PVC Pole Tent 40'x20' - White
Pole tents provide a traditional look and feel to any event. With quality materials, attention to detail and easy installation, it's great for a variety of functions, such as backyard parties, weddings, or events supplied by rental companies. The PVC top is supported by poles located under the center of the top and then tensioned over side and corner poles, which are anchored to the ground using ropes.Features:
- Luxury heavy duty 480g PVC top, with UV protection
- 2 Luxury heavy duty 350g PVC window walls, with UV protection
- 2 Luxury heavy duty 350g PVC zipper walls, with UV protection
- Heat bonded PVC cover and walls, 100% waterproof
- Arched windows on the long sides offer a good inflow of light.
- Entrance door in each zipper wall
- Galvanized steel frame
- Full instructions and care manual included
- Size: 40'(12meter) x 20'(6meter)
- Frame: Galvanized Steel Tubes
- Cover: Strong 480 gr/m2 PVC
- Sidewalls: Strong 350 gr/m2 PVC
- Center Pole: Diameter: 51mm; Thickness: 1.5mm
- Side Pole: Diameter:38mm; Thickness: 1.2mm
- Height: Side Height: 6.1'; Peak Height: 12.8'
- Door Dimensions: 6.8'W x 5.9'H
- Weight: 300 Pounds
** Important! **
A pole tent must be secured by ropes and stakes driven into the ground. Therefore, it is best to set up your pole tent on grassy or dirt areas unless you're permitted to stake into the concrete or asphalt surfaces. For staking into the hard surface, you will need additional hardware, which is NOT included in this package.
This item is not to be used as a permanent structure. It is recommended that you do not leave this item unattended during inclement weather (i.e. rain, hail, snow, wind, and ice) and assembled overnight. This item is not manufactured to withstand the weight of any form of precipitation left on top cover.
What is the difference between a Pole tent and a Frame tent?
The pole tent is held up by center poles in the middle of the tent and a set of poles arranged beneath the top to support the tent. This type of tent requires some space (about 5 feet) all the way around the tent for stakes and ropes.
A pole tent is secured and supported by driving stakes into the ground; Pole tent mostly go on grass areas. So it is not suitable to put a pole tent on concrete or asphalt surfaces. (Unless you are allowed to stake into the hard surface).
A frame tent is a tent that is held up by a frame of metal poles (sort of like the frame of a house). Frame tents are free standing, and can be installed on any surface and have no poles down the center. They don’t require ropes and stakes for support nor do they require additional space around the tent. This means they can be pushed right up against a home or building, and can be set up on cement. Further, frame tents do not have a center pole, so they provide a completely open floor plan.
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