Having a Personal Underground Shelter

Friday, January 15, 2010 , Posted by Zeeda Andrews at 1:10 PM

These heavy duty and steel reinforced containers are air and water tight.  If your particular situation warrants a more customized design or any additional equipment, we can assist you with this. The best location to install your underground shelter is in a sloped or gradual incline of a hill so one can be high, dry and achieve natural air flow. Avoid putting your shelter below the water line or in an area that may flood. If you live near the coast line of any body of water you will need to move your shelter inland to a safer area. Shelters can arrive fully stocked with food, water, supplies and most anything else one would want inside.
Steel shelters make a natural ‘Faraday’ cage and will protect all electrical equipment inside the shelter IF there are no antennas or other electrical wires entering the structure.  Every incoming wire potentially offers entrance of the electro magnetic pulse (EMP).
The Basic Underground Shelter is an internal and external reinforced rectangular shaped, 8 ft diameter by 40 ft long. It can include: Lockable Air valves,  a vertical entrance with ladder, emergency exit, emergency hatch opening  with a 20 ton jack system, storage shelves, painted inside and out, metal protective anodes ( to prevent rust ) and a wood floor down the middle approx. 6 inches high. Included, is one low volume Flush Toilet, Shower, Double Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink, Food preparation area, 4 bunks plus hangers to hook up additional hammocks, etc., and lots of storage. Lifting hooks are provided for easy installation.

These Container Underground Shelters are designed for a long term family survival and will handle up to a family of 4 to 5 people. Several units can be clustered together for additional comfort and storage. Optional Utility Modules are available, that can include, but not limited to, a generator, fuel storage, water storage, washer and dryer, additional storage, water heaters, batteries, inventors, etc. Concrete reinforcing is a suggested option to make your unit a more hardened structure.
NOTE: If anyone is interested, 2012 SHELTERED TECHNOLOGIES is a Survival group looking for a you to join the community that can contribute to and work together on this life saving project. The structural Engineer with the group has modified shipping containers for underground shelter that is an awesome and affordable solution. Click Here or here 2012 SHELTERED TECHNOLOGIES you can also purchase MRE's from them. If your interested in the seed bank just click on the banner on site. Thank you and God Bless! please feel free to post a comment.

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