Updated May 06, 2020

Rapidly Deployable Emergency Treatment Units (ETUs)

Part of WHO (World Health Organization)

http://www.ebolagrandchallenge.net/portable-etus

John Rutherford

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Modula S Inc These modular and rapidly deployable treatment units use ultra-efficient building envelope technology to moderate the temperature of the unit and simplify decontamination efforts – enabling safer and more comfortable conditions for health care workers and patients. Designed to overcome the challenges that traditional “soft-shell” facilities (tents) face, this hard-shell unit featur...
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Modula S Inc These modular and rapidly deployable treatment units use ultra-efficient building envelope technology to moderate the temperature of the unit and simplify decontamination efforts – enabling safer and more comfortable conditions for health care workers and patients. Designed to overcome the challenges that traditional “soft-shell” facilities (tents) face, this hard-shell unit features improved thermal efficiency, super-insulation, a design that facilitates easy cleaning, and interior surfaces and fixtures constructed from “direct contact kill” anti-bacterial and/or anti-viral materials. The units have a lifecycle of 25 years, require only three days and ten people to install, and can be easily deployed in remote and isolated communities and function fully autonomously with solar power and a genset backup.
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Stage 4: Transition to Scale

Registered in United Statesin United States

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Health and Infectious & Vector Diseases

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ePIC-Brochure-042320-orientation-null.pdf