Roof Option: standard roof | membrane roof
Wind Resistance: 88km per hour, 0.6kN per sqm
Snow-load: 35kg per sqm
Framework: Hard pressed extruded aluminium 6061/T6 which can last for more than 20 years. (hardness: 15-17 HW) or laminated woody frame.
Roof & wall cloth material: Integrated canvas cloth wall and roof
Lifespan: 10~15 years.
What Is a Mongolian Yurt
Mongolian yurts is a type of house inhabited by Mongolian pastoralists, suitable for pastoralism and nomadic life.
The interior of Mongolian Yurt is spacious and comfortable. it is made of a special wooden frame “hana” (yurt support), with two to three layers of sheepskin wrapped, and use mane or camel hair to twist as rope to tie together. The yurt is not only easy to set up, but easy to disassemble and move, suitable for nomadic living.
Mongolian yurt is a kind of unique scenery on prairie, with irreplaceable ornamental value, practical value, artistic value and economic value. Nowadays, there has been a gradual rise in the development of the Mongolian mass pack in the major non-herder areas.