Reception tents are pole type tents with a front that opens into a veranda. This design is typically suitable for a shop, dining/bar area, office, or for use as exhibition tents. It is single roofed, with separate inner & outer groundsheets, both in PVC material. The standard design can be customized at an additional cost to include a flysheet.
The canvas roof is supported by ridges on 3 poles at the apex. Wooden crowns are used as stoppers for the roof. Ropes are then tied to the crowns and pegged to the ground in order to support the poles on both sides i.e. to hold it upright when the tent is
The walls are zipped together in order to join them i.e. each wall can be raised to create an opening into the tent. One of the longer walls is normally used as the door; it is raised and held up
using 3 poles.
Each wall has 2 windows of size 1m x 1.2m (l x w).
There are spikes that hold the wooden crowns. They are free of sharp edges, splits, dents or deformations that may damage the canvas.
It takes 3 people approximately 1 hour to set up.
A reception tent can be useful in events for registering and welcoming guests into a venue, it provides perfect shade while working at a setup set in the open sun as a workstation.
While setting up a mining camp or mining village in remote areas, a reception tent could come in hand as a base point to operate all stations in the camp at the mining town.
It could also be used as a quick-relief office where disaster victims are sighed into relief camps just like in any modern office.
It can also be very useful as a reception office at a luxurious Mara camp, to welcome safari guests into the camp just like a reception area in a hotel.
|Diani Tent||Nyali 12||Nyali 16|
|Center Height (m)||1.9||2.4||2.4|
|Weight(Kgs) Frame + Cover||100||100||100|
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