FAQ: Frequently asked questions BubbleTree Event

How does the Bubble stay up?

The Bubble is inflated by a silent turbine that blows in the air. The turbine is necessary to let the Bubble keep its form. It filters and constantly renews the air inside the Bubble, preventing condensation and bacteria.

Also, to keep the Bubble’s form, it is necessary that one of the doors of the airlock entrance module be closed. The doors should be opened and then closed one after another to let people come in.

What is the power consumption of the turbine?

The low power consumption turbine needs 55 to 97W. The energy autonomy can be achieved with the use of ecological solutions we can propose and customize for your project. Please consult BubbleTree to get more information.

Is the turbine noisy?

The turbines are very silent (32 à 36dB) and can be placed at a distance or integrated. The Bubbles have successfully been used as a sound stage.

What are the weather conditions to use the Bubbles?

The Bubbles can be used from 5°C to 40°C. For other weather conditions we have developed specific solutions to adapt our products to hot and cold climates. Please consult BubbleTree to get more information. Moreover, our products have been conceived to allow heating and air conditioning, and we propose various technical solutions depending on your site and environment, including ecological solutions.

How is the temperature regulated inside the Bubble?

Different solutions are used for heating and air conditioning: blowers or professional heating system, air conditioning system or sunshields. BubbleTree elaborates on the solution matching the requirements of your site.

How is the air inside protected from humidity?

Water evacuation system is used, and the ventilation system ensures evacuation of the condensed steam under normal conditions of use. For the special conditions (high condensation because of large temperature fluctuations or countries with limited water supply) we propose customized solutions.

What is the structure’s resistance to the wind?

The Bubbles can accommodate people in the wind up to 70 Km/h.

For the winds under 20 Km/h, the Bubble is attached to the ground by Velcro flaps.

For the winds of 20-70 Km/h, the Bubble is ballasted to the ground.

For the winds exceeding 20 Km/h, the floor should be fixed to the ground by using the following elements:

  • Stakes
  • Ballast
  • Pegging over a cable threaded through slots in the tabs around the rim of the Bubble at the ground level.

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