The Clipper Range

Wall Construction

Walls are built with 75mm x 50mm (3” x 2”) timber framing, spaced at 600mm (2’) centres.

Wall Cladding

Quality Shiplap boarding 16mm x 150mm (⅝” x 6″), pressure treated to ensure a long maintenance-free life. Weatherboard is available as an option. All boarding is fixed with rust-resisting nails.

Roof Construction

Purlins are 100mm x 50mm (4” x 2”) spaced at a maximum of 600mm (2’) centres, held in place by joist holders on prefabricated trusses, then covered with black Onduline roof sheeting.  A clear Onduline roof sheet is fitted into the roof above each Mobile Stable and are optional in Mobile Field Shelters. Optional roof finishes include coloured Onduline, felt, Onduvilla tiles or felt tiles.

Openings

Mobile Field Shelter openings are 2.1m (7’) wide and are not fitted with anti-chew strips, or slip rails, as standard.

Timber Mobile Skids

Timber skids are constructed using pressure treated 150mm x 75mm (6” x 3”) in conjunction with 50mm x 50mm x 4mm metal steels. Towing points are located at both ends and a heavy-duty chain is supplied.

Metal Mobile Skids

Metal skids are constructed using 80mm x 40mm (3” x 1½”) galvanised steel.  Towing points are located at both ends and a heavy-duty chain is supplied.

Kickboards

Mobile Field Shelters and Mobile Stables are lined to 1219mm (4’) high with 15mm OS Board. As an optional extra, they can be lined to eaves, if required.

Stable Doors (Mobile Stables only)

Stable doors are 2085mm x 1219mm x 50mm thick, (6’ 10” x 4’ x 2”).  Bottom doors are lined with 18mm (¾”) heavy-duty OS kickboard. Top doors are ledged and braced. Anti-chew strips are fitted to the top of the lower door extending 380mm (15”) down the front. All door fittings are heavy-duty and galvanised, to include 450mm (18”) adjustable hook and band hinges fitted to the lower door and 350mm (14”) fitted to the top door, 200mm (8”) pad bolts, heavy-duty kickbolts and cabin hooks.

Tack Room doors

Tack Room doors are 762mm (30”) wide, framed, ledged and braced, faced with Shiplap and fitted with a 200mm (8”) pad bolt and a cabin hook.

Windows (Mobile Stables only)

A fully opening 460mm x 660mm (18″ x 26″) clear perspex window, lined on the inside with a safety mesh to each stable.

Canopy

Front canopy extends forward to 1219mm (4’) and can be underlined as an optional extra.

Guttering

Half-round, black guttering and downpipe are fitted to the front of all units.  Rear guttering is available on request.

Height

To eaves measures 2235mm (7’ 4”) and to ridge 2968mm (9’ 8”), including skids but not including roof covering.

Barge Boards

All in pressure treated, prepared timber, fixed with rust-resisting nails.

Timber Treatment

All timber is pressure treated (not including roof purlins) adding to the longevity of your buildings.


The Chart Range

Wall Construction

Walls are built with 100mm x 50mm (4” x 2”) pressure treated timber framing, spaced at 600mm (2’) centres.

Wall Cladding

Selected high-quality Shiplap boarding 16mm x 150mm (⅝” x 6″), pressure treated to ensure a long maintenance-free life.

Weatherboard is available as an option. All boarding is fixed with rust-resisting nails.

Roof Construction

Purlins are 125mm x 50mm (5” x 2”) spaced at a maximum of 600mm (2’) centres, held in place by joist holders on prefabricated trusses.  Mobile Stable roofs are boarded with 11mm OS Board finishing before the centre of the roof to allow for good airflow and ventilation, then covered with black Onduline roof sheeting. Mobile Field Shelter roofs are unboarded.  Optional roof finishes include coloured Onduline, Onduvilla tiles or felt tiles. A clear roof sheet is fitted to each Mobile Stable as standard.

Openings

Mobile Field Shelter openings are 2.1m (7’) wide and are fitted with anti-chew strips, 100mm x 50mm (4” x 2”) slip rail and brackets.

Timber Mobile Skids

Timber skids are constructed using pressure treated 150mm x 75mm (6” x 3”), in conjunction with 50mm x 50mm x 4mm metal steels. Towing points are located at both ends and a heavy-duty chain is supplied.

Metal Mobile Skids

Metal skids are constructed using 100mm x 100mm x 5mm (4” x 4”) galvanised steel. Towing points are located at both ends and a heavy-duty chain is supplied.

Kickboards

Mobile Field Shelters and Mobile Stables are lined to 1219mm (4’) high with 18mm (¾”) OS Board and can be fully lined to eaves if required. Alternative types of kickboard are available.

Stable Doors (Mobile Stables only)

Stable doors are 2085mm high, 1219mm wide, 70mm thick, (6’ 10” high, 4’ wide, 2¾” thick). Bottom doors are lined with 18mm (¾”) heavy-duty, OS kickboard. Top doors are ledged and braced. Anti-chew strips are fitted to the top door surround and to the top of the lower door extending 380mm (15”) down the front.  All door fittings are heavy-duty and galvanised, to include 450mm (18”) adjustable hook and band hinges to the top stable doors and 600mm (24”) to the bottom stable doors, 200mm (8”) pad bolts, heavy-duty kickbolts and cabin hooks are fitted to the top and bottom stable doors.

Tack Room doors

Tack Room doors are 838mm (33”) wide, Shiplap clad, framed, ledged and braced and fitted with a 200mm (8”) pad bolt and cabin hook.

Windows (Mobile Stables only)

A 533mm x 915mm (21” x 36”) two-bladed louvred window, with a fixed clear perspex lower section, is fitted to each Stable and is fully adjustable from the outside.  Heavy-duty galvanised metal bars are fitted to the rear.

Talk Grilles (Mobile Stables only)

One 1162mm x 864mm (46″ x 34″) galvanised talk grille is fitted between stables, as standard.

Canopy

Front canopy extends forward to 1219mm (4’).

Guttering

Half-round, black guttering and downpipe are fitted to the front of all units. Rear guttering is available.

Height

To eaves measures 2235mm (7’ 4”) and to ridge 3095mm (10’ 2”), including skids but not including
roof covering.

Barge Boards

All in pressure treated, prepared timber, fixed with rust-resisting nails.

Timber Treatment

All timber is pressure treated (not including roof purlins) adding to the longevity of your buildings.