Fabric covers entirety of new building

By |  September 16, 2016
The building's frames are triple galvanized so they can resist corrosive environments, according to ClearSpan. Photo courtesy of ClearSpan.

The building’s frames are triple galvanized so they can resist
corrosive environments, according to ClearSpan. Photo
courtesy of ClearSpan.

ClearSpan Fabric Structures‘ new Fabric House Building is an updated design of another ClearSpan model.

The structure utilizes the frame from the Hybrid Building but covers it completely in fabric. While users could traditionally customize the Hybrid Building with fabric, the Fabric House Building allow ClearSpan to get the building to customers faster, the company says.

The Fabric House Building features a peaked roof and overhanging eaves that provide extra outdoor coverage. The sidewalls are available in heights of 13 ft. or 20 ft., ensuring clearance for any application, ClearSpan adds.

According to ClearSpan,  The frame is covered with 12.5-ounce, 24-mil polyethylene. The fabric polyethylene features a rip-stop weave that prevents any tearing or damage, the company adds. The fabric allows natural light to filter through, eliminating the need for artificial daytime lighting.

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