Aircraft Hangars for Light Aircraft

Light weight Aircraft Hangars that are easy to erect in difficult to access areas.
Aircraft / Helicopter Hangar
Aircraft / Helicopter Hangar
April 28, 2012 - PRLog -- Rapid Building Solutions offer a design and erect building structure system that is ideal for light aircraft or helicopter hangars. The buildings are available in a variety of widths and lengths, with one to suit your application. The advantage that Rapid Building Solution structures have over traditional structures is that they are easy to erect in places that are not easy to access. No heavy lifting equipment is required so erecting and if required dismantling is a simple operation. The cladding of the structure may be either of solid sheeting or PVC fabric, depending on your requirements.

The building structure makes use of the Amplibeam Structural Mamber manufactured by Ampliform. This high strength to weight ratio structural member has found itself suitable for a wide variety of structural applications. The building may consist simply of a structure with only the roof sheeting installed to protect the aircraft or it can be clad all round to completely enclose the building. Sliding doors may be fitted either at one or both ends.

Simple mass concrete foundations are poured to mount the structure on. The floor of the hangar base may be concrete or covered with any material to suit your requirements. As mentioned removal and re-erecting the buildings is a relatively simple task which makes temporary erection of an aircraft hangar a viable option.

Should you require any further information or assistance with design please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Tags:Aircraft, Helicopter, Hangar, Building
Industry:Aerospace, Construction, Defense
Location:Pietermaritzburg - KwaZulu-Natal - South Africa
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