Reeves decontamination shelter systems and accessories include the latest in cutting edge NBC decontamination equipment and products to ensure that responders are prepared for any hazardous situation.
Most Reeves Single, 2-Lane and 3-Lane Decon Systems use DRASH shelters, which deploy in minutes on any terrain and can withstand extreme weather and temperature conditions.
Recent testing of the Reeves 3-Lane Decontamination System revealed its ability to clean 180 ambulatory patients per hour using a minimum of five gallons per minute of heated decontamination solution per patient, per lane in a three lane system, while simultaneously delivering nearly two gallons per minute of rinse water per lane. The system was tested with the Reeves G2-I Water Heater remaining in the “clean zone,” by using 100 foot decontamination solution and rinse water lines from the heater to the shelter with a 35 degree Fahrenheit temperature rise of delivered water.
|Above Illustration: 100 foot-long decon solution and rinse water lines ensure that the water heater is kept out of the way of the “hot zone.” Although the lines are long, the Reeves 3-lane decon system continues to maintain a 5-gallon, per lane, per minute throughput.