TALU halls

TALU halls

TALU tent halls are designed for year-round use and for multiple assembly and disassembly. They are perfect wherever large areas are required to be covered with a roof. The supporting structure of the hall consists of modularly spaced aluminum frames made of closed, rectangular profiles. Each module has a system that allows for two-way tension of the sheathing, which significantly increases the strength parameters of the hall and the comfort of use. Aluminum profiles are connected in nodes with steel fasteners protected against corrosion by hot-dip galvanizing.


Roof and hall triangles are made of polyester fabric, coated with PVC, protected against UV rays and mould. The sheathing is classified in terms of flammability as non-flammable, with parameters confirmed by a certificate, impermeable to water, meeting the strength requirements for materials used for tent halls sheathing. Both the structure and the sheathing of the halls are adapted to the installation of additional equipment such as hard walls, insulated walls, doors, entrance gates, lighting, heating, and air conditioning.

Benefits of the proposed solution

The use of the roof sheathing with the aforementioned membrane allows for the full use of the properties and advantages of the two-way tension of the hall coating (usually the roofing in tent halls is stretched in one direction), implemented by innovative design solutions of our halls. The two-way tension of the coating of the hall increases the usability of the hall by the constant tension of the coating, elimination of folds, elimination of the flutter effect of the sheathing, significant extension of the technical durability of the cover. The tension of the coatings and the angle of the roof slope protect the hall against snow overload. The use of the second layer of sheathing instead of a pumped roof allows the tarpaulins to be kept at a constant distance from each other, which ensures better and equal insulation over the entire roof surface, including insulation of thermal bridges created by the structure. In addition, this solution causes that there is no need in the equipment and installation for pumping the roof, in the event of a failure, e.g. a power cut or roof perforation, there is no risk of tarpaulin sagging and the formation of the so-called water troughs or snow piles, which can overload the structure. At the same time, the roof sheathing creates a homogeneous surface with a tarpaulin strongly stretched in two directions, with an elongation of less than 1% (elongation under load).

The tent halls produced by us meet the safety requirements that must be followed in design, calculations, production, and installation according to EN 13782. The construction is made in the EXC2 class according to EN 1090-2 and EN 1090-3 which is confirmed by the CE certificate.