All-Composite Rigid Wall Shelters
Will-Burt’s all-composite rigid wall shelter systems and container solutions deliver significantly lower life-cycle costs and increased performance advantages over shelters and containers constructed of metal and combination composite/metal materials. Will-Burt’s shelters are engineered to the demanding requirements and specifications of the military and oil and gas industries. Our patented technology meets current industry demands for shelters and containers that are exceptionally strong, easy to transport/ deploy, weigh less, require less maintenance, provide thermal efficiency, have lower overall life-cycle costs, and can be deployed in extreme environments.
- Lower Energy Consumption
- Longer Life
- Less Maintenance
- Greater Loading
- Higher Stackability
- Operational In Extreme Environments
Will-Burt’s shelters and containers are constructed with all composite materials, including patented corner columns, roof, floor and walls, enabling them to perform under extremes of temperature, environment, and geography, combat and/or utility.
Composites offer up to 40% weight savings over traditional metal and alloy-based structures, saving valuable fuel dollars.
Will-Burt composite shelters offer a higher thermal R-value, saving valuable energy needed for heating/cooling.
- Corrosion Resistance
No More Bustin’ Rust! – Will-Burt composite shelters are inherently resistant to rust and other chemicals, thus requiring less depot and field maintenance.
Will-Burt’s composite shelter strength per unit density is stronger than aluminum and steel resulting in a superior strength to weight ratio.
Lower shelter/container weight allows for more equipment to be integrated within the shelter.
- 9 High Stacking
Designed to carry up to 211,517-lb (95,942-kg) force on any given corner – quite an achievement for a shelter or container weighing 5,500 lbs. (2,495 kg) or less.
- EMI/HEMP Protection
Will-Burt composite shelters have exceeded performance thresholds for Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) and High Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) protection, ensuring a secure operational environment.