CERTEK Mobile Decontamination Chamber (CMDC)
The CERTEK Mobile Decontamination Chamber (CMDC) is manufactured in one-trip shipping containers. The CMDC can decontaminate thousands of N95 compatible masks in one cycle. The CMDC is a true mobile chamber that can be transported easily and quickly by a 5th wheel truck. The above image is of a particular model that has a decontamination space of 199 square feet (18.48 sq.m.) for decontaminating N95 masks and other equipment. The actual dimensions of the space is 6’ 11 1/4” (2.1 m) wide by 33’ 8 1/8” (10.3 m) deep. The ceiling height is 7’ 4” (2.23 m).
Inside the double doors of the container is the End Service Space to house the VHP decontamination unit on a cart, electrical panel and some control devices. The panel can be fed from an outside source by utilizing a receptacle at the bottom of the panel with a matching plug provided. A four foot (4’ or 1.22 m) wide service door allows easy entrance of carts, equipment and personnel into the decontamination room. This End Service Space includes one (1) LED fixture to provide adequate lighting and one (1) duplex convenience outlet.
Inside the decontamination room there are four (4) injection ports for model CMDC-4720-40, spaced inside the room to ensure overall VHP exposure. A ductless mini-split air condition and heat system is provided with two (2) evaporator AHU units inside the room. The condenser is located on the exterior of the container mounted high at the truck end. At the end of the room low on the wall at each corner are two (2) exhaust fans with dampers to an exterior duct system. A dehumidifier is also provided in the room. A quad outlet is located in the middle of a side wall of the decontamination space. LED fixtures provide adequate lighting in the room.
Model #: CMDC-4720-20 - A 20’ mobile unit with 99 square feet (9.19 sq. m.) of decontamination space.
Model #: CMDC-4720-40 - A 40’ mobile unit with 199 square feet (18.48 sq. m.) of decontamination space.
Model #: CMDC-4720-53 - A 53’ mobile unit with 263 square feet (24.35 sq. m.) of decontamination space.