The Industry Leader of Blast-Resistant Module Rentals
When it comes to protecting personnel and equipment, HUNTER is the #1 name in safety for blast resistant modules in industrial areas, conflict zones and for disaster preparedness.
- Engineered to intense safety and blast specifications
- Large inventory of single modules and multi-unit complexes
- Easy Roll-Off Delivery. No crane required for most units!
Blast-Resistant Modular Building Models:
Our 20' and 40’ blast resistant modules are available in a variety of layouts.
Combine multiple blast resistant modules to create virtually endless combinations.
Specialty blast resistant modules protect personnel and equipment.
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More about Blast-Resistant Modules
Are blast-resistant modules and blast-proof modules the same?
Blast-resistant is the term used industry-wide. Modular buildings can be engineered to withstand a great deal of pressure and force from an event, but explosions are powerful events. If the term blast-proof it used, it implies there will be no damage, which is nearly impossible.
What are blast-resistant modules?
Blast resistant modular buildings are buildings constructed using special materials to withstand the effects of an explosion. These materials deflects, absorb, or disperse the energy from explosions caused by high-energy events. The goal of a blast resistant module is to minimize damage and protect occupants. Modular blast-resistant buildings are often used when there is a high risk for explosions or fires are a significant hazard such as:
What is a BRM Building?
- Industrial Areas
- Conflict Zones
- Chemical and Oil Refineries
A blast-resistant modular building (BRM) is the same as a blast-resistant building (BRB). BRB and BRM are interchangeable when it comes to describing blast-resistant structures. BRM rentals are pre-configured buildings, ranging from single modules to multi-unit complexes. A BRM blast resistant module protects personnel and equipment from fire, explosions, blasts and other dangers.
How are blast-resistant modular buildings rated?
Blast-resistant modules are rated by response level. Response levels are defined by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) as Low, Medium, and High based on the predicted amount of repair that a structure would need after an explosion.
- A Low Response blast-resistant module means the building may have little damage after an event and can still be used. Minor repairs from damage may be needed but the building can be used in the meantime.
- A Medium Response blast-resistant module will require significant repairs after a blast due to widespread building damage. The building should not be used until the repairs are made.
- A High Response blast-resistant module loses structural integrity after a blast. It is highly likely you'd need to replace the building all together. Hunter Onsite does not rent High Response modules.
What is the PSI rating and response level of a blast-resistant modular building?
PSI is the amount of pressure in pounds per square inch (psi) that the building can withstand is given a number rating. The higher the rating, the more resistant the modular building is to blasts. All Hunter Onsite blast resistant modular buildings are API PR 752/753/756 compliant and feature a blast rating of 8 - 10 PSI, with a medium to low response level.
How much are blast-resistant modules?
Your blast resistant module price depends on several factors including module type, delivery location and length of rental. To get the blast resistant modules price, visit one of these pages and request a price quote: Blast-Resistant Single Modular Buildings, Blast-Resistant Module Multi-Unit Complex, or Blast-Resistant Modules Specialty Units.
Are cranes required for delivery of the blast-resistant module?
With easy roll-off delivery, no crane is required to set up most single blast-resistant modular buildings at your location. We make blast resistant module rental easy!
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