HTS TENTIQ Revolutionary Military Shelters to Feature at Eurosatory Exhibition
HTS TENTIQ will be presenting its revolutionary Carbon Hybrid Military Shelter at the Eurosatory Exhibition in Paris, at the Viparis Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre between 13-17 June, at Hall 6, Stand K61.
This pioneering structure is engineered with a carbon aluminium profile, making it stronger than normal aluminium but also much lighter.
Eurosatory presents all aspects of land and airland defence, as well as a strong civil and homeland security focus.
The exhibition covers the whole supply chain in all defence and security arenas from raw materials through to operational systems, contractors and finished products. It will also feature lifesize presentations of equipment and weapon systems throughout, as well as conferences, workshops and panel discussions.
As an established exhibitor at the event, HTS TENTIQ is taking this opportunity to promote its unique and highly advanced carbon hybrid military shelters.
Using the most advanced technology on the market, these shelters are engineered with carbon-aluminium profiles, making them much stronger than a comparable conventional structure and able to withstand far higher snow and wind loads. They are also much lighter than comparable shelters, making them easy to transport and assemble under the most unforgiving of weather conditions.
Designed and built in modules allows for easy modifications and multiple accessories such as flooring, walling, insulation liners, sunshades, electrics and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) provides a wide choice of comfort level and pricing.
The shelters are often used as mess tents, sleeping or recreational buildings in field camps.
For a structure to be so light, easy and quick to transport and install usually means a loss of strength and durability. The HTS TENTIQ carbon hybrid military shelters not only retains the necessary strength but they improve on it making them suitable for military camps all round the world in the most extreme environments, terrains and climates.
To find out more, visit HTS TENTIQ on 13-17 June at the Eurosatory, Hall 6, Stand K61.