Different types of substrate can be present on site, such as concrete or concrete slabs, asphalt or paving, but also grassland, sandy soil or wasteland. Depending on the current surface and your preference, we determine whether a tent floor is required. This ensures a robust and flat surface.
Paved surface with concrete
plates A location provided with concrete plates or stelcon plates is ideal for temporary or semi-permanent tent accommodation. Such a surface is perfect when using heavy equipment such as forklift trucks and lorries and is often nicely flat. Tent pegs are not necessary because there is effective anchoring by the concrete anchors in the concrete slabs.
Paved surface with asphalt
On a surface of asphalt or paving, you can use light to heavy equipment and it is often flat. In this case, the anchoring of tent accommodation is done with pegs or flight feathers. We then drill through the asphalt or the street work. The pegs have an impact depth of 1 m to 1.5 m, so that a `Klic message` is always required to determine the location of pipes. This way we prevent damage and problems.
When the location has grassland or sandy soil as a surface, we usually have to make the location suitable for placing a tent. Depending on the situation, we do this with concrete slabs. When a firm and flat surface is required, but no heavy equipment such as forklift trucks will be used in the accommodation, a tent floor is a good option.
We bridge large height differences with a tent floor by installing a substructure with scaffolding material. This creates a robust and flat floor on which we place the tent construction.
We have 2 types of tent floors in assortment: