Can withstand significant windspeeds, from a minimum of 80 mph (130 kmph) up to that of a Category-3 hurricane.
Capable of normal operations in temperatures ranging from -60° to 158°F (-50° to 70°C).
Able to manage heavy snow loads by adjusting air pressure and temperature of inflatable air beams.
Our air-beam system bounces back in the face of any force or impact – something rigid structures can’t do.
Dynamic Air Shelters are fire resistant under Canadian and American fire codes, and are able to meet fire safety standards around the globe.
Our shelters deflect shockwaves vertically away from your people, mitigating the effects of any blast. Many steel or concrete structures amplify shockwaves, and create secondary waves that reverberate within a shelter. In field tests, our shelters have proven to withstand shock loads as high as 11.5 psi for a duration of more than 66 milliseconds.
Protect your people from flying debris during a blast event, while your shelter maintains its integrity against punctures and rips.
Dynamic Air Shelters are suitable for API RP 756 guidelines.
Dynamic Air Shelters and Starn Group have a reputation for problem-solving. We believe that our extensive experience in rapid deployment shelters, electrical, ventilation and atmospheric control systems and our established worldwide supply chain, will allow us to support the global fight against Covid-19.
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