Concrete Canvas Shelters

by Erich

For those of you with some extra money lying around I wanted to introduce you to an interesting shelter my brother told me about. It’s called the Concrete Canvas Shelter. It is a rapid deployable shelter that takes under an hour to set up and is ready for use in under 24 hours.

They are made of a special fire-proof, cement based composite fabric (Concrete Cloth) bonded to the outer surface of a plastic inner which forms a Nissen-Hut shaped structure once inflated. Designed to be covered with sand or earth, the shelters provide protection against small-arms fire and shell fragments as well as superior insulation against cold and heat.

They can also be fitted with a combined forced air/inflation unit and decontamination module to provide full spectrum CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear) protection.

I could see these as a great addition to a retreat or bug-out type location. Check out the following video for a demonstration (email subscribers please visit site for video):

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Comment by michael
2011-06-14 19:23:36

Hey I’ve been looking at these for some time and i can’t find any prices for the shelters or the cloth itself.

2016-06-04 13:14:21


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