This article is a summary of a YouTube video "Installing An Atlas Platinum Plus Bunker Part 1" by Atlas Survival Shelters

The Ultimate Guide to Installing a Bunker

TLDRWatch the exciting process of installing a 25-foot long bunker with a generator room, mud room, decontamination room, and battery room. See the skilled crew use a 190-ton crane to carefully place the bunker and weld it securely. Learn about the strength and durability of the bunker with its 6-foot earth cover and 1-foot concrete walls. Follow along as the stairs are installed and the bunker is sealed with tar for added protection. Don't miss this ultimate guide to installing a bunker!

Key insights

👷Watch the skilled crew use a 190-ton crane to install the bunker.

🔒Learn about the strength and durability of the bunker with its 6-foot earth cover and 1-foot concrete walls.

🛠️Follow along as the crew welds the bunker securely and installs the stairs.

🔋Discover the generator room and battery room inside the bunker.

🚪Witness the installation of the decontamination room and the sealing of the bunker with tar.

Q&A

What are the dimensions of the bunker?

The bunker is 25 feet long and has a depth of 6 feet, with a 1-foot concrete wall and a 6-foot earth cover.

How is the bunker installed?

A skilled crew uses a 190-ton crane to carefully place the bunker and then welds it securely in place.

What rooms are inside the bunker?

The bunker features a generator room, mud room, decontamination room, and battery room.

What is the strength and durability of the bunker?

The bunker is built to withstand extreme conditions with its 6-foot earth cover and 1-foot concrete walls.

How is the bunker sealed?

After installation, the bunker is sealed with tar to provide added protection and durability.

Timestamped Summary

02:40The crew begins the installation process with the bunker's foundation and prepares the site.

10:15Witness the skilled crew using a 190-ton crane to carefully lift and place the bunker in its designated spot.

12:40Learn about the construction and strength of the bunker's walls, which are made of heavy-duty I-beams and welded for maximum durability.

18:20Follow the crew as they install the mud room, generator room, and decontamination room, providing insight into the various features of each space.

23:20Witness the installation of the staircase and the final stages of the bunker's construction.