Aid & Relief 10 x 32A unit measuring 10 x 32 metres is often used by UN agencies and other aid organisations. However, O.B.Wiik will happily supply other sizes tailored to your requirements.
The WiikHall Aluminium Structure comes in a standard width of 10 metres and is built up in four-metre-long modules, which means it can be assembled in any required length.
No cranes or other special tools are required to assemble these buildings. All tools needed for erection are included in the delivery, together with clear assembly instructions.
Technical information 10 x 32 metres
WiikHall Aluminium Structure 10 x 32 metres
|Side height||3,35 meter|
|Gable height||5,5 meter|
|Arch distance||4 metres|
|Cover||PVC-coated polyester with extra UV protection|
|Doors||One lace-up fabric door 4.5 x 4 metres (w x h) and one fabric folding door 4.5 x 4 metres (w x h)|
|Ventilation||Two air vents in each gable|
|Wind load capacity||0.65 Kn/sq.m (about 31 m/s) when the building is attached to the ground in accordance with the assembly instructions|
|Snow load capacity||75 kg/sq.m when the building is attached to the ground in accordance with the assembly instructions|
|Weight per 10 x 32 metres||2.975 kg|
Properties and advantages of a WiikHall Aluminium Structure
These buildings weigh less than a comparable steel structure. Freight costs, particularly by air, are therefore substantially reduced.
Each section of fabric cover is only four metres wide and weighs a mere 56 kilograms. It can be easily handled by just two people, and installed without difficulty even in windy conditions.
Four-metre-long modules mean that the length of a building can be increased or reduced as required. All components are interchangeable. If you have acquired two 10 x 24 metre WiikHall Aluminium Structures, for instance, you can create one building measuring 10 x 20 metres and another of 10 x 28 metres. Alternatively, you could construct a 10 x 48 metre unit.
All erection work can be done from the ground. Riggers do not need to climb five metres to the top of the structure, reducing the risk of injuries from falling.
- Save time. A trained six-member team can erect a 10 x 24 metre WiikHall in four hours. Add an extra hour if the length is 32 metres.
Save money. Should you be so unfortunate as to damage the fabric cover, its division into four-metre-wide sections means that only the damaged part needs to be replaced. The cover is attached to the structure by keders (bolt ropes), and replacing a section takes only a few minutes. Should any part of the framework – such as an upright, for instance – be struck and damaged, this four-metre section can be removed and the rest of the building continue to be used until a spare module has been delivered.