Key features of T System
T system is designed and engineered to provide rural area accommodation solutions for Resource and Energy Industry. It is able to supply a comprehensive range of temporary and permanent building solutions, from single storey to two storey, in layouts of Mining Camp, Workforce Accommodation and Oil Gas Camp.
Supported of a hot rolled subframe, the T System is manufactured from high tensile light gauge galvanised steel framing. Using our four CNC wall framing machines, the T System can be constructed quickly and precisely. The framing is engineered to stand up to the world's harshest environment.
Cradled for shipment
Each module can be transported anywhere in the world using our patented U frame. These frames cradle the modules to protect them from transportation damage and allow the module to be stacked aboard shipping vessels. Designed to be reused, the U frames can be packed into standard shipping containers from the destination and returned to our factories for reuse.
Our modules are completed in the factory and commissioned so that they can be simply connected on site. Services are tested to the required standards and supplied with certificates to the requirements of our clients.
More than a single unit
Whilst being a standalone unit, the T System can be complexed together to form clusters of units. CIMC MBS can provide supporting walkways, verandahs, staircases, lifts and storage units. Components are catalogued for ease of assembly and supplied with supporting manuals.
Whatever you require
The T System was first developed for the mining and resource industry to service their accommodation requirements in remote locations. It can now be utilised for many different applications. Available in three storeys, the modules can be tailored for domestic, resource, and semi permanent situations.
Fire protection and acoustc performance
As with our V System the T System has been tested to provide excellent acoustic performance. With both systems, modules exceed local requirements and are individually separated horizontally and vertically. Each country has its own specific fire performance requirements. Rooms can be designed to achieve over two hour fire protection.