Emergency Tents for Sale South Africa
Emergency Tents are often used in humanitarian emergencies, such as war, earthquakes and fire. The primary choice of tents in humanitarian emergencies are canvas tents, because a cotton canvas tent allows functional breath-ability while serving the purpose of temporary shelter. At times, however, these temporary shelters become a permanent or semi-permanent home, especially for displaced people living in refugee camps or shanty towns who can’t return to their former home and for whom no replacement homes are made available.
Emergency Tents Manufacturers South Africa
We included all these aspect in a stunning, yet realistic product to African countries. We prefer the most proper raw materials there must be exacting consideration and emphasis given to the realistic needs of the consumer, jointly with aesthetically beautiful features. Faster assemble and disassemble as well as easy handling Series supports you immensely in all operational situations. Select the tent size you require from four different models. Or erect complete tent towns using the docking tent. Emergency Tents is perfectly equipped for various scenarios thanks to its optimum usable width and the well conceived functions.
Emergency Tents Specifications
2 Sleeper (in sleeping bags)
Size: 2.4m x 2.4m x 1.85m
Material: 305g ripstop Canvas (tear resistant, rot proof)
Tent suspended on spring steel frame
Canvas Top cover includes extended veranda
3 Mosquito windows with mosquito gauze and heavy duty zip
Built-in groundsheet (550g PVC)
Packed weight: 27kg
Packed Dimensions: 1m x 50cm x 20cm
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