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Shelter provides protection at incidents

15 July 2009

The Hughes Articulated Rapid Deployment (HARD) shelter provides protection and temporary accommodation at incidents. The shelter has been designed for rapid deployment and maximum flexibility.
The shelter has a one-piece rigid folding frame with integral liner. When the frame is folded for storage, the liner remains attached and is prevented from contacting the floor and becoming dirty. This reduces cleaning time, prevents damage to the liner and extends its life.

Shelter provides protection at incidents
Shelter provides protection at incidents

The anodised aluminium frame combines light weight with strength to give a robust and rigid structure. Easily carried to the scene of an incident, the shelter and can be erected by two people in just 3 minutes. Guy lines and pegs or ballast tanks are used to secure it in place.

The standard liner for the shelter is made of Neoprene-coated Nylon which has a wipe-clean rubber coating.

An insulated version of the shelter is available for use in extreme climates. The range also includes a basic model which can be conveniently palletised for rapid deployment around the world to provide temporary accommodation for disaster relief.

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