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Why our 4m wide premier marquees are so strong

Our premier Portland Marquees surpass the industry standard as well as our own party tent and luxury ranges in terms of strength. The robustness is attributed to the incorporation of features commonly found in 6-meter wide structures:

  1. Vertical and Horizontal Roof Braces: The inclusion of both vertical and horizontal roof braces significantly enhances the strength of the roof, setting our marquees apart.
  2. Intermediate Purlins: Strategically positioned intermediate purlins along each side, halfway down the roof, provide additional support, reinforcing the marquee’s overall structure.
  3. Wind Resistant End Panels: Our wind-resistant 2-meter end panels, covered in detail in a separate article, contribute to the marquee’s stability in challenging weather conditions.
  4. Envelope Style Roof: The unique envelope-style roof adds to the distinctive features of our marquees, ensuring durability and reliability.
  5. Automatic Inclusion of Groundbars: Groundbars are automatically included, contributing to the overall stability of the structure.
  6. Gable Uprights: A gable upright at each end facilitates the use of interchangeable side panels, offering flexibility in design and functionality.
  7. High-Quality Material: All roofs and sides are crafted from a reliable 500gsm rip-stop PVC, ensuring longevity and resilience.
  8. Triangular Structure: Leveraging the strength of the triangle, the additional roof braces create a robust triangular structure, providing substantial strength to the marquee frame.

Collectively, these features position our 4m commercial marquees as the most durable and heavy-duty structures in their class globally.

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