Tents for weather protection

Weather protection tents have become an indispensable component in the industrial sector to ensure the operation or renovation or demolition projects of buildings in all weathers. These tents not only provide protection from adverse weather conditions, but also contribute to the safety and efficiency of construction projects and industrial work. Find out below how different weather protection tents were successfully used by an energy supplier to meet the customer's requirements.

Requirements for the weather protection tents

During the design phase, particular attention was paid to the functionality of the weather protection tents and halls. A customised solution was developed to meet the specific requirements of the energy company. The halls were designed so that they could be assembled quickly and efficiently without disrupting daily work processes. Technical specifications such as the dimensions and other special challenges were taken into account (e.g. building over stairways, attachment to both sides of the existing buildings using tarpaulin strips, etc.).


Assembly of the weather protection tents

The assembly process for the weather protection tents went smoothly and within the planned schedule. Important milestones such as the delivery of materials and the complete installation were achieved on time. Some challenges were encountered during implementation, such as unforeseen weather conditions, but these were successfully overcome through flexible adjustments and effective solutions.


Weather protection hall 1

  • M-Line: SPW 15.0 m, length 20.0 m, TH 3.7 m
  • Heavy-duty dowel anchoring on strip foundation
  • Thermal roof tarpaulin, roller shutter door, trapezoidal sheet metal cladding


Weather protection hall 2

  • M-Line: SPW 15.0 m, length 21.15 m, TH 5.2 m
  • Heavy-duty dowel anchoring on strip foundation
  • Thermal roof tarpaulin, roller shutter door, escape doors, 40 mm insulated panel panelling


Weather protection hall 3

  • M-Line: SPW 15.0 m, length 21.8 m, TH 5.2 m
  • Heavy-duty dowel anchoring on strip foundation
  • Thermal roof tarpaulin, roller shutter door, escape door, 40 mm insulated panel panelling


Technical details

Width: 15,00 m
Length: 21,15 m
Area: 317,25 m²
Side height: 5,20 m
Roof: Thermal roof tarpaulin
Facade: Insulation panels 40 mm

Maintaining operational efficiency despite dismantling

The weather protection tents proved to be extremely useful in day-to-day operations. They provided reliable protection for the cellar holes and the gas turbines, which led to a significant increase in operating efficiency. A detailed maintenance plan was developed to ensure the longevity of the tents. Regular inspections and maintenance work ensure that the tents always remain in perfect condition.

The success criteria for this project were fully met. The energy supplier was extremely satisfied with the performance and benefits of the weather protection tents. Long-term benefits such as the reduction in weather-related downtime and increased safety in the workplace are clearly noticeable. This project impressively demonstrates the effectiveness of weather protection tents in the industrial sector.


More than just a tent! Weather protection tents and halls

Our weather protection tents are suitable for successful use in the industrial sector. The customised solutions and professional implementation contributed significantly to the success of the project. In the future, weather protection tents offer a wide range of prospects for further industrial applications and developments.


"Following the successful dismantling of the Wilmersdorf combined heat and power plant, we were looking for a customised solution to protect our infrastructure from the weather. Röder developed a customised and flexible hall concept for us that met all the necessary requirements. Röder also found a solution for special requests and the halls ordered were delivered and assembled in the shortest possible time. The halls were erected quietly in close coordination with our daily factory processes and individual adaptations on site were also implemented without any problems."

                                                   Fabian Licht, Project Manager, Near Term Gas Projects, BA Heat, Vattenfall Wärme Berlin AG