Pole Tents has peripheral side-poles as well as center-poles that run down the middle of the tent. In the midst of 80′-wide and 100′-wide Pole Tents are two sets of center-poles (twin pole). In tents with widths of 20′, 30′, 40′, and 60′, there is just one pair of centre poles. The most popularly used ones are the 20×40 Pole Tent.
How are pole tents made?
Pole tents use ratchet straps that stretch 5-8 feet from each side pole to stakes or concrete anchors. Pole tents must be anchored into grass or asphalt or concrete. On the centre poles and/or perimeter poles, lights and fans may be installed. Center-poles and side-poles may be draped for an attractive appearance. It is possible to build sidewalls so that the tent may be heated or cooled. Minimal install/removal labour cost makes this tent a terrific deal. Elegant, sweeping curves make Pole Tents a very desirable alternative for large weddings, parties, and gatherings.
When are they used?
A pole tent is great for outdoor events held in grassy areas, however they may also be built on asphalt. They offer adequate area for family gatherings, conferences, picnics, and other big events and are available in a range of sizes. They may also give enough room for your business’s stand during a local festival, provided that the stakes can be pushed into the ground. Additional reasons you may want to choose a pole tent include:
To put up your tent, you just need to decide the location of the stakes, drive them into the ground, connect the tent to the stakes using ratchets or guy ropes, and then install the side poles and centre poles.
Whether you are managing a festival booth or hosting a workplace picnic, pole tents are perfect solutions to meet your requirements.
- Affordability: With minimum materials, you can get a high-quality event tent at a very affordable price, enabling you to invest in other areas of your event.
- Easier transportation and storage: Since pole tents lack a tent frame, they have fewer components to load, carry, and store. Typically, pole tents do not need ladders for installation.
- Uneven surfaces: A pole tent can bend easier with modest slopes in the setup area, but a stiff frame tent cannot.
- Aesthetically pleasing: since the centre and side poles are the only gear required to hold the tent top, the attractive, flowing white vinyl tent top is not obscured by a tent frame.
- Smaller setup crews: Since there is no huge structure to lift into the air, pole tents need fewer workers to assemble.