The MOBDECON 28-5L Com is a 28 foot length decon trailer. The model’s main feature is its non-ambulatory patient roller system. Much like our other 28 foot length model, the non-ambulatory decon trailer is completely secure and self-contained.

The roller system allows victims to easily rolled through the decontamination process on either wooden or plastic backboard or standard pole litter. The patient conveyor can be either a collapsible or interlocking.

The decon trailer is constructed of sturdy materials, and the raised grid floors allow for quick and contained water drainage, eliminating secondary contamination to either the patient or decon team member assisting in the cleansing process.

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  • 28 foot length trailer (includes hitch)
  • Scene lights
  • 6 non-skid ramps w/spring assist


  • 5 decontamination cleansing lanes
  • 3 stalls per lane (undress, wash/rinse, redress)
  • Isolated mechanical room
  • 2 command work stations
  • Roller systems.
  • LED lighting
  • Chemical and biological resistant interior FRP on walls
  • Raised grid flooring
  • Wash/rinse stalls w/ shower heads
  • 2 hand held sprayers per wash/rinse stall
  • On-demand, gravity-fed detergent mixing systems
  • Wall-switched exhaust fans
  • Auto waste water dump
  • 500gal waste water bladder
  • 199,000btu water heater
  • 35,000btu gas furnace
  • Hydrant water inlet
  • Pressure regulator
  • PEX tubings & fittings
  • Adaptable for non-ambulatory system


  • Antenna pre-wire/CAT 6/110v/12v
  • Exterior 15amp outlets
  • On-board surge protector


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