The Jumbotrac® Frame Tent is an engineered kedered frame tent system that provides exceptional performance in both short-term and seasonal applications. The design features fabric top and walls that slide through channels in the extruded aluminum frame, allowing for easier installations and significant reduction in wear to the fabric during installations. Both the roof and wall fabric slide into channels within the aluminum frame system. Hip, Gable, and Hex end configurations are available to customize the system for the perfect fit to any site. Our proprietary valance tensioning system and mid-span tensioning system keep the fabric uniformly tensioned and free of wrinkles without added complexity.
Durable Aluminum Extrusions:
Built for repetitive rental application use and seasonal applications
Push-Button Fitting Connections:
All fittings connect to pipe with push buttons. Saves time on each install
Sidewalls open and close like a shower curtain. Choose lace or zipper closure
Double Valance Option:
Makes connecting gutters or traditional hook sidewall a breeze
Hip End Design:
Classic tent shape with a roof that slopes in four directions
Gable End Design:
The roof slopes in two directions and the ends are vertical
Hex End Design:
Create a frame that feels like it has rounded ends. Perfect for sites that might have unavoidable obstacles in the corner
Band Shell Design:
Perfect for stage covers and entrances. Available only in 20', 30', and 40' spans with reduced wind engineering
Offered only with gable end configurations, the Jumbotrac Tilt-Up installs more like a clearspan structure where the beams are assembled on the ground, baseplates anchored, then the beams are tilted up into position. The baseplates and eave fittings of the Tilt-Up are different from the Jack-Up design and all eave pipe have been converted to purlins with end brackets.
Standard Jack-Up Design:
Requires the use of tent jacks to raise the frame one side at a time. This follows the more traditional installation method by conventional frame tents where the tent is jacked into the air and the legs are installed to the pre-built upper frame. Tops can be installed on the ground or in the air.