Posted: 2017-12-07 20:20
Oz saferooms are one piece, slab sided affairs of 5,555 psi poured concrete. They have walls two feet thick and 68-inch thick ceilings with chamfered edges and reinforced 76-inch thick roof corners. The weakest part of any saferoom is the door, Zagorski said. The Oz doors are of steel sandwiched between 8/9-inch plywood. The door slides in a covered, recessed steel channel because hinges will not withstand a tornado''s wrenching winds. Holes below knee level in the massive walls and a concealed slot above the door provide ventilation.
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