When temperatures rise to dangerous levels, you can count on Alaska Structures to provide shelter solutions that offer proven safety and comfort.
We design American-made Alaska Structures fabric structures to accommodate a wide range of options for use in extreme heat and against damaging ultraviolet (UV) rays.
Protection from the sun and heat begins with Alaska Structures' composite fabric membranes. These durable tensile fabrics block UV rays and are available in translucent or opaque versions. Alaska Structures' fabrics also provide securely sealed interior environments.
You can choose from a wide range of product options to help protect personnel, equipment and supplies from extreme heat and sunlight.
When you add EnerLayer™ or SuperLayer™ insulation, you'll help your fabric structure's interior stay cool in extreme temperatures. These proprietary insulation packages are available in any R-level of thermal resistance.
Adding an energy-efficient Alaska Structures environmental control unit (ECU) to one of our insulated tensioned membrane structures offers the ultimate in interior climate control. Alaska Structures' ECUs are proven to provide comfortable interior temperatures in ambient heat of 125°F and higher.
A variety of product options can be added to any of our field-tested shelter and camp systems. Alaska Structures fabric buildings sized from 8’ to 150’ wide can be found in such extreme-heat climates as those of Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and the United States.
We also offer the XPL Series of quick-erect shelters. With up to 800 square feet of interior space and HVAC options, these long-lasting tensile fabric structures are uniquely suited for use as emergency shelters and/or mobile cooling centers for outdoor festivals, construction sites and more.
For more information on how Alaska Structures can help protect you from the sun and heat, call +1-907-344-1565, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us online.