Tension membrane structure and tensile building envelope are thin shell structures. A tensioned membrane supported by a lightweight structural system withstands tension without compression or bending. Made from coated PES, ETFE, PTFE or PTFE-coated fiberglass, stretch membranes can span great distances and take on a variety of shapes.
The Tension membrane structure, most commonly used in roofs and canopies, is able to create unique private and public spaces. The Tension membrane structure system is low maintenance and provides year-round protection. Due to their malleability, they are able to complement rather than compete with the existing built and natural environment. The smooth, reflective surfaces of the Tension membrane structure provide ample daylight, reduce cooling costs and solar gain, and make buildings more energy efficient. Their innovative form and inherent efficiency reduce the amount of material required to build the structure and the cost of transportation, resulting in cost savings. Pavilions, amphitheaters, entertainment venues, museums, hotels, Tension membrane structures and tensile building envelopes are easy to pack and transport, so the structure can be relocated as needed.
Higher reliability of steel work
Higher degree of industrialization
Quick to be assembled accurately
Larger interior space
Our target customer: Builders, schools, troops and the government
Tension membrane structure can be used as roofs of stadiums, theaters, exhibition halls, waiting halls, stadium stands, gas stations, toll stations, awnings, hangars, factory buildings and other buildings.