What do you do? When we have already set up an event tent. The activity items, staff, spectators, etc. are already in place, but suddenly the wind is blowing.

What is the wind load of the tent?

First, let’s first take a look at the structure’s materials of the event tent. The standard event tent adopts a high-strength and lightweight aluminum alloy frame. The tent fabric is made of PVC scrape coated synthetic fiber cloth with a certain tear resistance.

What if a storm comes while the tent is up?

After countless technical tests, our event tents can block 100 km / h winds. According to the classification of the wind level, this wind speed belongs to the tenth level wind, which can pull up the trees. In other words, under normal weather conditions, such as the breeze, the event tent is stable as a fortress. If there are occasional winds or strong winds, our event tents are easy to resist. Of course, if in summer and autumn typhoon season, it is necessary to reinforce the tent frame, and remove the PVC fabric to reduce force area and reduce damage.

Generally speaking, strong winds and above the level are rarely on land. In spring, it is normal to have drizzle and a breeze. It is a good choice to hold an outdoor event using waterproof and windproof event tents. In summer rainy days, occasional typhoon, depending on the weather, you can choose to add a scaffolding platform to the tent to prevent stagnant water, or disassemble and build after the typhoon.

In general, our event tents can resist common wind strengths, except for strong typhoons or extreme weather conditions that require special reinforcement or disassembly.