Understanding Fabric Structures and their Strengths

Understanding Fabric Structures

You might be wondering what are these fabric structures, why they gain popularity and why they proliferate. From the first reading of the word, it connotes so fabric, so dressy and so feminine meaning. But they are not. In fact, they are the very crafts of men, the rulers of the gender class, the creators of the modern engineering and construction industries. What are they exactly?

The fabric structures are actually the architectural forms of the constructed fibers or fabric, made or custom-made for several purposes, may it be for temporary housing or permanent shelter. They are used for on-the-rush housing purposes such as housing the mining site, oil and gas plant, aviation, sports and recreation and military camp site. These fabric structures are made of fabrics rather than meshes or films. The most common fabrics are the cotton canvas, polyesters, vinyl-laminated polyesters, vinyl-coated polyesters, fiberglass and many others. They are very beneficial to the above-mentioned temporary sites and locations because of their speedy construction and easy mobility.

The Advantages of Using Fabric Structures

Cost Effective – since fabric structures use fabrics rather than meshes and films, they are very affordable. The site owner could save about half of what a traditional structure may cost.

Speedy Construction – it is more convenient and easy to use fabric structures for on-the-rush housing purposes. The construction of the fabric structures is very quick than the regular construction duration of the traditional buildings.

Easy Mobility – fabric structures can be moved or transferred to other location on wheels easily. They can be used for another housing site purposes in the future as well. They can be used and reused without worrying that you might build another housing structure in the future.

Energy Efficient – because the fabrics are translucent, lighting is no longer required. So, its energy saving. You can add those savings to the overall housing cost.

Durability – fabric structures also promise death-defying strength and durability. They’ve already proven their strength after Hurricane Katrina hit Buras, Louisiana in 2005, and the Sprung’s fabric structure only left standing after the catastrophe.

Other Advantages of Fabric Structures

  • shading coefficient
  • acoustical data
  • general optical, thermal and solar performance data
  • colorfastness
  • dimensional stability
  • cleanability
  • seam strength
  • stability
  • abrasion resistance and foldability

Understanding Fabric Structures

The Sprung’s fabric structure has been in the business for over 120 years. The name was patented and equated with an international reputation that exceeds customer’s expectation. It was recognized by NASA in early 1980s after Sprung won the NASA consent to house a Space Shuttle.

The fabric structures, may it be of Sprung or not, was designed to meet everyone’s standards. They are not only useful to house several business sites and military-based camps. They are also useful for several celebrations like weddings, grand family gathering, birthday party, so on and so forth. Because of their flexibility and mobility, they can be used even many years from now for different occasions held in residences or in commercial establishments.

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