Seeking a shelter and shade solution for your mine site or industrial worksite?
Container Dome Shelter or Steel Shed, what’s it to be?
Both have features and benefits that could suit your situation, so which one is best suited to your requirements?
4 Essential Questions
It is important to think about the following questions. The answers of which will help to decide which option is best for you:
- Is the structure required for short to medium term?
- Is there a chance it will need relocating during its lifetime?
- Is the land on which it will be located owned by another entity?
- Do you require it to be installed quickly?
If you answered NO to all these questions, then it’s likely that a steel shed would suit your needs. It is generally long term, permanent, typically installed on owners land and usually takes much longer from order to installation than a Container Dome Shelter. However, if you answered YES to even one question, a Container Dome Shelter is likely the best option.
Container Dome Shelters: the benefits
With impressive advances in fabric technology in the past 20 years, Container Dome Shelters are now widely used where steel sheds were once standard. Renowned for the speed from order to installation, their ease of setting up and relocation and their durability, they are now trusted and used by the world’s largest mining, industrial and agricultural companies.
Known by many names
Many brands manufacture and distribute these sorts of shelters, however, it is the DomeShelter™ Container Dome Shelter that has stood the test of time: the genuine shelter solution in Australia, and in fact, worldwide.
Wide range of uses
- Workshops & warehousing
- Equipment & materials storage
- Fuel & tyre depot
- Staff amenities
- Aviation shelter
- General events
Customisable and adaptable to any site
They can be left open-ended or fully sealed with end walls, including personal access or large equipment doors. Mounted on sea containers and engineered to withstand winds up to Australian Region D Cyclonic rating they have proven their versatility and durability in a wide range of very harsh and demanding environments.
As for size, they can range in width from 6 to 30 metres wide, in length from 6 metres up to any length required and as high as required to accommodate the largest heavy-duty equipment. Height is achieved by increasing the size of the arched roof structure and also stacking the sea containers one, two or three high.
Manufactured in Western Australia, DomeShelter Australia’s Container Dome Shelters are transported to site in kit form around Australia and exported to over 30 countries. Clients on-site teams usually install in just a couple of days using comprehensive instructions provided.
For further information, check out the following free information links or other information available throughout the DomeShelter Australia website.