Public hangar

Dolphinarium

Pre-fabricated pneumatic hangar for circus performances

Customer
Dolphinarium
Climate
Moves all over Russia
Purpose
Mobile dolphinarium
Terrain
Solid soil
Space
1100 м²
Date of manufacture
September 2008
Number of hangars
1
Deployment time
72 hours

Solution

Long gone are the days when dolphins could only be seen at sea. Nowadays, mobile dolphinariums appear all over the country, which make it possible for visitors to see these amazing mammals in their city.

A network of Moscow mobile dolphinariums has already been launched in major cities of Russia.

Today, the mobile dolphinarium in Moscow is the largest in Europe. It is an aqua-centre with a huge swimming pool of 600 tons. Dolphinarium performances are held in a pneumatic frame structure, inflatable tent dome. It can easily host up to 550 visitors and a huge working pool. The equipment of pneumatic construction is designed to work in any climatic conditions. The mobile dolphinarium is created with observance of all technical and fire-prevention norms and was projected within three and a half months.

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About the customer

Every year, mobile dolphinariums are only gaining popularity thanks to their mobility and ease of construction. Erection of a stationary dolphinarium is very expensive and will take a lot of time for construction works. Mobile dolphinariums are already functioning in more than 20 large cities across Russia – in Nizhny Novgorod, Voronezh, Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Tyumen and Izhevsk. Dolphinarium has become a common phenomenon for residents of Yekaterinburg. The large area of the construction allows for performances with traditional tricks and numbers.

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Reinforced PVC to withstand extreme heat, cold or snow
Quick deployment without a building permit
Lightweight and compact for fast delivery
Simple and easy to move structure with quick installation
The UPS provides operation of the facility in case of shutdown of the regular network
Monitoring system informs about power outage, wind amplification, etc.