Introduction to the structure of outdoor camping tents

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Introduction to the structure of outdoor camping tents

Pillar: Also called a pillar, it stands vertically on the ground. There are various types of straight one or two or three connected ones. The bends of some tubular pillars need to be connected by iron wires. The general material is glass fiber reinforced plastic, and the general one is 7 sections.

Frame: used in bullet-shaped tents or cabin-shaped tents, combined with short bar-shaped materials to form pillars or beams.

Building: The top part of the tent.

Roof: The part that forms the sloping surface of the tent.

Wall: The part of the wall on the side of the tent. Some tents do not.

Rain shelter: open a part of the roof to the front and support it with other pillars.

Door: It is the entrance and exit of the tent. A window can be provided on the other side.

Floor mat: It is a mat laid on the ground in a tent. If it is a place with heavy humidity, another layer of bamboo mat is needed.

Flying mat: On the tent roof, another mat is laid to avoid strong sunlight. The second roof

Main rope: also known as column rope. It is separated from the two ends of the pillar to prevent the pillar from tilting and fix it with nails.

Angle rope: extended from the four corners of the tent curtain and fixed with nails.

Waist rope: extended from the bottom edge of the roof of the tent curtain and fixed with nails.

Nail: also called ground nail, used to insert the ground to fix the rope and the bottom edge of the tent curtain. Made of metal and synthetic resin.

Bag: a cloth bag that is packed with curtains, pillars, nails, and wooden hammers