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FACTS REGARDING SHELTER SLOPE:

Low peak: 102 degree slope. 2.5" rise per foot
Not Recommended for use with Valance Tarps

Medium peak: 110 degree slope. 4" rise per foot

High peak: 120 degree slope. 7" rise per foot

Size of connectors refers to the size of the pipe used... not the inner diameter of the connector. MORE ON PIPE SIZE HERE.

  • 3/4" Connectors: For use with 3/4" EMT Conduit poles
  • 1" Connectors: For use with 1" EMT Conduit poles
  • 1 3/8" Connectors: For use with 1 3/8" chain link pipe poles
  • 1 5/8" Connectors: For use with 1 5/8" chain link pipe poles

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LOW PEAK SHELTERS

 

Available in 3/4", 1" Low Peak


Available in 3/4", 1"


Available in 3/4", 1"


Available in 3/4" and 1" low peak (See below for 1 3/8" and 1 5/8")


1 3/8" low peak, 1 5/8" low peak


Available in 1"


Low Peak Available in 3/4", 1"



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Warning: These building connectors are component parts for use in assembling portable or limited use structures only. Severe physical injury or death may result from the collapse of a structure which fails to use the proper component parts, is not properly anchored, or which lacks proper foundation support and structural integrity to withstand wind, rain, other weather related factors, and stress from the particular use. DTP, Ink, shelters-to-go.com or any of it's parties will not be held responsible for injury, death or other losses related to the use of these components.

To put this in terms that are understandable by all: It means use the correct weight poles (not aluminum or pvc), use the correct number of connectors (don't skimp), structures are designed for use with tarps (don't nail wood to them or cover with unapproved materials!), make sure they are anchored properly (one anchor per leg of approved type for the installation). And last but not least.... these structures won't withstand hurricanes, tornados, heavy snow loads or any other act of nature, man or animal that would trash a portable metal storage building but they are a lot easier to put up and more versatile for size, shape and use!


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