Aircraft Hangars TFS Tent
The Aircraft Hangars TFS Tent structure combines the advantages of a lightweight structure (speed of assembly and disassembly and movability) with strength, safety and the finishing of permanent buildings. The frames adopt high quality hard pressed extruded aluminum, lifespan15 to 20 years. Roof covers are made of double-coated PVC fabric, UV resistant, water proof, and flame retardant.
Unlike those normal A-shape tents, the aircraft hangars tfs tent has an advantage in snow loading, because of its 25°roof pitch, snow and water don’t gather on the roof easily, they will fall down to the ground along the curve shape roof. With this curve shape, this tent model also provides a special height for aircrafts, in most cases a normal tent is too low for an aircraft or helicopter, while the aircraft hangars tfs tent is totally competent of this job
with its special height.
A TFS-hall comprises a strong aluminium construction covered with a PVC synthetic skin. The construction combines the advantages of a lightweight structure (speed of assembly and disassembly and movability) with strength, safety and the finishing of permanent buildings. Thanks to the high roof pitch of 25° the curved side profiles, the type of fabric and its perfect tensioning high wind and snow bearing capacities are achieved.
It is a self-supporting anodised aluminium construction that rests on galvanised steel base-plates. These arches are connected in the ridge with a galvanised steel connection. All parts are connected with pins, nuts and bolts. The standard anchoring is realised using stakes or anchorage bolts. The stability is ensured using wind bracing. The structure is subject to the most important international building standards (e.g. the British “Building Codes”, the Germany “Prüfbuch” standard, the French “Extrait du registre de sécurité”, etc.).
Roof and gable fabrics
Roof and gable fabrics are made from PVC-coated polyester fabric (white translucent, white non-translucent or colour). The roof fabric slide into the keder tracks of the legs, from the bottom of the legs via the ridge and from the ridge all the way to the ground. This fabric is stretched in two directions: vertically using tension tubes and horizontally using telescopic purlins. Flame retardant according to the French standard M2, German standard DIN 4102 B1 and British Standard BS 5438. The fabric is UV-stabilised and treated against deterioration due to rot and mildew.