14ft Wide Polytunnels
|Our 14ft wide range of polytunnels use a robust 38.1mm diameter tubing for the hoops, ridge and corner struts. The steel is high tensile "Z35" grade which is galvanised and has a 1.5mm wall thickness.For the foundation tubes we've made sure that strength and corrosion are definitely not a problem - The tubing used has a wall thickness of 3.25mm and is hot-dip galvanised.For our 14ft wide range, the polytunnel hoops are spaced at 7ft apart for a fast build whilst maintaining superior strength.As with all our polytunnels we've made sure there are no weak links and each component is designed to ultimately fulfil it's purpose.||(Mouse over for larger image)|
Quite simply, we doubt you'll find anything stronger!
See below for a detailed specification.
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14ft Polytunnel Specification
|Hoop Spacings:||7ft (2.13m)||Overall Height:||8ft 4in (2.55m)|
|Straight Side:||3ft 7in (1.1m)||Door Opening:||Up to 5ft 8in wide x 6ft 1in high (1.72m x 1.85m)|
|Foundation Tubes:||Diameter 34 x 3.25mm thick-walled, heavy galvanised with cover re-tensioning system.||Hoops and Ridge Tube:||Z35 high tensile galvanised steel tube, diameter 38.1mm with a thicker wall of 1.5mm.|
|Polythene:||5 year guarantee with 7-8 years life expectancy.Thermic, anti-fog/anti-drip.2 choices of polythene -Clear for the most natural light conditionsDiffused for most effective use of available light||End Frames:||Tanalith treated timber, 1½" x 3½" (actual size), planed with rounded corners for easier handling and smooth appearance.|
Double-row of ¾" x 1½" Tanalith treated battens to secure the polythene cover.
|Brackets:||Galvansised for improved resistance to corrosion.Purpose-designed so each type of bracket is perfect for its intended use.||Corner Braces:||Z35 galvanised steel tube, diameter 38.1 x 1.5mm.|
Special design with angular adjustment for sloping sites.
|Bolts, Screws & Nails:||Galvansised or zinc plated for corrosion resistance.|
Coach bolts are used for timber connections.Steel-to-steel connections use Nylock nuts which can't vibrate loose.