Aramax Freespan, go to the site under NEWS and see the new product!
ARAMAX FreeSpan has landed at Fielders
Looking for 20m spans without compromising on design?
Then contact your local Fielders representative to discover the benefits of Fielders Aramax.
Aramax is bigger, bolder and deeper than conventional steel cladding profiles, allowing free spans of up to 20m. Its strength allows huge reductions in conventional structural framing resulting in significant savings on materials, fabrication and installation on your next project.
It's always good to see new roofing products on the market. Here's a shot of the new brochure:-
|Phone Fielders for information.|
Does the name Wade Blazeley ring a bell? In The Land May 8th 2008 was this report. Now Brice Engineering has the exclusive rights to Aramax Freespan in Australia and New Zealand. No reports of selling this to Fielders - yet links to Aramax go to Fielders. There are quite a few Aramax projects in Australia and it is run on a mobile mill. The only one The Roofer knows of is in Townsville (where Brice Engineering is located - Mt Louisa actually)
- Come on Fielders - tell us what the setup is with Aramax FreeSpan?
- Is there only ONE mobile Mill in Australia?
Buildings must be designed specifically to use the system, which has a stiff profile that means it can cover 18 or 20 metres in a single span – a big leap on the 8m offered by conventional steel roofing products.Aramax Freespan is a millimetre thick, with 800mm between ribs which have a 315mm depth and rolled on site only - no photos available yet! Also stated in the article is the following:
A reduction of 30 per cent in steel costs for the CTLX compared with a conventional structure, offered a compelling argument that it had achieved that goal.Haven't seen any span tables, certification - but with this style of construction - each building would be engineered specifically! Well done Fielders - but need more info for the engineers and architects.