Rubb’s fabric engineered modular designed warehouse structures are said to offer proven storage solutions for a wide range of businesses and operations. Its large clear spans and high translucent ceilings reportedly provide a bright, efficient working environment. Rubb says its storage warehouses are built to last but are fully relocatable or extendable to meet changing needs.
Rubb storage steel framed modular warehouses can be easily converted, adapted or relocated to store additional products, providing a more flexible storage solution. Rubb storage buildings are said to be easily custom designed to accommodate conveyors and other loading methods. Retaining sidewalls can also be integrated to resist lateral loadings. Its storage buildings have been used to contain everything from biomass to perlite, and often serve as salt sheds for local authorities.
Low maintenance / low costs
Its membrane materials and post-production galvanized welded frames are said to deliver durability over time, making the cost of maintaining Rubb storage warehouses supposedly more economical compared to conventional structures.
Energy-efficient roof membranes
Translucent PVC cladding is said to allow natural daylight to illuminate the storage space while the white roof surface reflects heat. Optional Thermohall insulation reportedly minimises heat transfer, prevents condensation and virtually eliminates thermal bridging and air infiltration.
Multiple door options
Rubb offers a variety of different warehouse door solutions. They can be selected and designed to suit all opening requirements. This flexibility ensures that our clients get the best option for their selected Rubb storage warehouse type, depending on their operational needs.
Rapid construction, installation and relocation
Rubb storage buildings can be quickly erected, dismantled and relocated due to module pre-fabrication. Rubb can provide site supervisors or fully dedicated construction teams to complete any custom project.
Flexible and cost-efficient foundation systems
Rubb warehouses can accommodate many foundation options, such as concrete up-stand, ballast weights, and ground anchors into an existing surface. Rubb co-ordination with the groundwork contractor is said to be key for the client to reach the most cost-effective solution.
Reduced time on-site
The company’s supply chain streamlines coordination of delivery and installation. Pre-fabricated elements and the ability to construct warehouses in a variety of weather conditions speeds up the construction process.
Custom storage warehouse solutions can reportedly accommodate all types of door, ventilation and other systems and safely support high loads imposed by overhead cranes, ceiling-mounted HVAC and fire-suppression systems, fall-protection equipment and other superimposed loads.
Comprehensive long-term service
Rubb says its personnel are on-hand to provide help and support, from initial contact to quotation, installation and beyond. Rubb’s commitment to customer service is said to continue after project completion and forms the basis for long-term customer satisfaction