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DAT®2021 - PNEUMATIC SHELTER - 420 SQ. FT. (39 M2)


DAT®2021 - PNEUMATIC SHELTER - 420 SQ. FT. (39 M2)
 
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Product Code: FSI-DAT2021
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DAT® Series Pneumatic Shelter - Approx. 20’ W X 21’ L X 9’ H (6.1 M X 6.4 M X 2.7 M) - Shelter only, 420 sq. ft. (39 M2) 400 lbs. (181 Kg). Carton size approx. = 136 X 108 X 90 cm (54” L X 43” W X 36” H). 4 windows - two on each side, 2 skylights, 4 (four) 17" / 43 cm HVAC / clothes inlet / outlets with tie closures - 2 each on opposite ends / sides, 14 metal stakes and 4 tie down ropes. Air volume approx. 190 cu. Ft; approx. 70 mph wind resistance; approx. roof load 2,250 lbs.

Features
  • Multiple applications - tactical, command, field hospital, medical surge capacity, temporary housing, portable morgue, athletic training / cool down, isolation, crime scene privacy shelter, anteroom, and many others
  • Multiple sizes - from 50 sq. ft. to 1,850 sq. ft. (4.5M² to 172M²)
  • Extremely Heavy Duty
  • Canopy fabric is U.V. / chemical resistant and fire retardant
  • Quick, efficient and simple to set up within 1-10 minutes (size and inflation method dependent)
  • Simple valving all on entry sides via supplied P-EID / P-EID-HD inflator / deflator with locking connector, or with compressed air using supplied high pressure air fill hose and universal F-SCBAF-H high pressure adapter
  • Floor and canopies attached, yet removable for ease of cleaning / repair
  • Standard colors are "FSI Blue"® green, white, red and tan / sand - other colors available upon request
  • All DAT® series ‘Temporary Structure’ shelters are supplied fully equipped and ready to be placed in service - Simply roll out, inflate, tie / stake down, and commence operations
  • Optional cross and center divider sections offered for privacy / undress / redress / other
  • Incredible stability even in high wind conditions to 70mph (115Kph) plus when properly tied down / staked off
  • Options include added skylights, added windows, side man doors, added HVAC / Electrical ducts, stencils, logos, reflective striping, skylight covers, insulating inside canopies, gusseted inter-connectivity of shelters end to end or side to side, etc.