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TECHNICAL CABINS
TELECOM/SUBSURFACE TECHNICAL CABINS
TECHNICAL CABINS
Subsurface technical cabins are a favorable solution in developed areas where high
aesthetic requirements and noise restrictions apply. Subsurface technical cabins
were developed for the telecom industry with the capacity for one provider. Several
cabins can be situated at the same mobile site.
Priess A/S insulated technical cabins are based on the same concept as our
secondary substations. The cabins are built of profiled aluzinc sheets in modular
increments of 200 mm, which means that customized solutions are readily
accessible.
ADVANTAGES OF SUBSURFACE
TECHNICAL CABINS
ADVANTAGES OF OUR TECHNICAL CABINS
+ Highly aesthetic
+ Reduces noise pollution
+ Individual placement of doors with a width of 600 to 2800 mm.
+ Reduces cooling need by more than 50% – without moisture problems!
+ Interior mounting of technical installations to provide architecturally sophisticated
cabins with a minimal risk of vandalism
+ Can be covered by pavement blocks, soil/grass or similar, except for
the ventilation grate and service hatch
+ The inside division into rooms is adapted to individual customer
needs taking due account of the technical installations
Subsurface technical cabins come in two models, depending on load requirements. At
parking lots and similar, we recommend 12.5 T. We also have a 1.5 T model
if the load is limited to pedestrians and bicyclists.
+ Finally, it is possible to furnish the technical cabins with separate
rooms for storing emergency power systems and cooling systems
Finally, it is possible choose a wide range of extra accessories, including a technology
package, Roxtec sealing solution, a fold-down seat, active cooling, ventilation
damper, etc.
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+ Fully assembled with the installation of lighting, ventilation, electricity
and more, and fully functional when handed over on site
The exterior doors can be placed in such a manner that both installation and maintenance can be carried out in the most optimal way.
Lift with a crane can be necessary for larger technical cabins, therefore the roof can
always be removed. The entire technical cabin is being delivered on a prefabricated
concrete slab prepared with the openings required for conduits.
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