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How to Easily Enhance Your Dome Shelter for Work Related Purposes

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There are times when you need portable, cost-effective structures like a dome to work out of. You may work on heavy machinery and instead of baking in the sun, you can work comfortably in a dome shelter. Make these shelters even better with the following accommodations.

Fully-Insulated Office

Instead of working out in the heat, you can stay comfortable in dome shelters with offices that are fully insulated. You can install AC units that make it easy to control room temperatures. You can retreat to these spaces when talking to important clients or working through some important paperwork. Since these units are insulated, you don’t have to worry about cooling costs being overly expensive during the hotter months of the year.

LED Lights

There are times when you need to work into the late hours of the night. For these late nights, it pays to have dome shelters outfitted with LED lights. They provide clarity at night, whether you’re filing paperwork or working on different machinery. LED lights come in many different colors and they’re designed to last for a long time. Lastly, they don’t give off any heat so you can still maintain desired temperatures in different work areas. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2vF2yrM

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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

Dome Shelters and Other Ways to Protect Livestock from Heat Sickness

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It is no secret that Australia is one of the biggest exporters of beef in the world. According to experts, Australia exported 2.2 million tonnes of beef, exporting 67 per cent of it to other countries. Considering how important beef is to Australia, it is only right that those in the beef industry do their part to protect their livestock from heatwaves, especially as numerous states reaching record-breaking temperatures of over 40°C.

Heat stress in cattle can have numerous negative side effects, including slower weight gain and male reproductive failure. As such, it is imperative for cattle farmers to install dome shelters on their land to give their livestock an escape from the heat.

Of course, it isn’t enough to simply place a dome shelter on your property and hope for the best. With that in mind, here are a few tips to help you make the most out of your new dome shelter. Read more from this blog:http://bit.ly/2mnEnvS