This 24-foot, 3 lane decontamination trailer was designed and manufactured for Fort Jackson in Columbia, SC. This trailer, adapted for non-abulatory care, was purchased from our GSA contract.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs purchased this Decontamination trailer off of our GSA contract for the James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital in Tampa, Florida.
A 2 person set up in 10 minutes is all that is needed to make the trailer mission ready for an emergency response.
The mobile mass decontamination trailer is designed with a non-ambulatory lane for response in which patient decontamination is needed.
The roller system is adaptable for decontaminating non-ambulatory patients or equipment.
Your mechanical room can be designed with various equipment in several configurations. Contact us about your requirements.
The Department of Veterans Affairs in Tampa, Florida, purchased a 3 lane decontamination cleansing trailer for its James A. Haley Medical Center. The trailer addresses critical response measure set forth by the State Emergency Response Commission for Hazardous materials.
Because the VA hospital may be looked upon for medical assistance during a wide-scale hazmat or natural disaster incident, it is making preparations to accommodate those needs.The mobile mass decontamination trailer is not only for hazmat incidents, but also for disaster response in which patient decontamination is needed.
The 3 lane decontamination trailer we designed and manufactured for Fort Jackson in South Carolina fulfills a need for victim and responder decontamination from hazardous materials. Ease-of-use is a primary design feature.