Environmental Protection and Nuclear Site Structures
More and more environmental engineers are turning to Rubb for resourceful answers to prevent dust, gas and other forms of pollution from escaping into the environment.
Rubb buildings and covers can also assist in processes such as nuclear decontamination work, fuel protection and waste treatment by excluding light and providing stability to treatment procedures. They can be sealed to provide a ‘negative’ pressure environment, allowing contaminated air to be removed and processed.
Low Maintenance / Low Costs
Our high-quality tough membrane materials and post-production galvanized welded frames deliver durability over time, making the cost of maintaining Rubb nuclear decommisioning buildings and remediation covers more economical compared to conventional structures.
Multiple Door Options
Rubb offers a range of door solutions to benefit nuclear decontamination operations. They can be selected and designed to suit all opening requirements. This flexibility ensures that our clients get the best option for their selected Rubb nuclear decommissioning or remediation support building type.
Rapid Construction, Installation and Relocation
Rubb nuclear site facilities can be designed, manufactured and constructed for remote locations in extreme weather conditions. Rubb can provide site supervisors or fully dedicated construction teams to complete any custom project.
Nuclear decontamination work, fuel protection and waste buildings can accommodate all types of door, ventilation and safely support high loads imposed by overhead cranes to support all operations.
Flexible and Cost-Efficient Foundation Systems
Rubb nuclear site storage and decontamination warehouses can accommodate many foundation options such as concrete up-stand, ballast weights, and ground anchors into an existing surface. Rubb co-ordination with the groundwork contractor is key for the client to reach the most cost effective solution.
Reduced Time On-Site
Our established supply chain streamlines co-ordination of delivery and installation. Pre-fabricated elements and the ability to construct our structures in a variety of weather conditions speeds up the construction process.
Energy-Efficient Roof Membranes
Translucent membranes allow natural daylight to illuminate the nuclear site support work space while the white roof surface reflects heat. Optional Thermohall® insulation minimises heat transfer, prevents condensation and virtually eliminates thermal bridging and air infiltration.
Comprehensive Long-Term Service
Rubb personnel are on hand to provide help and support, from initial contact to quotation, installation and beyond. Rubb’s commitment to customer service continues after project completion and forms the basis for long-term customer satisfaction.
Explore Rubb’s patented Thermohall® insulated cladding system, which delivers many cost effective and eco-friendly benefits. Thermohall® fabric can be used to clad nuclear site buildings and shelters. Insulation can be supplied in thicknesses from 50mm to 200mm providing the best cost saving thermal solution.
|Thickness||U Value (SI) W/m2K||R Value (US) ft-F-hr/BTU|
|50mm (2in)||0.67 W/m2K||R11|
|100mm (4in)||0.36 W/m2K||R19|
|150mm (6in)||0.25 W/m2K||R27|
|200mm (8in)||0.19 W/m2K||R35|
Flame retardant heavy duty fabric
High density glass wool insulation
Self-cleaning PVC fabric
Nuclear Site Projects
With more than 40 years' experience of designing, manufacturing and constructing custom designed nuclear site buildings and shelters, we have built up relationships with international customers around the world.
Nuclear Site Structure Types
Rubb can provide custom designed building types in a variety of configurations and sizes to suit your nuclear site decontamination and remediation operations.