural steel mezzanines allow for a much greater column spacing than any other mezzanine system.  Electrical conduit, water pipes etc. can be easily run through open web bar joists.  Open web bar joist give a much more "open feel" than standard beams, giving the illusion of more clear height.  Structural I-beams can be used to minimize the "deck profile" of the mezzanine.

Drawbacks: Structural steel mezzanines are much heavier than most other systems so will have a higher dead load and a higher floor load.  The increased weight will also increase freight cost from factory.  Structural steel has a rougher finish than any other mezzanine material.

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