ATLAS SURVIVAL SHELTERS produces the most unique and safest galvanized corrugated pipe shelter on the market today with a 200 year life-span so many generations of your family will be able to use your shelter. This type of bunker has a 20 year proven record and is the best NBC fallout shelter for the money!. Let Atlas Survival Shelters build the basic shelter with our patented laser-cut bulkheads with interior blast door and our escape tunnel with our patented escape hatch.
The lower price shown with each shelter is for a basic plain shelter that will have the air filtration system installed, the mud room attached, laser cut interior door, bolt-on escape tunnel with the escape hatch, galvanized bolt-on air pipes, bolt-on entrance pipe, blast hatch, overhead lights with electrical outlets installed, removal center boards, , and painted interior walls.
The following photographs illustrate our standard 39' stock 8-9 man shelter with a painted and finished interior.
The following photographs illustrate our standard 24' 6" stock 5-6 man shelter with a painted and finished interior. The following pictures illustrate our SPORTSMAN MODEL of shelter which was designed especially for deer hunters and people who want an upgraded survival shelter to feel more like their home. We only camaflouge our shelters that are going to dealers and is not required for an underground bunker.
The yellow finish with radiation emblem is only for our dealer's display and public awareness exhibitions. Atlas Survival Shelters are built to US military standards and are a favorite among military personnel.
This photograph shows the secondary interior airtight blast door that's inside your mud room. The mud room is a piece of 7' diameter pipe 10' long that attaches to the main living quarters.
When your shelter gets to this point here your options are to decide whether you want painted walls and whether you would like linoleum floors. We use Swiss-made air filtration systems that will move 88 cubic feet per minute and runs on your batteries or a hand crank if you lose power. When you visit your factory you will see a large assortment of shelters being built at the same time.
New York Daily News Surviving the Mayan apocalypse: The best places to ride out the end of the world Best places to ride out the Mayan apocalypse The end of the world may be right around the corner (Dec. The only bunkers manufactured today that has actually been tested against the effects of a nuclear bomb and has passed, is the round corrugated pipe shelters as shown in the picture to the left taken in 1959 by the U.S. Also all our shelters have our proprietory mud room or decontamination room with shower attached to the main body of the shelter.
Every NBC Shelter should have the capability of shutting down the outside air following a nuclear, biological, or chemical attack. Immediately following a nuclear attack, radioactive particles (alpha, beta, and gamma) in addition to high energy X-rays will propagate out from the blast site.
Shutting off the internal ventilation from the contaminated air outside is the only way to ensure the filtration system does not become concentrated with nuclear particles. With the outside air isolated, it is critical to remove carbon dioxide exhaled by the people inside the shelter as well as provide a source of oxygen.
The solution is an Atlas AirGEN Standalone Scrubbing System in addition to an oxygen supply. Notice: There are over 100,000 round corrugated pipe shelters in America and not one reported catastrophic failure! Give us a call to 1 (855)-4-Bunkers for more information on how to purchase your underground shelter!.
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If you fear a nuclear war (or even just the future), then you probably think of a few backup plans for emergencies to protect yourself and your loved ones.
The personal bunker would be equipped with an air filtration system, blast door, and under floor storage. If you want to dedicate a little more money to your fallout shelter, the company offers a deluxe version equipped with sleeping quarters, kitchen, restroom, storage area and a trademark undetectable escape hatch. The bunkers from Atlas Survival Shelters aren't exactly cheap, but if you're worried about the human race imploding, they will put your mind at ease. A shelter like this might make a nice cabin, assuming you didn’t mind trading the view for the functionality of a shelter. Little Known Fact: Nuclear Fallout from bomb blasts have a half life measured in hours not years. This entry was posted in Shelters and tagged atlas, shelter, survival, tour on March 27, 2013 by Michael.
An example of how people choose to remain ignorant about nuclear attack and accident preparedness.
This entry was posted in Informational and tagged fallout, shelter, washington dc on March 27, 2013 by Michael.
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This is less tiny house living and more of a survival shelter but I still thought you might enjoy learning about it (I thought it was interesting). If you liked this underground survival shelter you’ll love our free daily tiny house newsletter with more! Thank you for doing an underground house but I’d be more interested if they were set into the side of a hill with some natural light. Finally, I think the guy with the rifle at the escape hatch send way too negative a message for anyone but the real hard-core survivalists. With underfloor storage for all that gold that will come in so handy when struggling for basic survival. Throughout the rest of history many people took precautions of some kind, many were happy they did, it always puzzles me why so many make this an emotional issue rather than using a little higher brain function & going with plain old calculated risk avoidance. Not that I personally would go for a bunker, I’d rather be able to move, they still have their place though, perhaps you should note that the government seem to think them a good idea for themselves. A scaled back version might be handy in tornado country but you would have to be careful about water infiltration in flood zones. Back in the 60’s we lived next door to a family that installed one of those bomb shelters in their backyard.
In general, I do not assume that I would survive such an attack, and if I do, I have the basics on hand for civil defense (essentially bug-out bags to go to evacuation points), and I do rely on the good will of others (and offer that good will to others also).
Forget nuclear attack – just think more about coordinated attacks on the electric grid on the coldest day of the year.

Up here in Canada we do not assume that we will need to defend ourselves against our neighbours. If I had the money I would build an underground complex of these all interconnected as a survivalist hotel. If you designed one of these so that one end was glass and stuck out of a south sloping hillside you would have a very cost effective passive solar underground house. A very very expensive Quonset Hut; surely jacked up in price by thousand-folds to cater to fear.
No filters for water intake; no way to re-purify and re-cycle gray and black water—where IS that going to GO to? This COULD be used as actual housing if sited properly—in Hurricane Irene underground tanks were washed OUT of the ground and washed into rivers etc. Let these scared preppers and the extremely wealthy–whose wealth is in –what??? When a catasptophe hits, I’m ditching this bus, and me and my family are heading for the woods!
What makes our shelter different is that we have laser cut all our steel bulkheads and we have reused the cutout plate as a doorway so you have an extra door inside the bunker so the bulkhead at the main entrance has now become a private bathroom and a lockout chamber.
It has a master bedroom with a Queen size bed on one end and 4 bunk beds on the opposite end of the shelter with a door that closes so guests can go to sleep while the others sit up and watch tv in the den. It has a master bedroom with a Queen size bed on one end and 6 bunk beds on the opposite end of the shelter with a door that closes so guests can go to sleep while the others sit up and watch tv in the den. It has a master bedroom with a Queen size bed on one end and 8-10 bunk beds on the opposite end of the shelter with shower and toilet.
The old model has linolium floors instead of laminate oak floors also the 2011 model does not have doors in between the living room and the bunk room and the desk is only 48" long.
It has a master bedroom with a Queen size bed on one end and four bunk beds on the opposite end of the shelter with a toilet room. Our customers are welcome to tour this shelter in person and receive personal training from our instructors . It has a master bedroom with a Queen size bed on one end and four bunk beds on the opposite end of the shelter with toilet. All corrugated pipe models include NBC air filtration system, blast hatch, escape hatch, beds, kitchen, under floor storage, under-bed storage, sink, refrigerator, microwave and linoleum floors. This size and model start at $49,900 including air filtration blast hatch, escape hatch, beds, kitchen, under floor storage, under-bed storage, sink, refrigerator, microwave and linoleum floors. There is little difference between the bunkers made 50 years ago and the bunkers made today except the addition of modern interiors, NBC air filtration systems, Co2 scrubbers, generators, and high-tech electronics. No pre-manufactured square metal bunkers passed the nuclear test and should only be regarded as a fallout shelter or tornado shelter at best! We realize that your shelter is more private than a bank account therefore we are very discreet and do everything we can to keep your shelter absolutely private. Without a means to remove the carbon dioxide and add oxygen to the air within a sealed environment, the occupants will quickly suffer carbon dioxide poisoning and then suffocate from a lack of oxygen.. A single AirGEN provides the capability of surviving isolation from the outside atmosphere for up to a week without electrical power and indefinitely using any 6-34V DC power supply. Our competition is trying to misled people into thinking corrugated pipe is going to collapse on them yet the government uses the exact same pipe in it's missile silos as shown in the 3 pictures below. Our pipe shelters can be burried up to 42' deep and have an estimated lifespan of 200 years. Our shelters are built with the highest quality materials including corrugated pipe and bullet-resistant hardened steel. Louis, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose Seattle, Washington, Tucson, Arizona. It is very light-duty and almost impossible to operate manually unlike our Swiss-made air system. You may not have the money to build an all-out zombie fortress, but if you have less than $40k on hand, you're in luck.
Shown here is a corrugated pip shelter that’s fully outfitted with all the comforts of a tiny home. You could also combine something like this with a small cabin up on the surface connected by a staircase.
This is because fallout particles were not initially radioactive, so the radioactivity from a nuclear war would be mostly gone within 28 days – and even after 7 days so low that you could make short visits outside. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories.
My choice for currency will be toilet paper, alcohol and ammo but not in any particular order.
Secondly, in a catastrophe there won’t be any running water unless you have a really deep and hefty well, so having so many water guzzlers is out of the question. Also in most cases you have two main hatches!, in our case you have one main hatch and one emergency hatch that is concealed 12 inches below the surface that is completely consealed. In the middle is a spacious den with room fora reclining couch and entertainment center with room for a 46" big screen tv and electric fire place.
In the middle is a spacious den with a reclining couch and entertainment center with 46" big screen tv. There is no other shape other then round that will allow you to reach the depth underground that you need for maximum protection for your family and to allow the climate to be controlled underground. We do not keep accurate records on any of our customer locations and only accept wire transfers for payment. The time in which this will occur is based on the volume of the shelter and the number of occupants.
With radioactive fallout decaying rapidly with time, using the AirGEN to isolate the outside atmosphere ensures a better chance of ensuring your survival following a nuclear attack. Atlas Survival Shelters builds every type of shelter available, from round corrugated pipe to smooth high pressure propane tanks, from fabricated square shelters to concrete monolythic domes to preformed concrete homes.The strongest shelter is a concrete monolythic dome and will take a near direct nuclear blast.
There is not a better made pre-manufactured shelter on the market today than our corrugated pipe shelters which are typically burried 10' underground where as a metal boxed shelter typically only has 2-3' of earth cover. Once you have selected the plot of land that you would like to have your shelter installed, our team will begin designing and manufacturing your shelter. So if a nuclear war were to occur, those prepared to shelter-in-place would have an excellent chance of surviving without negative effects to their physical health. The reader should seek his or her own legal or financial advice from a qualified professional. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too.

And your idea to build it on a hill with some natural light (windows, french doors, sliding glass doors, etc) would make it really awesome. In a catastrophe, you are not thinking about washing your hair; your are thinking about staying alive and protecting your family and your food source.
A well is the prefered water source with a 12 volt water pump, and possibly some storage and maybe hot water. In the case an intruder tries to enter your bunker through the main hatch, you have a means to escape by digging out through the ATLAS ESCAPE HATCH and escape or defend your shelter. This shelter also has a four man dinette and a 48" desk you can use as a command center to hold your HF and VHF radios plus your monitor for your surveillance cameras.
All Atlas Survival Shelters are designed to be buried at least 10' below the surface which allows us to put in our new proprietary geo-thermal cooling system. The escape hatch is 5' under the surface with a 4' deep sand layer for protection between the escape hatch and the surface. Shown below is the 1961 pamphlet that was handed out to home owners during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Keep in mind, the deeper the shelter is burried, the cooler it will stay in the summer months!.
Or maybe some tubes that go up and are disguised as an oil well or something on the outside to let light (and air?) in from the ceilings! Ability to create technology that currently exists would probably be at least 200 years down the track.
If I were to do something like this, I would prefer more of an earthen berm design, with windows on one side and lots of light.
There would be no electricity, and it would take a lot of solar to support that amount of electrical use and where would you put it except out in the open were it would be stolen or destroyed by desperate people who again do not have a shelter.
This shelter has a larger kitchen with cabinets, sink, refrigerator, microwave, and laminated oak flooring.
Our shelters are designed to be air-tight and all our shelters have our proprietory Co2 air scrubbers that will remove the carbon dioxide out of the shelter when you shut down your air system or if your air pipes have been blocked.
Our blast proof pipe shelter is rated at 2 bars where as a square metal box shelter is typically rated at .5 bars or 7 psi. Its lovely, but there were no huge storage rooms for food and water and lots of bullets, and even if there were, there would not be enough room to store for a family of 6 that the home was built for. Atlas Survival Shelters has produced these really awesome bunkers that are special because of the fact that they are underground bunkers. The interior woods are mahogany, dried hemp or birch to prevent mold and all our paint has copper sulfate added to kill any mold or bacteria. Two of our shelter designs are used in our nuclear missile silos and have been since the 50's. Square shelters make a fine temporary tornado shelter or fallout shelter only for a short term. Good intentions but either not very well thought out, or folks who are jumping on the prepper band wagon trying to make a quick buck on people’s fears.
The batteries for electricity storage are the most important part of the system, but there are a plethora of battery companies selling deep cycle batteries now. The bunkers have been made from corrugated pipe and are secretive, meaning you won’t be able to tell if there is a bunker underneath you except if you managed to find the door that led to it.
We only use military-grade NBC air filtration systems imported from Europe or Israel with manual override cranks in case power is lost. Beware of unscrupulous companies making metal square shelters and claiming them to be bomb shelters when they are nothing more than a tornado shelter at best and burried only 1-3 feet deep and do not have a quality NBC air filtration system or have a home-built air system with no manual overide crank. Our pipe shelters give you the option to live in them indefinitely because the deep depth in which they are burried allows you to control the climate. In a survival situation, it is best to be armed with knowledge about how to find water where there isn’t any, and what wild edible foods are in your area on which you can survive. I used 4 6 volt forklift batteries, with the pairs connected to make 12 volt, then run in series to get a lot of storage capacity. But a word of advice before you buy one of these, get your home insurance done because these homes run a high chance of getting flooded in case of a heavy rain. Our air system is so easy to crank anyone from a 6 year old to a 106 year old can operate it.
Know how to set traps for small animals to eat, and how to build a debree shelter for warmth and safety. You would also won’t to know how to use a homemade bow drill to start a fire, and how to get water from a grape vine. During the winter, I sometimes had to be a little conservative, but I always had lights, music, and at least a movie or two’s worth of power nearly every night. Advertisement Atlas has made sure that the bunker is spacious while customizing it to resemble like a home.
Please study the engineering facts before believing these people building square metal box shelters. That being said, I had to turn lights off when not needed, not leave the tv on all day, etc., but its easy to learn to conserve electricity. All these brands I have just listed are miltary approved and the only air systems you should trust your life with! If you are going to build your own shelter call me I will give you advice and sell you the parts such as the blast hatch and the NBC air filtration system. Common sense and facts prove a round or dome shelter is several times stronger than any metal box or shipping container. Note: Our dome shelters do not have metal rebar in the concrete, they have Basalt Rebar so they will be invisible to metal detectors in drones. You can even have a camera installed on the outside to make sure everything is in order.The coolest part is probably the entrance. Let us know in the comments section.Advertisement NOW WATCH: 10 Worst Airports Of The WorldTrending On Internet Today 9 Comments to See That Pot Hole? Very neat idea though and great to have, might build my own this summer that will be very familiar to this one ?? awesome seeing other people do it too Reply Sergio on March 3, 2015 08:02:57 Adopt me! Why would anyone spend this kind of money to live in a drainage culvert full of poorly constructed plywood walls that are not even attached to the outer structure?
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