This self-contained 24-foot decontamination trailer was purchased by the City Of Merced in California.
Each of the two lanes includes three stalls: undress, wash/rinse and redress.
These two decontamination trailers were purchased by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for the Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System (CAVHCS).
NASA picked up their 24-foot decontamination trailer for their John Glenn Research Center in Ohio.
Designed for emergency response, the Decon trailer can easily be set up within 10 minutes by 2 staff members.
Mobile Concepts’ Decon trailers are easy to use. All operations are engineered for quick response and manual overrides so that equipment won’t fail during an incident.
The isolated mechanical room includes a command workstation for two. Antenna prewire, CAT 6 and power cords are all installed.
This MOBDECON 24-2L was designed and manufactured for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s Passavant hospital in Cranberry, Pennsylvania.
Our self-contained and climate controlled decontamination shower trailers are designed to be quickly and easily deployed in the case of an emergency. They feature unique gravity-fed detergent mixing systems and high output hot water heaters. Our two lane models can be configured for non-ambulatory care with a roller system as well.
With 2 people and just 10 minutes, the decontamination trailer is ready to respond to an incident. Our system is simply designed with minimal electronics to avoid malfunction during emergencies.
We have built this model for several settings including the Tuskegee VA Medical Center which is part of the Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System (CAVHCS), NASA’s John Glenn Research Center in Ohio, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s Passavant hospital in Cranberry, Pennsylvania, and the City of Merced in California.