American Steel Buildings, LLC   1-800-511-3670      Copyright 2010 Home  I  About Us  I  Contact Us  I  Buying Process  I  F.A.Q. Bracing: Rods, Cables or Angles used in the plane of the roof and walls to transfer loads, such as wind, seismic and crane thrusts to the foundation View the Description and Pictures Below to see Different types of Bracing. If you have any questions please feel free to call us 1-800-511-3670 X-Bracing: bracing system with members arranged diagonally in both directions to form an “X” _________________________________________________________________ Portal Frame: A rigid frame designed that offers rigidity and stability in its plane. It is generally used to resist longitudinal loads where other bracing methods are not permitted American Steel Buildings Bracing - Agricultural - Aircraft Hangars - Automotive - Boat Storage - Church Buildings - Commercial/ Retail - Custom Design - Equestrian - Manufacturing - Mini-Storage - Office Buildings - Personal Garage - Pre-Engineered - Recreational - Warehouses Roof Panels PBR Double-Lok Retro-R Craftsman Lok-Seam Wall Panels PBR PBA PBU Insulated Panels Liner Panels Color Charts Ultra-Dek Batten-Lok Super-Lok Traditional Shadow-Rib Nu-Wall Primary - Gable Symmetrical - Gable Unsymmetrical - Single Slope - Lean-To Secondary - Purlins - Girts - Eave Struts - Base Condition - Building Design - Quote Request - Canopies - Eave Trim - Framed Openings - Insulation - Louver Vents - Mansards/ Facades - Overhead Doors - Parapet Walls - Partition Walls - Purlin Extensions - Roof Vents - Skylights/ Wall-Lights - Sliding Doors - Walk Doors - Windows Home > Building Design > Bracing Steel  Buildings American