Decontamination Process from Dangerous Chemicals and Biological Substances

by admin on 7 August, 2014

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THE MASS PERSONNEL DECONTAMINATION AREA FOR MILITARY USAGE

How to do a Decontamination Process from Dangerous Chemicals and Biological Substances

There are real threats of industrial disasters, epidemics, natural disasters, fires, terrorist attacks and war conflicts to be considered very carefully in the 21st century. Therefore it is necessary to be well prepared for such situations. Military and rescue services involved must be equipped accordingly for the sake of their safety. These are at personnel Decontamination areas and organized in a way which enables to carry out weapons, individual protection means,  personnel decontamination and equips personnel with clean material required.

Basic Characteristics – Military Use:

  • transit capacity 120 persons per hour
  • minimum dimensions of the area 50 x 50 m
  • roll out time 45 minutes
  • roll up time 60 minutes
  • rinsing water temperature for decontamination 30 – 32o C
  • rinsing water temperature for hygiene cleaning 38o C
  • divided into 2 identical corridors (men and women)
  • 16 decontamination nozzles + 1 hand nozzle for inaccessible areas in each corridor
  • 6 rinsing shower heads and 1 hand shower head for inaccessible areas in each corridor
  • stored and transported in ISO 1C container

For more details visit: http://bioprotectionhub.com/decontaminationequipment.htm

There is also

DECONTAMINATION TENT FOR CIVIL USAGE

The ES-56LDK decontamination tent offers decontamination and hygiene cleaning of persons in field conditions who have been in contact with dangerous chemicals, biological and other dangerous substances. This system is mainly used in civil sector where all the actions are carried out only in one tent.

Basic Characteristics – Civilian Use:

  • transit capacity 40 persons per hour
  • double chamber tube system
  • 2 inflation/discharge valves
  • 2 safety pressures valves
  • anchoring system through ropes and floor boards
  • warm water supplied by diesel heater
  • contaminated water suction by electric pump
  • decontamination solution is applied by 5 nozzles and 1 hand nozzle for inaccessible areas,
    2 shower heads and a hand shower for rinsing in each corridor
  • flow capacity: 0,8 – 1,1 l/min depending on the pressure (each nozzle)

Decontamination tent ES-56LDK

The tent is of inflatable tube construction which enables a rapid assembly through
a compressor or pressurized air bottles. The tent interior is divided into 2 identical
corridors (for men and women). Each corridor is divided into 3 sections – undressing
section, decontamination and cleaning section and dressing section. There is a catch
tank for contaminated solutions in the decontamination and rinsing parts.

For more details visit: http://bioprotectionhub.com/decontaminationequipment.htm

 

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