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Concrete Canvas Shelters (Civil Applications)



Concrete Canvas Shelters (CCS) are rapidly deployable hardened shelters that can be deployed by 2 people, in under 1 hour. CCS have two major advantages over conventional tented shelter:
Operational: CCS enable a hardened structure from day one of an operation. They provide much better environmental protection,
increased security and vastly improved medical capability.
Financial: CCS have a design life of over 10 years, whereas tents wear out rapidly and must then be replaced. CCS are a one stop
solution, saving effort and cost over the lifetime of medium to long term operations.
The key to CCS is the use of inflation to create a surface that is optimised for compressive loading. This allows thin walled concrete
structures to be formed which are both robust and lightweight. CCS consist of a revolutionary cement based composite fabric
(Concrete Cloth) bonded to the outer surface of a plastic inner which forms a Nissen-Hut shaped structure once inflated.

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Автор Mohd Saifuddin ( назад)
New Technology Concrete Cloth

Автор Lansing Allison ( назад)
It is a waste to have invention A waste of time money effort for Not send
15 of these units for X the major cities as a support of the hospital /
Medical Clinic 300 units ( ? )to Nepal

Автор Alison Makin ( назад)
This technology has been around for several years and the inflatable
concrete shelters are rapidly deployable, requiring only water and air for
construction. The NGO's shy away from using them for humanitarian
applications because they don't want to see semipermanent buildings used in
a crisis believing a refugee camp will quickly go away. The reality is
they don't and although a bit pricey, they have a 10 year plus lifespan. +
concretecanvaspg #concretecanvas #concreteshelter 

Автор archanth ( назад)
Beyond weight and cost, I see possible problems with this contraption:
1. You couldn't set it up in the rain.
2. Assembly would consume lots of water.
3. The pump needs power.
4. Ventilation.
5. Light.

Автор Regola ( назад)
Regola porta avanti la ricerca nel campo dell'emergenza da anni, questo ci
porta a conoscere aziende molto interessanti sotto molti punti di vista.
«concrete canvas» è un esempio di invenzione geniale che potrebbe avere
importanti applicazioni soprattutto nell'ambito della gestione delle
emergenze umanitarie. Questo materiale, che si presenta morbido, è infatti
in grado di solidificarsi in pochi minuti con l'aggiunta di acqua,
diventando estremamente resistente al peso e agli agenti atmosferici. Date
un occhiata.
Concrete Canvas Shelters (Civil Applications)

Автор palef02 ( назад)
I can do this cheaper 

Автор David ( назад)
You can do the same with shotcrete but much cheaper.

Автор Ron Angel ( назад)
How do you hydrate with hose pipe in -18 + centigrade conditions. Water
will freeze ( if you have enough) not absorb?

Автор Larry Moore ( назад)
yea if you have $37000 to waste on a hut. work on reducing costs. 

Автор Transfac Capital ( назад)
love the application, but it isn't cost efficient.

Автор Dean paul ( назад)
PLEASE GIVE INFO FOR BUYING HERE IN THE USA....

Автор youareonthetube1 ( назад)
"Has the potential to last over 25 years". "Made of a ceramic material".
Well. How long does it ACTUALLY LAST. Not its potential based on variants
of useage. A simple lifetime material degradation from natural exposure
will due fine. Ceramic, It shatters very easily. almost ANY force directed
at ceramic will break and shatter it. The idea is sound its the shifty
sales pitch i do not like.

Автор JACK RANGER (JackRanger co) ( назад)
Genius!

Автор telorinodelhoyoo ( назад)
that thing should be called armadillo shelter lol

Автор Derek Drakes ( назад)
With all these random acts of God so to speak globally this looks like a
good idea, especially from a medical perspective.

Автор CURTIS BAILEY ( назад)
WHERE CAN I BUY ONE FOR MY AREA IN USA?

Автор TheSalamanderAnder ( назад)
Now make it atmosphere capable and we can colonize and terraform Mars.

Автор Grady Bledsoe ( назад)
drawkcab si draobyek ym <

Автор Grady Bledsoe ( назад)
tib llridcrette cona eed nya do

Автор ZombieTex1 ( назад)
It really depends on your need. If you want to build a shelter in your back
yard ... probably not your best option. But if you need to drop an instant
emergency shelter some place with limited resources and available labor, it
may be exactly what you need. It takes 2 people to set up in a couple of
hours, and it's hard within 24 hours. Not a lot of other products can give
you that.

Автор ZombieTex1 ( назад)
Once it is hardened, drill holes and set up what ever air venting system
you like.

Автор fall0rn ( назад)
the question is can you make a whole in it... since its a concrete mixture
( ? ) that should be pretty easy no? and once theres a hole in it you can
simply make a fire inside that thing and smoke people out of there, so not
that good of a cover, but probably very usefull under normal situations,
natural disasters etc. but not actually a real bunker ;)

Автор VeiledDraconis ( назад)
Who cares about the shape? Or the time? Those things aren't really
important to the average Joe building a shelter in their backyard, unless
they wait until the day before a major storm to build it. The price tag is
just not worth it imho, not when you could pour a similar sized structure
at a fraction of the cost with a higher durability. Concrete only takes
around a month to properly cure in most temperate climates, and it is
stable in just a few days. Why pay for speed you don't need?

Автор Dikotomii D ( назад)
Because you cannot get it to that shape, that easy, in that amount of time.
Honestly, this is an awesome invention and this makes canvas and synthetic
temp buildings look like crap now. This was needed.

Автор VeiledDraconis ( назад)
Pretty neat for disaster relief and possibly military applications but If I
can go out and order a cubic yard of cement for ~75 USD why pay the price?

Автор sean weir ( назад)
wow that is sweet.

Автор ljalaska ( назад)
hempcrete canvas is the way!

Автор A Boyer ( назад)
Better than a "van down by the river?"

Автор Kon Paku ( назад)
On the next recession these shelters can be used for living space.

Автор underdogjo ( назад)
Still too expensive, need mass production to reduce cost.

Автор Joshua Y ( назад)
Super titanium steel iron cloth.tm Now build your own skyscraper

Автор Gomer Pyle ( назад)
definantly, you will just need some power tools to cut holes for
ventilation, put in ventilation, seal up ventilation with some caulk.
string up some lights

Автор Lumanix1 ( назад)
hahaha, u legend

Автор swtprsn ( назад)
How much does it cost?

Автор PK Images ( назад)
where can this be bought in the US

Автор animejump12 ( назад)
So thats where slenderman came from...

Автор TheResistance607 ( назад)
Ahh you think you'll be using these on US citizens huh ..lol

Автор DrTokeru ( назад)
on the next Breaking Bad...

Автор Sathya SaiBaba ( назад)
2:39 there is a window on it near the fire

Автор 871mumu ( назад)
can u create an climate sustainable for marijuana planets?

Автор deserthunter73 ( назад)
Yeah. Those Natural Disasters in Afghanistan...

Автор Daniel Cantrell ( назад)
It's possible, but it won't happen. It just weighs too much, and requires
about 1000 liters of water for it to set. Water weighs a lot too, and there
are building materials that are much more feasible and don't require the
use of an extremely important resource like water, it will probably be
something like an inflatable shelter that will be covered in earth, or i
guess they would call it mars when they're on mars.

Автор bib Bab ( назад)
OF COURSE! but i wonder if the marsions laser guns can shoot through it?

Автор Gomer Pyle ( назад)
you can drill holes in it to instal things

Автор vishee2906 ( назад)
yes if you can make it on mars the fuel to take them there would be
staggering. they already have concept earthen shelter plans for moon and
mars.

Автор clayton laxton ( назад)
This great implications for disaster relief - but are they relocateable?

Автор pgut213 ( назад)
I want one :)

Автор Yondaime Namikaze ( назад)
shut up and get my money!

Автор trazerbot ( назад)
can we use this in mars?

Автор Evilroots ( назад)
How would you add a AC unit to this?

Автор compwiz101 ( назад)
Another vid shows people easily standing on top of the structure.

Автор mopaysmozil ( назад)
You can walk on it, why would you need carbon rods?

Автор Zithar ( назад)
Gangster & Classy? I didn't know that those two went hand in hand.

Автор MeTubeu333 ( назад)
I like this technology, however.. it looks fragile... perhaps if they used
carbon rods in the fabric it would increase its durability

Автор CHOPPERGIRL AIRWAR ( назад)
I would want some other shape than a quonset hut with ribs. Something like
an inflatable castle, or German euro style little village house with faux
rafters. That would look way more gangsta and classy. If you are going to
use something to make a permanent tent city, you want to look classy from
the get go and then forever more, a tourist attraction, not a future ghetto
slum for graffiti artists and punks and drug dealers..

Автор Andrew .Pease ( назад)
From 10 to 25 years in just two videos? This is a miracle substance. (this
is sarcasm, not to be confused with actual spiritual or religious belief).

Автор PopeShaitan ( назад)
You have to go outside to fart.

Автор Hisham Baharin ( назад)
what about ventilation?

Автор Steve White ( назад)
give me a break...and do me a favor don;t vote for that fucking loser oboho
again....oh that's right people like you don't vote....good

Автор bongojim420 ( назад)
@outasight2010 Lol yer funny. Hear what 1,627 Verified Architects &
Engineers have to say about 911 here> AE911TRUTH . ORG

Автор Steve White ( назад)
@bongojim420 ...no wonder you think like a fucking retard bongo jim
420....smoke another joint and STFU

Автор dLimboStick ( назад)
What about ventilation? Mold and mildew are killers.

Автор InspiredMuse74 ( назад)
This is brillant. This could be the wave of the future for diaster housing.
These could be delivered to people who have lost their homes due to
tornados, hurricanes or fire, and also to house the homeless. I just wonder
how they are heated and cooled? Between shipping contianers, earth
bag/natural homes there is no reason for homeless to exist in the world. We
have the resources and ways to make low cost homes.

Автор bongojim420 ( назад)
@thegreatwoodlife 911 was a inside job. The USA government with Israel did
911. Better to face reality than live in denial. We are tools, here to
work, pay hundreds of TAX'S and accept government lies. People will ''get
it'' one day...When its too late.

Автор tobigforyou ( назад)
It would be really nice if it had some built in insulation. Maybe a thin
layer of cheap Aerogel fabric. Aerogel Fabric is thin, so you get great
performance in a small package.

Автор sweetberrywine69 ( назад)
How hot will this thing be inside without air conditioning.

Автор OneCapsule ( назад)
@MaTchBoOkPoEt Did you forget that Canada is over there with the U.S.?
Derp.

Автор MaTchBoOkPoEt ( назад)
@thegreatwoodlife thanks... im Canadian so i don't care about u.s. problems

Автор thegreatwoodlife ( назад)
@MaTchBoOkPoEt They run about 30k The US Taxpayers have paid for hundreds
and sent them overseas to people who want to kill us. Doesn't it make you
feel like a tool?

Автор MaTchBoOkPoEt ( назад)
anyone know the price for one? or.. price for one of the models shown>?

Автор Sean Sweeney ( назад)
How easily are they disposed of?

Автор FixedByDoc OffGrid ( назад)
i still want one or two...

Автор Al Waxman ( назад)
My question is at what temperature does this product cease to be effective?
And if you can tell me, how have they have exceeded current limitations in
what are potentially extremely ardous conditions?

Автор Al Waxman ( назад)
The chemical reaction involved in the formation of concrete requires the
cataylst, usally water or treated water' to be wet. Even with accelerants
this creates a limitation upon the occurence of said reaction, with
accelerants and antifreeze this limitation is more flexeble than 0 celsius
but in current commercial applications is still limited to around -4
celsius before the water ceases to function effectively as a catalyst, and
requires hording.

Автор RSBlastoise383 ( назад)
@Goruthar no it's fine in freezing temperatures

Автор Al Waxman ( назад)
I assume it is unusable in freezing temperatures?

Автор Dr White ( назад)
@imkraft Well, no, its only concrete, so its only bulletproof against small
arms like pistols or smgs. But, it is posible to cover them in sandbags,
Kevlar or even extra layers of the concrete canvas.

Автор jim kidman (1078 лет назад)
cool i want one

Автор imkraft ( назад)
Is that bulletproof as well?

Автор jeetendrag10acc2 ( назад)
you could even make boats with this. a preform with overlaid fabric.
(instead of fibreglass)

Автор kefsound ( назад)
Brilliant!

Автор gerdacato ( назад)
Qué buen invento!!!

Автор James T Kirk ( назад)
Genius!

Автор Tristan Radeboldt ( назад)
its 20,000 to 30,000 dollars

Автор jeetendrag10acc2 ( назад)
just describe the price per sq m!!!!!!!!!!!

Автор VCRAGE ( назад)
these are bloody amazing! so many uses..

Автор Ang M ( назад)
The fact that this can be used with sea water is INCREDIBLE, and perfect
for use in disaster-ridden places like Haiti. Absolutely incredible.

Автор centervilletn ( назад)
these are brilliant...and have a very interesting market that likely isnt
being exploited.....

Автор Audacia77 ( назад)
Sold! Where do I go?

Автор Tyler Heal ( назад)
Okay! Where can I by one?

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