The Damage Resistant Prefabricated Wall is a system and method of wall construction designed to reduce the damaging effects of high winds, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, and fires.
Inventor Fotios Frank Papadopoulos of White Rock, BC has created a system and method of wall construction designed to reduce the damaging effects of high winds, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, and fires.
It is not uncommon to see images of objects such as tree branches, slender pieces of wood, and the like, driven through house walls, and even concrete curbs. Such fragile items literally become missiles which can destroy buildings and kill people. Very few common building methods other than a reinforced bomb shelter can resist such damage. These same concerns about building safety exist when dealing with fire as well. Inventor Papadopoulos has created a means by which homes and other common buildings can be constructed in a cost effective manner, but still provide a high level of protection against damaging forces.
This clever new invention protects buildings and saves lives. It does not burn or support fire. It prevents the penetration of storm driven objects. It uses steel tubing as its main structural element. Modules are simply interconnected to produce the size of wall needed. The use of the Damage Resistant Prefabricated Wall provides the ultimate protection against high powered winds, and keeps buildings and their occupants safe against the ravages of severe storms.