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TR10 Tornado Safe Room

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    TR10 Tornado Safe Room

    Dim: 87"H x 120"W x 48"D

    Area: 33 Sq. Feet

    Price $5,645.00

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    Tornado Safe Rooms & Shelters

    Securall fully assembled Storm Safe Rooms & Shelters are designed to be conveniently placed in your garage or outdoors on a concrete slab. During new home construction they can also be placed in a basement of the house. These units arrive completely assembled for easy installation. All you need to do is place and bolt down. With heavy-duty bolt down anchors to hold it in place, and sturdy steel walls capable of resisting the strongest storm winds and debris impacts, these units provide emergency shelter when and where you need it, which during a tornado is HERE AND NOW!!

    Securall manufactures Storm Shelters large enough to provide protection at offices, schools, trailer and RV parks, campgrounds, construction sites, public venues, etc. With enough room to safely house dozens of people during Severe Weather incidences these units are ideal for offering safety in otherwise vulnerable locations. On top of the peace of mind these units offer to those working and living near them, they also reduce the risk to human life and therefore stand to reduce your insurance premiums as well. Contact Securall for any questions or concerns regarding our Large Facility Storm Safe Rooms today.

     
  • Securall Storm Shelters & Safe Rooms are built in accordance with specifications set forth by FEMA, the National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA), and the International Code Council (ICC).
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  • Our tornado shelters comply with the recommendations established in the documents: FEMA 320 - Taking Shelter from the Storm (written in conjunction with Texas Tech's Wind Engineering Research Center) and ICC-500.
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  • Securall Tornado Safe's FEMA 320/361/ICC-500 Proprietary Wall Assembly & FEMA 320/ICC-500 door assembly was tested and successfully passed missile impact resistance tests at Texas Tech University’s Wind Science and Engineering Research Center.
  • Technical Details :

     
  • All Fully Welded construction.l.
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  • Heavy-duty bolt down cement anchors secure the unit in place.
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  • 2 vents (high and low) with welded vent covers for fresh air flow and to reduce the build up of air pressures.
  • 36”W heavy duty steel door with standard lever handle and 3 dead bolts (All keyed alike), built to FEMA 320.
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  • Finished in grey polyurethane enamel. Custom colors are available.
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  • Shipped fully assembled. Easy to install with turn-key operation - simply place, bolt and use.
  • Dimension: 87"H x 120"W x 48"D
    Area: 33 Sq Feet.

    No. of Doors: 1
    Door Style: FEMA 320 StormSafe Door

    46 Bolt Down Locations

    Shipping Weight: 1665 Lbs.

    Test & Approval:
    Tornado Safe Room's Wall Assembly Debris Impact Test at Texas Tech
    Securall Tornado Safe's FEMA 320/361/ICC-500 Proprietary Wall Assembly passed three impacts and meets both the FEMA 320 and the ICC-500 standards for wall systems in storm shelters . The tornado test criterion uses a 15-lb. 2x4-in. wood board traveling horizontally at 100-mph, which corresponds to a 250-mph wind, and is the criterion used in designing vertical surfaces for occupant protection.

    StormSafe Door Pressure & Debris Impact Test at Texas Tech
    Pressure and Impact tests were conducted at Texas Tech University’s Wind Science and Engineering Research Center. The test on FEMA 320/ICC-500, Model HD42x84-O-LH was consistent with the guidelines of FEMA 320/361 and ICC-500 (2008) Standard for “The Design and Construction of Storm Shelters” and the ICC-500 requirement that the pressure test load should include a safety factor of 1.2. This pressure relates to a 250 mph ground speed tornado and the door installed in Zones 4&5 per ASCE 7-05 for a corner zone with the negative pressures being greater than the positive pressures. The goal pressure is 2.19 psi which must be held for 10 seconds in accordance to ASTM E330. In accordance to FEMA 320, the residential shelter guideline, swinging door assemblies should resist a static pressure of 1.37-psi for a 5-second period. The tornado test criterion uses a 3 impacts of 15-lb. 2x4-in. wood board traveling horizontally at 100-mph, which corresponds to a 250-mph wind.

    Test Results
    FEMA 320/ICC-500, Model HD42x84-O-LH door assembly passed 2.19 psi for 10 sec.(includes ICC-500,1.2 Safety Factor) & three impacts and is qualified to meet both the FEMA 320 and the ICC-500 standards of door pressures and impacts for doors in storm shelters.