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Quick Build Welding and Storage Habitats

Welding Habitats Flammible Areas

Welding Habitats can be quickly set up and used for any number of applications to create a safe module in a hazardous area where shutting down gas lines and removing flammable materials is expensive and time consuming.

Applications include:

  1. -Category 1 Hot Work, welding, burning and grinding
  2. -Category 2, Hot Work, cable jointing and sand blasting
  3. -Maintaining ambient temperatures for coatings or insulation work where containment is an important requirement
Welding Habitat Hazerdous Area
Features and Function of Welding Habitat
The principal components of the habitat concept are the special flame retardant flexible panels which are zipped together and sealed with velcro. This allows any size and shape of habitat to be created. There are 2 different types of penetration panels which allow the habitat to accommodate multi-level pipework runs and cable trays. The penetration detail eliminates the need for panels to be specially manufactured or cut on site. The Welding Habitat can be constructed to include an air lock. This is typically used when building large scale Welding Habitats. There is also an escape panel configured to allow easy access to the predetermined escape route. The habitat is inflated and the positive pressure maintained by an air fan which is ran from either a dedicated air compressor or by instrument air. The working environment inside the habitat is quiet and vapor free The fumes are extracted to a safe area by an air mover. Special sized and shaped panels can be manufactured where space and site conditions dictate. The standard habitat shape will either be a square or a cube, but basically any shape can be created by fixing the panels to steelwork or equipment if needed.  The habitat doors are manufactured from marine aluminium. They are light and easy to handle but still robust enough to withstand the rigours of the offshore weather. The door contains a window allowing the fire watcher to observe the work party inside while monitoring the pressure control gauge, which is fixed to the door manifold. There is a transit panel fitted into the door that allows all temporary cables and leads to be tidied away. The habitat will be anchored to a scaffold frame in most cases. If for any reason the air supply is disrupted and pressure is lost the habitat will not collapse. It will be supported by straps fixed to the primary structure. All of the component parts are very light, and can easily be packed on a euro pallet. The weight of a 2M x 2M x 2M habitat is only 90 Kgs. 
Marine Welding Oil Rig Safety Enclosure
Installation and Ease of Use
The Welding Habitat can be installed and handed over fit for purpose in a very short period of time. It has been our experience that a standard 2M x 2M x 2M Welding Habitat can be made available to commence hot work after only 3-4 hours. One competent engineer can safely accomplish the assembly and the installation of the habitat, allowing manning levels and bedding requirements to be minimised. The habitat is particularly valuable where there are a number of different applications, for example pipework tie-ins. The habitat can be recycled as work progresses. Different habitats can be created simply by adding or changing panels.
Welding Habitat Safety Oil and Gas
Safety
Because the habitat is constructed from flexible modular panels, it can be continuously re-used unlike traditional habitat constructions that are one use only. In the event that the panels do become damaged they can be easily repaired at a minimum of cost. In addition to the visual surveillance by the fireguard the habitat can be equipped with an alarm central - MGD. Five gas sensors are connected to the MGD. All electrical equipment used inside the habitat are connected to the power outlets of the MGD. If gas is detected, all the power outlets will shutdown and an alarm will sound
quick build warehouse
Quick Build Warehouse

Warehouse made of galvanized sheet steel

Dismantled delivery/transportation

Simple and fast assembly and disassembly

Delivered in 4 different heights: 2.6M - 3.0M - 4.0M - 4.8M

Can easily be extended at any time in a modular pattern

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