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The TMLC and TMSLC are entry-level shelters designed to provide reliable capability with minimal cost outlay. The TMLC is an angled wall system whilst the TMSLC features vertical walls for increased utility. Both variants use a modular external frame principle for construction speed and can be connected end-to-end without limitation, via full-width detachable gables and common frame components.
The TM shelter, available in 18m2, 36m2 and 54m2 modules, forms the backbone of the Utilis shelter family. The shelter’s advanced design affords a class-leading setup time of just 3 minutes, which, along with its inherent versatility, ensures popularity amongst first responders and military users alike. The TM allows easy shelter interconnection and swift interchange of inner liners, permitting rapid role reconfiguration. The TM shelter principle is a Utilis patented design.
The TMS is based upon the TM shelter principle but with vertical walls for increased internal volume and greater flexibility of use. The shelter is available in a removable gable variant to permit unlimited end-to-end shelter interconnection, creating a continuous and unobstructed 6m wide ‘tunnel’ shelter. The shelter can be fully deployed within 10 minutes, without requiring any specialist skills, tooling or MHE.
The TMX is a tool free, zero-MHE, rapid-deploy shelter designed specifically for tactical operations in extreme environments. It features a high strength, low weight, modular truss frame, allowing bays to be added/ removed to match operational requirements. The shelter can be interconnected on every face and is optimised for handling and storage via common transport modes (20ft ISO, Bicon, Tricon and 463L Pallet).
These tactical shelters are based on the same construction principle as the TM, with setup achievable within 50 minutes without use of specialist tools or MHE. The shelter offers a large working width (8.7m TXL/ 6.8m TL) and generous working height (4.5m TXL/ 4m TL) and can be extended in length in 5m increments by additional bay sections. The shelters are typically utilised as command centres, workshops and briefing rooms.
The TMV shelter has been specifically designed for large-scale, long-term camp deployments within austere environments. The design uses a portal frame construction for extreme strength and rigidity (110kg/m2 snow load, 190km/h wind loading), twinned with a three-layer textile system for class-leading thermal performance and unprecedented comfort levels. TMV shelters are available in widths of 6m or 10m, with an internal headroom of 2.5m, 3.5m or to a custom size.
The ERDS ‘Tardis’ shelter is an entirely new concept of instantaneous deployable accommodation, facilitating renewed agility, reactivity and operational readiness.
The system utilises the key benefits of soft and hard wall shelter technologies to create a 6m x 6m hybrid module, enabling 576 m2 of deployable accommodation space within the equivalent transport footprint of a 40ft ISO container.
The SM shelter is a small tactical shelter, often utilised as a vestibule, link interface or corridor component of larger system complexes. The shelter is available in single, dual or triple bay systems in 210mm, 420mm or 630mm lengths respectively and can interface directly with the complete Utilis tactical shelter range, and a wide variety of in-service vehicles via boot connections.