Barton Hospital in South Lake Tahoe, California purchased a Mobile Decontamination 24-3L trailer. This trailer addresses hazmat incidents, disaster response, and any sort of medical assistance needed. This model is a 24-foot length trailer with 3 decontamination cleansing lanes.
Highlights of the MOBDECON 24-3L includes:
3 decontamination cleansing lanes
3 stalls per lane (undress, wash/rinse, redress)
Wash/rinse stalls with shower heads and 2 hand held sprayers per stall
Our team at Mobile Concepts recently manufactured a Decontamination trailer for the Department of State in Sterling, Virginia. The Decontamination unit is our MOBDECON 24-3L model. It is a 24-foot length trailer with 4 non-skid ramps and scene lights.
With new and increasing chemical and biological threats, the need for on-scene mass casualty decontamination solutions continue to grow. The Amarillo Veterans Affairs Health Care System in Texas is now more equipped to fight these dangers with their new MOBDECON 34-6L provided by Mobile Concepts Specialty Vehicles.
Amarillo now joins the ranks of other Veteran Affairs Medical Centers with a decon trailer including the James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital in Tampa, Central Alabama Veterans Healthcare System in Tuskegee, and the Cheyenne VA Medical Center in Wyoming.
This 34-foot, easily deployable mobile decontamination trailer features:
Five (5) three stall decon chambers
One (1) non-ambulatory roller system
Isolated mechanical room
To learn more about the MODDECON 34-6L and similar models visit ourproduct pageor call us at: 724-542-7640.
The City of Merced in California is more prepared for a mass casualty chemical-related incident. This 24-ft decon trailer features two (2) cleansing lanes and three (3) stalls for easy wash, rinse, and redress. With 2 people and just 10 minutes, this MOBDECON 24-2L is response-ready.