A SOLUTION OF CHOICE
Canam specializes in the manufacture of steel joists in a variety of shapes, sizes and geometries.
Joists are custom-made structural steel components used to support the floors or roof of a building. The use of a system of steel joists and steel deck is a solution of choice resulting in significant savings.
Over the years, we have established strict quality standards. All our welders, inspectors, and quality assurance technicians are certified by the American Welding Society in the United States and the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB) in Canada.
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In addition to standard joists, Canam designs and manufactures joists with more complex forms to fit bold architectural needs or simply to cover large spans.
Special joists, with a single-, double-, triple- or multi-pitched profile, allow top chords to be sloped so as to accommodate a variety of architectural demands. These pitched joists can be easily specified to develop a gable feature on a roof line or a drainage slope within the span of the joist.
Cranked joists, with a single-, double-, triple- or multi-pitched profile, allow top chords to be sloped so as to accommodate a variety of architectural demands. These pitched joists can be easily specified to develop a gable feature on a roof line or a drainage slope within the span of the joist.
Canam prides itself of being a flexible and solution-focused company. As a result, our company can readily design and manufacture “non-conventional” joists. Please contact a Canam representative to confirm the feasibility and limitations of a project, as well as specifications required for the design.
Canam joists and joist girders components must be installed with efficiency while maintaining a safe environment on the jobsite. Some of Canam’s partners are offering you their products in order to maximize efficiency during the installation process.
A Canam joist girder is a primary structural component of a building. Generally, it supports floor or roof joists in simple span conditions or other secondary elements (purlins, wood trusses, etc.) evenly spaced along the length of the joist girder.
The loads applied to a spandrel joist girder come from only one side; on an inside bay, the loads are applied on either side of the joist girder.