Following two modular roof sections, side wall section is being removed from 11′ x 14′ custom knockdown building which was shipped bolted together.
Two roof and spanner wall sections are inside as front wall section is being maneuvered through 7′ x 7′ opening into user’s main facility for building reassembly.
Two sump floor sections (elevated floor grate removed) have open 4″ corner tubes (arrow) to receive wall sections’ 3″ sliding tubes.
Floor sections are bolted together utilizing patented under the-sump floor 1″ diameter rods within 4″ square tubes. Extra threaded rod is cut off.
Set in place back wall section is held up by gravity and sliding 3″ tube within a 4″ floor tube eliminating need for temporary bracing.
Front wall section is about to be placed onto edge of the sump floor section, The trick is to get the 3″ sliding wall tube lined up with floor corner tubes.
Left: Sliding 3″ square tube is to drop from wall into 4 square corner tube of floor section. Right: Clip from top corner of spanner wall (on left), by gravity, nests into cutout of corner tube of wall on right. Rods bolt building together.
Joined walls on floor sections are about to be capped with roof assembly. User’s existing 9′ high ceiling obstruction make it difficult, but not impossible, to place roof sections under.
First roof section is being positioned in place. Joints between porcelain enameled steel interior surfaces shall be filled with fire rated caulk and covered with custom molded extruded aluminum trim detail.
843 N. Cleveland Massillon Road
Suite UP 11C
Akron, OH 44333
Other Patents Pending