Textile architecture

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Airdomes

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An air-supported (or Airdomes) structure  - a dome-shaped covering, any permanent building that derives its structural integrity from the use of internal pressurized air to inflate layers of PVC material. The membrane consists of two layers of reinforced PVC fabric: external layer - denser, than internal one.

Up-to-date system of the air circulation, heating and air-conditioning help to support fixed temperature inside not depend on climatic conditions with optimal energy costs.

In such structures are located mainly the sports and leisure centres, opened during the winter: swimming pools, gyms, tennis courts and ice arenas.

The advantages of Airdomes are a lower cost, compared to conventional buildingsmobility, rapid installation and demounting.

Used materials

Type I - PROTEX 700 / SED UP TOP 750 / OMEGA TOP 750                   

Type II - PROTEX 900 / SED UP TOP 950 / OMEGA TOP 950

Frame construction

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The appearance of the final product has the shape of the frame, on what tent is fixed. The tent fabric with fixture element set uniformly on the structure, with specified stretching for smoothing tent material. The tent covers are usually made of the linear cut.

The frame tent constructions are better, than the reinforced concrete constructions and the metal structures, firstly, because of relatively low costs, secondly, the simplicity and rapidity of the building, thirdly, there is no inside support frames, that makes possible to use all place. The use of the white fabric provides enough the natural lighting for daylight, that helps to reduce costs of the electricity power.

The frame tent constructions are widely used as the manufacturing facilities, logistic terminals, hangars, stocks, pavilions, sport centres, markets. Depend on the covering area, use different weights of the fabrics.

Used materials: GAMMA & Omega™ tent 650, 700 и 900 г/м²

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