Mezzanine in PEB
Mezzanine is An intermediate floor within a building above the ground floor that occupies all or part of the building floor area and consists of columns, beams, joists, deck panels and edge trims to receive reinforced concrete.is often used in shops and similar spaces for storage of tools or materials.it can occupy the full areas or just partial area of the building. It is an elevated flooring system located inside the outer steel of a PEB’s. The mezzanine framing is normally connected to the main rigid frame columns for lateral stability.It is frequently used in industrial operations such as warehousing, distribution or manufacturing. These facilities have high ceilings, allowing unused space to be utilized within the vertical cube. Industrial structures are typically either structural, roll formed, rack-supported, or shelf-supported, allowing high density storage within the structure.These structures are usually free standing and in most cases can be dismantled and relocated. Commercially sold structures are generally constructed of three main materials; steel, aluminum, and fiberglass. The decking or flooring will vary by application but is generally composed of b-deck underlayment and wood product finished floor or a heavy duty steel, cement rods, aluminum or fiberglass grating.
Structural Parts of Mezzanine System
- Intermediate Support
- Main Beams
- Steel Deck.
- The deck is fastened to the Joists with self drilling fasteners.
Beam/Joist Conn to Mezz. Column
Joist Conn to Mezz. Beam at Endwall
Mezz.Beam Conn to Main Frame Column
Flush Mezz. Joist Conn to Mezz. Beam
BSI-STEEL Deck Profile – 54/241
Mezzanine deck panel is intended to carry only the dead load of the wet concrete, it acts as a permanent shuttering. PEB Metal Mezzanine deck is (54/241) and is made out of 0.7 mm galvanazed steel that confirms to ASTM A635M Grade SS:340