C3 COMPOSITE STRUCTURE
COMMERCIAL MILITARY PRODUCT
CONSTANT HULL PRESSURE RATING
INTERNAL SHELTER PRESSURE
FOOD STORAGE BEAMS
INTERNAL DIESEL GENERATOR
Radius shelters have internal quiet diesel or propane generators providing power for 6 months to 5 years off the local power grid. Diesel tanks are made of special structural fiberglass located inside the shelter for leak detection and propane tank are external underground tanks. Fungicides and circulating pumps maintain the diesel fuel. All air entering the shelter is filtered including generator cooling and combustion air. Generator exhaust is mixed with cooling air and diffused over a large area at the surface to minimize the thermal signature. The generators is shown here without the EMP shielded enclosure.
Secrecy is essential to prevent from having to defend the shelter from intruders after a disaster and worse intruders may get to the shelter before the members if the location is known. Radius Shelters are temporary emergency structures having no foundation and no connection to local services therefore building permits are not required (Permits are posted for public inspection). Earthcom structures have no concrete foundations or slab so there is no cure time installing a shelter. No local contractors are used for the installation. Under the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution, US citizens are have a right to bear arms and protect themselves from threats but the 1978 War Powers Act, the Patriot Act, and the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act gives local, state, and federal governments the right to commandeer any supplies for the benefit of public good during times of disaster and they have a right to use “limited force” to secure necessary supplies.
HATCH AT GROUND LEVEL
Radius shelters have a hydraulic/manual hatch operation capable of lifting 10,000 pounds of debris off of the hatch. The hatch at ground level is made of Combat CompositeTM for various levels of bullet resistance from Class I to Class IV NIJ standards and designed to resist seven basic intruder assaults.
GROWING FLOWERS AND FOOD
Radius shelters are delivered by the a Radius truck and special trailer which does not require a Bill Of Lading so there is no paper trail to the installation site. All equipment delivered to site is by Radius truck.
Radius shelters have storage volumes for 6 months to 5 years of food and other supplies. Storage for fuel, grain, fish food, for the same amount of time is designed into the shelter.
Radius shelter protection for a completed and installed project including the product, delivery and installation ranges from $17,000 per shelterist to $80,000 per shelterist depending on the model, duration, interior trim level, site access, volume/shelterist, and life style required in the shelter. Customers are responsible for food, clothing, and personal items to make the shelter ready.
SHELTER COOP AGREEMENT
For large shelter systems, Radius works with the customer group to develop a Not For Profit Underground Shelter Co-Op Agreement where ownership or membership of the community shelter is defined. This agreement includes legal ownership and rights and all policies inside the shelter that shelterists agree to operate under before and after a disaster.