Partially encloses the end of the shelter by filling just the top arch, and can be fitted during or after installation. Used as extra protection from dust, extreme angled rain and sunlight. Manufactured from semi translucent fabric to allow in natural light. Typically they are engineered with a supporting steel frame, however the fabric only options are wind resistant and don’t have a supporting frame.
Fully enclose one end of your fabric shelter for strong dust, wind, UV and rain protection, as well as security and privacy. Using the same polyethylene fabric as the shelter, they are typically engineered with a supporting steel frame, however the fabric only options are wind resistant and don’t have a supporting frame. If you need regular entry/exit access, doorway endwalls are also available.
Barn doors offer ease of access combined with privacy and security to protect your valuable assets. They are held in position with sturdy sliding bolts which can be locked with a padlock. Allshelter barn doors are fabric clad, made in one piece 2-3 metres wide and are available in single and double door options.
Multi-section folding doors concertina back to the side, allowing the flexibility of fully enclosing and locking the shelter overnight, or creating a wide open space to optimise access, airflow and light without the risk of getting caught by the wind. They are fabric clad, hinged off the sides and supported at the top with a track system.
Ideal for allowing quick access for vehicles and staff while offering strong security and weather protection. The metal clad doors roll up into a compact unit above the door opening, so they provide a clear entry/exit, don’t take up floor space and don’t get caught by the wind.
Provide shelter access when you require the structure to be completely enclosed for privacy or work conditions. Doors include a lockable handle and can be used as a proper exit door as they can be opened from inside when locked. The metal clad doors are manufactured with a quality steel frame for strength, security and durability.
Adding your logo, company name or signage to your shelters is a cost-effective way to promote your business on the worksite, help staff and clients identify your operation, and direct contractors to the correct location on larger sites. Whether on the entrance, side or cover, Allshelter can organise long-lasting quality banners and signage to help your business stand out.
While fabric shelters allow enough natural light in during the day to limit the need for internal lights altogether, if you’re working at night LED downlights or flood lights can be fitted to all our shelters to enable 24-hour operations. LED lights are longer-lasting and more energy-efficient than traditional lights, and the curved shape of the shelters and reflective quality of the fabric provides soft, evenly spread light.
Optional additions on the container mounted and post mounted shelters, gutters and downpipes control water flow, catchment and storage. Designed by hydraulics experts to suit your rainfall intensity and shelter, water can be directed to tanks for reuse or to drain systems to limit erosion, equipment damage or surrounding contamination.
Providing a portable option for container mounted shelters, twistlock beams let you securely attach shelters to a shipping container with the option to relocate the shelter at any time. Making the installation and dismantling process much faster, the twistlock beam system is ideal if you need frequent relocation, are unable to weld on site, or are renting containers and can’t weld to them.
Popular for shelters covering corrosive or toxic goods, corrosion protection gives the steel framework more durability and a longer life. As a first step we offer hot dip galvanising to coat the steel with a protective zinc coating. In addition, for the ultimate in anti-corrosion, we can also powder coat the steel for enhanced resistance to abrasions, acids and solvents. Powder coating is available in a range of colours.
While our standard heavy-duty polyethylene fabric covers are flame resistant, and the flame will not normally spread once the source of ignition is removed, they are not classed as fire retardant (FR), as the material has not been tested by a textile laboratory. If you have a particular fire risk in your location or usage, Allshelter fire retardant covers are available. They are made with the latest technology in coating and extrusion manufacturing, treated with a chemical additive in the fabric and tested in an Australian laboratory to AS/NZ specifications.
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