Inflatable buildings consist of closed inflatable modules filled with compressed air which provides them with shape and makes them sufficiently rigid. Standard inflatable modules are oftentimes arch shaped. However, due to inflatable modules design the shapes of inflatable buildings may be cusomised.
Inflatable buildings combine the advantages of traditional construction and mobile quick assembly thus leading to reduced construction costs. They do not need gateway systems, These shelters boast a minimum weight and size when packed, ensuring mobility and easy embarkation. Assembly/disassembly requires little time some of them can be erected in as little as one hour, depending on the building's footprint.
Inflatable buildings are easy to operate under wide range of climate condition. In warmer months outside air comes through window and door openings. During winter times the preset temperature range is maintained by installed heating system.
Inflatable buildings represent am ideal solution for temporary and permanent trade pavilions, mobile cinema and concert halls, mobile circus domes, EMA (Emergency Management Agency) warming tents, equipment sheds, temporary housing for work crews, warehouses etc.
Commonly used abbreviations:
IB – inflatable buildings
FEIB – fast assembly inflatable buildings