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Britespan launches new leg length

Published on 09 September 2014
Britespan Atlas 52 L-10 model

Britespan Building Systems Inc. is launching the new Atlas 52 L-10 model. This model was specifically designed to allow greater clearance for overhead doors, provide greater ventilation for livestock barns and especially for under building eaves so that feeding equipment can easily operate beneath it.

A similar construction to the company's six-foot and eight-foot legs, by increasing the truss tube thickness, the company was able to achieve this greater height. The 10-foot, non-vertical angled leg increases the building height without the added expense of using an I-beam post, allowing customers to have a higher clearance in their buildings.



As with all building series, the trusses are hot-dip galvanized after fabrication, making the rust protection the highest grade possible. The company's buildings are pre-engineered in clearspan widths up to 160 feet, can be manufactured to any length and can be installed quickly, even in remote areas.

The company has constructed thousands of buildings and can assist with your building project from start to finish.  PD

—From Britespan news release