Marine structures are typically long and high due to the vessels they cover. Therefore, the Port and Marine sector requires buildings with enhanced space. In addition, not just for the vessel itself, but ancillary machinery and the workforce too.
All Marine Structures Conform to Eurocodes as Standard.
All our shelters are designed to conform with the European initial CE Mark standards; this means that even in the toughest of locations the structures are capable of withstanding a snow load of up to 0.5 kN /m2 whilst also being able to cope with high wind velocities.
A considerable amount of time has been spent on the technological side of materials used, as a consequence of which the white tensile PVC fabric used to cover the frame of any of our marine shelters works extremely effectively to provide internal temperature stability, either through its reflective qualities in the summer, or thermal retention capability in the winter.
The marine environment is accepted as being one of the harshest to work in and one where extremes in weather condition can play a dramatic role in the ability to effectively and efficiently work on any project. As such, we firmly believe that the benefits afforded by a Toro Shelters marine structure will see it pay for itself within a reasonable period of time-based on increasing the productivity of your workforce.
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