Ballast guide

What is ballast and when do I need it? For safe use, any environmentally susceptible structure should be anchored to the surface on which it has been installed. Ballast definition: `Heavy material, such as concrete, gravel, sand, iron or lead, placed low on a structure to improve its stability. Something that gives stability or substance’. Elements …

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Stretch Structures – Hints and Tips from the Pro’s

DO’s and Don’ts: Nuggets of Wisdom Here are some simple tips that will help you when assembling your stretch tent. Increase the size of your pegs: from 600mm to 1200mm, or use higher rated anchor systemss such as our screw pegs to improve anchorage. Tape the caps: mushroom caps go on the middle poles and …

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Purchasing A Touring Structure

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Look what this company did to improve their presence in the market: They chose a lightweight, travel-easy touring structure and branded it from head to toe! Truth People buy from those they trust. So whether you’re meeting prospective clients or building on an already established customer base, the relationship between your brand and your audience …

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Let’s talk safety at events

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PLANNING EVENTS IS FUN AND ADVENTUROUS. YOU GET TO CREATE SOMETHING FROM NOTHING AND WATCH IT COME TO LIFE! In all of the fun planning around things like ambiance, it can feel burdensome to worry about something like safety. But it’s important to properly plan for such measures when you’re in charge of an event …

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Support Structures for Stretch Tents

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Stretch Structures working hard to support you We know that our fabric is superior but we’d like to lift the cover and show you the ‘bones’ of what makes us a truly unique and easy to use option.  The Poles You probably already figured that our Freeform Stretch Tents had poles. What you might not …

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