The RSK severe storm shelter
The roof frame of an RSK shelter can easily be swung down to the ground to dramatically lower the wind profile of the shelter within 5 minutes.
Once lowered the edges of the tarpaulin and frame can then be anchored to the ground with heavy bamboo stakes and ropes or buried in a trough to create a survival capsule.
The aim is to prevent the wholesale collapse that occurs with traditional makeshift shelters in severe storms. It will also get the family down and close to the ground at a time when airborne debris, especially CGI sheeting, is most dangerous.