Fabric Structures for Sandblasting & Paint Containment

Big Top’s fabric structures make ideal containment facilities for sandblasting and paint applications. Not only do they cost less to construct than permanent buildings, but, thanks to their translucent fabric, they allow in natural sunlight. This can illuminate your crew’s workspace without the need for electric lighting, saving on energy costs. The fabric also helps to maintain an interior climate that is on average 15 degrees cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter than the outside temperature, ensuring your staff is comfortable as they blast and paint.

In fact, the fabric in our structures blocks out 99.95 percent of UV-A and UV-B radiation, protecting your crew and your equipment from exposure. It is also NFPA-701 fire-retardant and will self-extinguish in three seconds if it should catch fire after an accident. Additionally, our fabric structures:

  • Provide proper containment for all blasting, including Black Beauty abrasives, as required by the Environmental Protection Agency with our sandblasting containment systems
  • Our paint and sandblasting tents can be erected faster than any other type of sandblasting and paint containment building, usually taking only a few hours
  • Are available with HVAC and ventilation systems for a controlled interior temperature and to safely remove fumes or other potentially hazardous airborne debris

Another great feature of Big Top’s fabric structures is that they can be installed just about anywhere and anchored to just about any foundation, including asphalt, gravel, concrete, and shipping containers. So, if you need a sandblasting and paint facility at your construction site, dock, or hangar, our shelters are a perfect solution.

Keep your sandblasting and paint crew safe and comfortable by having one of Big Top’s fabric structures installed at your base of operations. Contact us today to learn more about our fabric structures for sandblasting and paint containment.

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