For this project we were asked to construct a drying floor inside an existing production shed which would be used to dry native tasmanian pepper. The drying floor is at about 2 meters above the slab in the shed and was constructed using c-section steel overlayed by steel mesh which was fixed with screws. The walls were built using 90 x 35 pine studs, then cladded with cement sheets. Doors were installed for easy access to the room underneath the suspended floor and a wall and gate installed at the suspended floor level so that the native pepper can be loaded in and out.
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