Why You Should Protect Work Equipment with Durable Container Domes

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Whether you operate a farm or own a manufacturing company, you likely make use of many tools and equipment on a day-to-day basis. Since these are all important in your business, you might be faced with providing space and housing for each in a cost-effective manner. The answer is simple: container domes and igloo shelters. Aside from being large and durable, these structures provide many benefits to business owners like you.

Different Dimensions

Companies offering these container domes provide many sizes for you to choose from. You may need a large dome to protect large equipment like tractors and trailers. Or, smaller domes may suit your property’s size better. However small or big the container needs to be, accurate dimensions are provided online. You therefore can rest assured the container will fit once it’s shipped to your location. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2udiBix

Shelters in Farming: A Quick Overview of How a Dome Shelter is Used

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Dome shelter covers are most commonly seen on farms or construction sites all over the country, and it’s not that hard to see why. They offer flexible and cost effective methods of storing work equipment, rearing livestock, or growing plants.

Typically, dome shelters are made from woven fabric materials in the form of a cylindrical or tubular frame by the use of reinforced aluminium or steel frames. Their multipurpose designs and low costs are ideal for providing extra storage space on your site while still offering protection from various environmental elements.

Customization and Sizes

Container domes come in a wide range for different applications. They are sphere shaped canopies that are erected to increase space. These domes can be used to store equipment, raw materials, vehicles, and other items needed for huge projects. You can have a container dome customised, since there are many standard choices to choose from. Read more from this article. http://bit.ly/2tiW29E

The Evolving Role of Container Shelters Within the Modern Job Site

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The humble container shed has come a long way in recent years. Gone are the days when these structures were little more than crude forms of protection against the elements. Modern technology, the employment of space-age materials and efficient energy systems have all enabled such units to accommodate a variety of requirements.

When durability is taken into account, it’s clear to understand why many businesses are choosing these shelters. What high-tech advantages do such units offer?

Energy-Efficient Lighting

Many container shelters are equipped with LED lighting fixtures. This type of illumination is vastly superior when compared to incandescent or even fluorescent bulbs. LED lights generate less heat, they come in a variety of colours and they will last for very long periods of time. All of these attributes equate to a higher return on investment (ROI) to the customer in question. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2sJbOh8

Domes Are Becoming Vital Structures in Mining Sites across Australia

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The mining industry has perhaps some of the busiest workers with a plethora of heavy duty equipment in use and a lot of ground to cover each day. In a sector where employees are expected to spend most of their time outdoors, dome shelters are the most viable options when facilitating the mining processes. After all, workers can greatly increase productivity when the right workspace is provided for them. In fact, most mining industries in Australia prefer domes rather than building permanent structures on mine sites. In addition to being a cheaper alternative, domes can be erected in any available space as they are adjustable and can be custom made to fit your needs.

Surveys

Before a mining company commences work, the first project is always based on finding out if a prospective area has the minerals needed. This process could mean having workers move from one location to another, sometimes far from the main office area. The process also includes looking for ore either on the surface or underground. In such situations, accommodation is often of primary importance to give the surveyors enough time to complete their work. Instead of renting a warehouse, which is often times expensive and bigger than necessary, a temporary dome shelter could serve the purpose without inconveniences. A properly constructed shelter has solar power with backup generators. It can also come packed with CCTV cameras, end walls and security lighting. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2qzzyiE

Understanding and Mitigating the Risks of Sun Exposure on a Shade Dome

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Sun exposure is an ever-present danger in Australia, and that goes double for remote areas where little shelter exists. On the other hand, for that shelter to exist in the first place, someone needs to build it. That’s why a temporary shade dome is essential, as it gives workers a place of protection from the sweltering Australian heat. But what exactly are they being protected from?

Skin Problems

Government health authorities state that overexposure to sunlight can eventually cause skin cancer. Over long periods of time, this is true. Workers should then be given the chance to reduce their risk of such a life-threatening ailment.

Apart from skin cancer, sunlight can result in sunburn, rashes, and damage to the eyes, in rough order of likelihood. Sunburn is notable in that, like heat exhaustion and other common conditions caused by sunlight, it sets in quickly and reduces productivity just as quickly. A sunburnt worker will have trouble carrying objects or using tools, and may need to take longer breaks to avoid worse problems. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2sJuNYP

Container Shed: Adding Flexibility and Efficiency to Mining Industry

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The mining industry is faced with many challenges and harsh working conditions, and that demands the employment of heavy duty equipment in all seasons. Shelters for machinery storage, bulk warehousing and equipment maintenance are necessary. Although heavy duty permanent shelters such as metal clad buildings are ideal, they tend to be either too expensive or too bulky for most field operations. A container shed, on the other hand, gives such industries the perfect alternative as it is easy to fix on virtually any type of space, is portable, versatile and durable.

Minimise Environmental Footprint

Free standing container shelters are erected comfortably in remote locations within no time. Once installed, they are designed to be permanent structures but can be decommissioned easily with little effort. A container shelter can be employed for any purpose in the mining industry. For instance, it can be erected outside the industry headquarters in a busy town or installed at the mine site. Ideally, containers are the perfect solution when it comes to offering an environmentally friendly storage space. Also, your needs dictate the type of facility and extras you get during installation. You may want to have security lights, CCTV cameras, and any other features of your choice. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2rfcnhB

Take a Closer Look Into the Construction Process of Container Domes

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Domes can be defined as features that are shaped like the upper side of a sphere. For the past years, architects have made improvements and variations to the older designs, which are enhancements that have led to the emergence of container domes.

Shelter domes are now perceived as versatile containment inventions that are used to protect equipment while increasing work space. They can be installed and deconstructed quite quickly, which makes them easy to relocate.

Sizes

Container domes come in different lengths and widths for both commercial and domestic use. Their width ranges from six to seventeen meters with variable lengths and heights. These domes are made to handle extreme winds that are especially common in Australia. The shelters are built with a strong frame made of steel that can be bolted or welded on the top of shipping containers. Polyethene fabrics are also used to make them waterproof. This material is made of a protection material that blocks UV rays. Moreover, all the resources used to construct the domes are recyclable, which makes them environmentally-friendly. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2sJidZF