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FiberBeam™ TechnologyPound for Pound Stronger Than Steel with No Delamination

Foam is a great insulator but it is not a good structural material for building shelters. That is why we developed FiberBeam™  technology.  Unlike a typical FRP panel with a foam core that fails when placed under stress, shelters made with FiberBeam technology are more rigid and can withstand much higher stresses without any bowing or buckling.

 

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FiberBeam Technology Explained

FiberBeams are essentially fiberglass studs, spaced 12" apart, that are integrated into the walls, roofs, and doors of the shelter. They provide a solid structural connection between the inner and outer layers of the fiberglass skins. The result is a lightweight composite building system, equal to the strength of steel, that will never come apart or delaminate.

Need something structurally sound enough to survive earthquakes or hurricane-force winds? FiberBeam technology handles the majority of environmental issues for most applications, but if you have a special need, just let us know.

Just How Durable Are Our Shelters?

We took a baseball bat and a golfball to our buildings to see how they would hold up – check these out.

 

Shelter Works Shelter vs. Baseball

See what happens when Shelter Works' athletes pitch against and take a baseball bat to one of our fiberglass shelters.

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Shelter Works Shelter vs. Golf

See what happens when a golf ball hits one of our shelters at over 100 mph.

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