A new production hall can constitute a major financial burden for a developing investor, and it is usually not associated with a tent – tent hall.
Industrial tents, or, in other words, tent halls can, in many respects, replace expensive industrial houses built in the traditional way.
These are not “simple” and impermanent solutions. In fact, a tent hall can be a structure of many years’ standing (a 36-month guarantee and at least 10 years of design and actual operation life) with a substantial cubic capacity (10,000 m and more), and equipped with all systems and devices essential for production; the only thing which can be associated with a tent is its roof covered with canvas, which results from construction-law provisions.
From the point of view of an investor who decides to erect an industrial tent, the possibility of constructing a fully functional production hall in a very short time, which costs a fraction of the traditional hall price, is of great importance.
This will be a mobile and easy-to-build hall. The assembly and disassembly of a big industrial tent hall usually takes from one to a few days, which, in the case of seasonal operations, e.g. road works, requiring being moved from one place to another as work progresses, allows the creation of very-functional workplace protection against adverse atmospheric conditions.
A great example of an industry using tent halls as an industrial facility is shipbuilding.
Yacht- shipbuilding yards, which make use of industrial tents as all-year industrial and storage houses, are among Pol-Plan clients. These are tent halls which walls are made of trapezoidal sheets or sandwich claddings, with a heat-insulating layer. In the most-sophisticated version, systems of pumped roofs providing additional thermal insulation are used. Halls are equipped, as with traditional versions, incorporating essential lighting, ventilation, heating/air-conditioning systems, gates, doors, and, if required, loading docks for lorries.
If the production activity can be conducted in less-comfortable thermal conditions, then industrial tents made of canvas are adequate.
Light-canvas tent halls mounted on tracks used in big shipbuilding yards are an interesting example. Such a solution satisfactorily protects the welding, painting or sand-blasting process of large steel constructions.
In the railway system, or with road investments, an industrial tent entirely made of canvas can serve as an inexpensive protection of the project’s implementation site, increasing work comfort and efficiency.
All construction solutions of Pol-Plan tent halls guarantee safety and the highest performance parameters. It is worth emphasising that, unlike many competitive solutions, even the biggest halls, requiring high resistance to snow and wind loads, are based on the construction of resistant and light aluminium sections, and not on steel construction, which precludes mobility.
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