Thermal Design for Fabric Buildings
In structures that require special temperature control, one or more vinyl coated, polyester layers are constructed into the outer membrane, creating a dead-air space of approximately 6-12”. This results in a minimum cost of heating and/or air conditioning the structure and provides for installing fiberglass or high tech “Mylar” N.A.S.A. type materials. The Thermal liner is also used as an acoustical barrier. At no point does the inner and outer fabric meet to cause a condensation problem or interruption in the dead, insulated air space.