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INCIDENT RESPONSE AND MASS DECONTAMINATION UNIT EQUIPMENT

Disrobe and re-robe packs: this consists of a towel, filter mask, paper underwear, paper suit, jacket and trousers, socks and shoes and personal hygiene items.
Gas Tight Suits: A one-piece integral suit including gloves and permanently bonded boots with steel toecap covers the wearer and Breathing Apparatus set.
Each IRU has 48 suits.
Powered Respirator Protection Suits
Tent structures: There are three different tent structures, which are used for different roles: dis-robe structure, decontamination structure and re-robe structure
Hot water showers: There are two lines of five showers separated by curtains which allows up to ten people to be decontaminated at a time. The water for the shower is delivered at a temperature of 35 degrees centigrade. The shower consists of a two minute wash followed by a one minute rinse.
Water boiler: Is powered by a 110-volt generator fuelled by diesel to provide warm water at 35 degrees for the shower system.
Hot air blower: Provides fume free hot air to the tent structure for a comfortable temperature to be maintained.
Diesel generator: Used to power the water boiler and hot air blower and submersible pump.
Submersible pump: For use only in the mass decontamination structure. The pump is placed in the shower section to discharge 6000 litres of contaminated water per hour into the dam. Powered by a 110-volt generator.
Firefighter Decontamination Shower: A rapidly erected decontamination shower with a heavy-duty air inflated frame with integral sump. Has designated entry and exit points, with an additional sump at the exit point.
Six shower positions, which can be fitted with spray heads or washing brushes, which is supplied by feed pipes. The shower system is provided with an induction facility that allows automatic induction of up to two decontamination solutions.
A small 110V pump is provided to transfer the decontamination waste to a storage receptacle at a rate of 130 litres a minute.
Dam: Two 6000 litre capacity dams to contain contaminated water
Telescopic lighting unit: Provides an adjustable lighting source up to a height of 6 metres.
Mobile Data Transmission: Provides a satellite navigation system, with GPS mapping and Chemdata chemical retrieval information.

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INCIDENT RESPONSE AND MASS DECONTAMINATION UNIT EQUIPMENT Disrobe and re-robe packs: this consists of a towel, filter mask, paper underwear, paper suit, jacket and trousers, socks and shoes and personal hygiene items. Gas Tight Suits: A one-piece integral suit including gloves and permanently bonded boots with steel toecap covers the wearer and Breathing Apparatus set. Each IRU has 48 suits. Powered Respirator Protection Suits Tent structures: There are three different tent structures, which are used for different roles: dis-robe structure, decontamination structure and re-robe structure Hot water showers: There are two lines of five showers separated by curtains which allows up to ten people to be decontaminated at a time. The water for the shower is delivered at a temperature of 35 degrees centigrade. The shower consists of a two minute wash followed by a one minute rinse. Water boiler: Is powered by a 110-volt generator fuelled by diesel to provide warm water at 35 degrees for the shower system. Hot air blower: Provides fume free hot air to the tent structure for a comfortable temperature to be maintained. Diesel generator: Used to power the water boiler and hot air blower and submersible pump. Submersible pump: For use only in the mass decontamination structure. The pump is placed in the shower section to discharge 6000 litres of contaminated water per hour into the dam. Powered by a 110-volt generator. Firefighter Decontamination Shower: A rapidly erected decontamination shower with a heavy-duty air inflated frame with integral sump. Has designated entry and exit points, with an additional sump at the exit point. Six shower positions, which can be fitted with spray heads or washing brushes, which is supplied by feed pipes. The shower system is provided with an induction facility that allows automatic induction of up to two decontamination solutions. A small 110V pump is provided to transfer the decontamination waste to a storage receptacle at a rate of 130 litres a minute. Dam: Two 6000 litre capacity dams to contain contaminated water Telescopic lighting unit: Provides an adjustable lighting source up to a height of 6 metres. Mobile Data Transmission: Provides a satellite navigation system, with GPS mapping and Chemdata chemical retrieval information.

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