Increase the lifespan of your most expensive equipment by keeping it out of the elements with a fabric hoop building by Calhoun Super Structure. Tractors, combines, and other large machinery is kept safe and covered when not in use, and provides you and your workers with an ideal environment for maintenance.
Calhoun’s custom-engineered fabric hoop building structures provide a bright and open storage space while protecting your equipment, hay storage, or hoop barns from harsh weather conditions. We build to your standards, and customize to your needs, guaranteeing low utility costs and a fabric hoop building that will last generations.
A Keder Panel System is a custom-made aluminum extrusion, mounted at each truss section of the fabric structure. Keder panels are made to the exact bay spacing with a 1/2′′ industrial rope continuously heat welded in place at the sides.
The fabric keder panel is secured through the aluminum extrusion and tensioned at both ends. This system ensures the fabric will not touch the frame of the structure, helping to create a quieter environment with no risk of wear points on the cover.
Purlins and cables are added, securing the structure and giving the keder panel fabric its ultimate tension laterally. A leak-proof vinyl cap is added to the aluminum extrusion for sealing.
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Calhoun Super Structure hoop buildings are an ideal solution for equipment and hay storage protecting your assets from the harmful effects of weather exposure. Our custom-engineered hoop buildings are engineered to withstand seismic impact and fluctuating weather conditions. Unlike conventional buildings, our hoop barns are much more airtight reducing heat loss while keeping moisture out.
The membranes of Calhoun’s fabric cover for hoop barns allows natural daylight into the building, reducing or eliminating daytime lighting costs.
Other Applications for Agriculture Storage Solutions: Manure/Waste Storage, Crop Storage.
"We have two Calhoun Super Structures on our farm and plan to build a third this year. The natural light and fresh air flow provide a superior environment for the animals. We used to raise our young stock in the old milking barn. Over the course of a winter, we would usually have a handful of illness cases. Now we raise them in our 40 x 90 Calhoun structure and this past winter, not one case of illness. These buildings are top notch."
1875 Middleton Avenue, Unit #2
Brandon, MB R7C 1A7
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