Command Storm-28

The Central Maine Power Company purchased this 28-foot Storm Trailer to utilize as a response unit for power outages and other emergencies.

Three (3) workstations, one with two (2) LED TVs, and a galley make up the interior front portion of the trailer. The rear section, which can be accessed through the ramp door, contains a fold down table with bench seating, a whiteboard, and D-Rings.

An 18-foot awning, aluminum roof access ladder, and six (6) scene lights are included in the exterior package.

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Specifications

Exterior

  • 28-foot length trailer (includes hitch) w/rear ramp door
  • White .050 aluminum exterior
  • Full-perimeter antenna rail system installed
  • Exterior 120v duplex outlets
  • Six (6) exterior scene lights
  • Scissor-style leveling jacks
  • 18-foot awning

Electronics

  • 7.5kw diesel generator w/ 20gal fuel cell, remote start & ATS
  • 2-110v, 1-12v, 2-CAT6 & 1-antenna pre-wire per workstation
  • 2-13,5000 btu heat pumps w/digital thermostat
  • 2-1600w wall heaters
  • Marinco removable 50 amp, 25-foot shore power cable
  • 120v fluorescent lights
  • Interior 120v duplex outlets
  • Full-perimeter wire chase w/removable cover

Interior

  • Three (3) workstations w/task chairs
  • Galley w/Keurig, mini fridge, microwave & storage
  • Two (2) 26-inch LED TVs
  • Rear area w/fold down table & jump seats
  • Two (2) wall-mounted whiteboards
  • Overhead custom cabinets w/writable surface
  • Aluminum countertops


 

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