Seven Person WorkbenchTornadoSafeRoom
A shelter for three or four adults and three or four children.
Tested and certified
to 450 MPH
Tornado Safe Room is much easier to access than an underground storm cellar.
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concrete slab in garage or carport
TornadoSafeRoom™ is one of the highest tested and certified Tornado Safe
Rooms in the United States, tested and certified by Certified Testing Laboratories
of Orlando, Florida, a Miami-Dade County approved testing laboratory , and has
been tested to meet and surpass the FEMA Storm Shelter Testing Requirements.
been tested to withstand wind loads of 450 mph and to withstand the 100 mph projectile
test. This unit also passed gun shot tests using 38 special, 380, 9 mm and 45 automatic
military weapons from a distance of 15' without any penetration.
TornadoSafeRoom™ can be installed in your garage, outside your location or fitted to an interior closet, or small storage room.
TornadoSafeRoom™ above ground units are capable of providing near absolute protection due to concerns related to tornados and hurricanes.
The Seven Person Tornado SafeRoom™ walls and door are manufactured from 10 gauge, galvanized steel panels, reinforced with 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 1/4" angle iron. The top is manufactured from 1/4" steel plate.
The top is manufactured from 1/4" steel plate making this room much more crush resistant from falling objects. The
door, when closed, is secured by three of our patented "Saf-T" latches.
The "Seven-Person" workbench Tornado SafeRoom™ is 120" long x 30" deep x 36" high. It has room for three adults and 3 children and room for your lovable pet on the floor.
This room is manufactured with a low profile which, because of its' low height, catches less wind load, makes it much stronger and safer than taller rooms.
It is anchored in place by 27 special concrete anchor bolts each having more than 7252 pounds of
tension strength. What this means to you is that this room is held in place by more than 195,804 lbs of holding power. (That is equal to more than 95 tons holding this room in place).