Rubb have supplied industrial door specialist Hart Door Systems Ltd with a rented storage facility.
The structure was previously rented as storage for a furniture specialist. After two years of rental, it was returned to Rubb and given new life as a rental with Hart. This goes to show the adaptability of a long-life Rubb structure.
Rubb was able to offer a 36-month rental contract for a 10m span x 16m long BVR type storage building, featuring a sidewall height of 6m. A 4m x 4m roller shutter door provides access and egress to the storage facility.
Rubb fabric buildings feature structural steelwork that has been hot dip galvanized to protect against corrosion. The cladding membrane is made using high tenacity PVC polyester fabric, which is flame retardant.
As well as using the structure as a high-quality storage facility, Harts will use it to prototype a new door system. Based on the Speedor Storm door—a high-speed automatic door available up to 8m high with wind class 5—they are developing a smaller version for sizes up to 4m x 4m. This will be a cost-effective solution for openings that require the quality engineering of the Speedor Storm, but at a reduced size. Still in the development stage, it is likely to be launched later this year after testing with this Rubb structure.
Rubb is happy to meet Hart’s rental requirements with this building, and proud to be chosen as a part of their development of this exciting new door system.
4m x 4m RSD