Super Quick Tents SEZ-M

Super Quick shelters are easy and fast to install by using an interlocking tubular steel frame - no special tools needed for installation. Our Super Quick Shelters are ideal for all military operations.

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The HTS TENTIQ SEZ Super Quick shelters use an interlocking tubular steel frame requiring no mechanical equipment or special tools to install.

Suitable for accommodation, dining tents or small warehouses for equipment. They are adaptable to country specific requirements and weather conditions.

In order to meet almost all geographical requirements, our Super Quick shelters are designed to achieve a wind load of 80 km/h and a snow load of 25 kg/m² or 50 kg/m². Standard sizes are available in widths up to 10.00m and a maximum height of 4.77m but we also specialise in customised larger sizes and bespoke designs.

Standard Super Quick Shelters take 3 people around 15 minutes to set up. The transport volume is comparatively low compared to conventional products, weighing approximately 380 kg with an area of approx. 55 m².


HTS TENTIQ disclaims any and all liability for any errors, inaccuracies or incompleteness contained in any datasheet on this website. All products, product specifications and data are subject to change without notice to improve reliability, function or design or otherwise.

Main Components

The connecting parts of the frame are manufactured from a combination of high grade anodised aluminium and corrosive resistant galvanised steel for the connecting parts and are produced by HTS TENTIQ in Germany.


Covers are supplied using the latest in low wick, anti-fungicide high gloss white, flame retardant translucent or opaque PVC in accordance to international standards including DIN 4102 B1, BS 5438 / 7837.


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