During plant shutdowns, turnarounds and new construction, companies are constantly looking to protect their people and assets from the elements. Since the requirement for the protection will likely be temporary, Industrial Tents are a viable solution.
Industrial Tents differ from traditional pole and frame tents because they are engineered to withstand higher wind and snow loads. The biggest distinction however, is the clear span design which does not require center poles and provides a clear unobstructed span inside the tent. This clear span design Industrial Tent is easily erected and can be relocated to various sites as the project changes. The anchors are driven through the base rail plates. This eliminates the need for ropes or ratchet straps and provides a much safer structure. The white translucent fabric reduces the need for artificial lighting and helps reduce energy consumption. Typically, industrial tents can be erected without a slab and may require no building permit.
Since the requirement for the Industrial Tent is usually temporary, renting the industrial tents offers customers cost savings as well as convenience. When the project is complete, the Industrial Tents are dismantled and removed from the job site. No cleaning, no storage, and most importantly, no high capital expenditures. Installation for Industrial Tents are also much faster than traditional wood or steel buildings.
American Covers Inc. has been providing Industrial Tent Rentals for Refineries, Chemical plants and Industrial Contractors since 1995. Common applications include Lunch Tents, Fabric Shelters, Temporary Warehousing, Construction Tents and more. Erection of the tents can be handled by the customer or American Covers can provide a team of safety focused Industrial Tent installers. American Covers tent installers hold the following safety credentials: TWIC, OSHA, DISA, ISNETWORLD, PICS, HASC, PECS and many site specifics.
American Covers carries a large inventory of different size industrial tents which can quickly be deployed to the customer’s job site. Ancillary items include tables, chairs, lighting, and power.
With the increase in construction projects along the Gulf Coast, many companies are turning to American Covers for their Industrial Tent Rentals and Fabric Shelter requirements.