Pole & Tension Tents Quiz by Jim Erickson | 1 comment Welcome to your Pole & Tension Tents Quiz First Name Last Name State Email Address The poles beneath the fabric roof support the shape and created the design of the structure. The fabric is tensioned over the poles and attached to ropes defining the classification pole and tensions tents. False TrueThe manufacture's staking diagram explains where and how many stakes are required for the specific size of the pole and tension tent. However, there are additional option to anchor this type of tent and that is with concrete blocks. True FalseTension tents have the same characteristics as pole tents with the addition of load-rated connections at the points where the membrane fabric connects to the poles and a reinforced perimeter webbing system to evenly distribute the loads down to the anchor points. Tension tents also commonly have - select the correct answer(s). Limited width and length Typically engineered Tension tents have more substantial components than the typical pole tent. Tension tents typically come in the color white where as pole tents have vertical stripesManufactures installation guidelines should provide the AHJ with these guidelines. Staking diagrams Standard procedures for installation for squaring, jump ropes, and lacing Engineering documentation for tension tents All of the abovePole and Tension Tents range between 10 feet up to 120 feet wide? True FalsePlease fill in the comment box below. 1 Comment Curt Edelmann on June 29, 2018 at 1:52 pm Good chapter. Learned a lot. Log in to Reply Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.