Concrete Canvas Shelters

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+35 1. doubledesperado commented 8 years ago

Perfect for a disaster situation like Katrina and Japan.
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+19 2. alexcborg commented 8 years ago

I wonder how I can misuse this
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+13 3. Gmastershief commented 8 years ago

And how much?
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+31 4. nooitaf (admin) commented 8 years ago

Just add Water!
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+6 5. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

It works perferct when you're not in the middle of the desert, were water is very rare.
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+1 6. Rexxae commented 8 years ago

Good for Military. @ #5 They can take a tank of water on a humvee.
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+4 7. Firebird commented 8 years ago

#3 Not so costly, as I expected, to be honest:
A bag weighing 230 kilograms (approximately 500 pounds) inflates into a shelter with 16 square meters (172 square feet) of floor space. Cost is estimated at £1,100 ($2,100)
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+4 8. ImprsdBySmartVid commented 8 years ago

Great but it lacks windows. I think it should be customized with windows before being solidified.

U.N., rescues teams all around the word should buy some of these in advance!

It last ten years, protects against fire and gunfire... Good ideas.
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+21 9. irishgek commented 8 years ago

Cannabis farmers will love that shit !
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+9 10. librabooks commented 8 years ago

Why not use them for homeless shelters?
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0 11. Unknown commented 8 years ago

One entrance... All one needs for destruction is a smoke grenade and a piece of pipe.
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+4 12. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

#11 Actually it has locking security doors at each end and it really is designed to be earth or sand covered for better thermal protection. This seems to be a great product for miltary and civilian use.

http://www.concretecanvas.co.uk/CCVTF/CC%20VT/index.html
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0 13. Chrizzle commented 8 years ago

what do you do when you dont need em anymore?
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+2 14. Sizzlik (admin) commented 8 years ago

#11 Played too much CoD?
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-1 15. Pizzathehutt26 commented 8 years ago

Wow, I work for the Australian defence force and this seems like a really good idea. Wondering how hard it would be to remove it when you are finished with it?

My friend just come back from the 'Sandpit' and they were camping in swags in a captured taliban bunker and three months later they realised there were a hundred tonnes of munitions hidden underneath the ground where they were camping. There must be explosives buried everywhere over there.

These shelters would beat the hell out of swags, the freezing conditions at night and the enemy fire over the walls.
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+1 16. croclacrimae commented 8 years ago

#7 Check your facts.

http://www.concretecanvas.co.uk/Docs/CC_FAQS.pdf

You can't check the price unless you make an official inquiry.

Also, there are 3 different versions, each weighing differently - the lightest one being some 1500 kilograms. It indeed can be supplied as batched roles, each weighing less but the total product is much more then 230 kilograms.

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