Decontamination units that can treat 20 to 80 people per hour under the most extreme conditions
For over 20 years, UTILIS has developed a complete range of decontamination units that can treat 20 to 80 people per hour in civilian or CBRN clothing under the most extreme conditions.
The UTILIS mobile units are intended to decontaminate valid/invalid victims, men/women separately in the event of a chemical, biological, nuclear, industrial, terrorist or war (CBRN) accident.
The role of our decontamination units is to treat people near the disaster area or at the entrance to the care areas, in order to limit the evolution of the victims’ contamination over time.
Easily transportable to the intervention site and very quickly set up, they make it possible to decontaminate people continuously and within short deadlines.
Bag for transportation of contaminated casualties
The bag for transportation of contaminated casualties is used in case of nuclear, biological or chemical risks. It is suitable for all types of standard stretchers.
MDC30 (30 persons/hour (indicative)): 1 TM 54 tent that can decontaminate an average of 30 people per hour. This system is composed of 2 lines (2 “valid” lines or 1 “valid” and “invalid” line).
MDC50 (50 persons/hour (indicative)): 2 coupled TM36 tents that can decontaminate an average of 50 people per hour. This system is composed of 2 lines (2 “valid” lines or 1 “valid” and “invalid” line).
TMS 3 or 4 lines: TMS tent (with straight walls) with a capacity of about 100 people/hour.
Decon Cube: 10-foot ISO container with 2 “valid” or 1 “invalid” lines. Capacity of about 80 people/hour.
CERPE: 20-foot ISO container made according to military standards.
BERCE (120 persons/hour (indicative): 20-foot container module placed on a cradle that can be loaded by a truck equipped with a stacking arm (4 lines with 2 showers).
Structure of our decontamination systems
Reception area Undressing area Shower area N°1 (cleaning)
Shower area N°2 (rinsing) Re-dressing and control area