Thank you for joining us as we complete our 12-part special content series on Wind Loading and Engineered Tents! We covered lots of ground including:
- Defining Severe Weather: At what wind speeds should you take down a tent?
- Types of Ballasts and Anchors: From block and roll systems to water ballasts, we uncovered the different anchoring options to secure a tent.
- Guidance Documents from the IFAI: Essential guidelines that are handy for anyone in the rental, events, or hospitality industries.
- Pull Testing – Measuring Tent Stakes: How secure are your tent stakes?
- Fire & Flame Registration: Understanding this essential safety factor.
- Wind Mitigation Plans: What happens in a severe weather event? Who does what, and when?
- Calculating Wind Rating: How different factors change wind rating specifications on your tent.
- Applicable Codes for Tents: Looking at building codes to determine safe conditions for tent installation.
- Engineered Tents and Wind Ratings FAQ’s: We covered the basics based on questions from our valued partners.
- What Does Wind Loading Mean?: We defined wind loading, also known as a wind rating, to start off our series on engineered tents.
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