Showroom inflatable structure EXPOCENTER

showroom inflatable structure
showroom inflatable structure
showroom inflatable structure
showroom inflatable structure
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Air supported inflatable structure is a double layered membrane of dense reinforced fabric. Air is fed through a compressor generating excessive pressure within. It is similar to the pressure one can feel travelling up to the 6th floor in an elevator. However it is this pressure that gives structure its shape. Air-inflated dome is the best solution when you need to cover a large area without internal support columns. This is particularly suitable for construction of air-inflated sports facilities such as football fields and arenas, swimming pools, tennis courts, hangars and warehouses. We also have an experience of erecting inflatable structures with coverage ranging from 15 to 7700 square meters as well as setting up inflatable buildings on different types of uneven and sloped ground surfaces. Air-supported construction with covering area of 800 sq. m. Width - 20 m., length - 40 m. Building date – 2004. This center was a host for one of the biggest building exhibitions (Ukraine, Kiev). Special feature of this building is the ballast system of fixation to the ground. Water containers are used as ballast that set around the perimeter. Such system doesn’t require the foundation and allows to transport construction from place to place. Covering area, m2 - 800 Membrane type - two-layer membrane; membrane fabric- Polymar-8556, 900 g/ m2; fabric manufacturer Mehler Texnologies Company, Germany; termomembrane fabric - Polymar-8205 Foundation fastening system - set Gateway-spinner, item - 1 Emergency exit, 1,5х2,0 m, item - 1


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