NRS Relief Rex Hall Mobile Storage Units
Rex Hall Mobile Storage Units (MSU) are flexible warehouses that can be assembled in a day by 4-6 people in any emergency situation. It is designed for easy shipping and to be erected on uneven ground.
The Rex Hall Mobile Storage Unit was designed by NRS Relief to provide a flexible option to respond to any emergency situation. It can be assembled by a small group (4-6 people) in under a day. It was designed for shipping, making it accessible by land, water or air. It has adjustable base plates that facilitate installation on uneven ground.
The MSU is suited for warehouses, having the capacity to store food supplies and items, as well as refugee shelters or disaster response teams. In the correct configuration, it can house more than a hundred people. It can also be converted into temporary schools or hospitals as needed in each particular situation.
Worldwide, wherever there is a humanitarian crisis.
Goal 1 and 3: aims to provide temporary shelter that is resistant to all types of weather to people who have lost their homes or the response teams helping.
Crisis response staff, refugees, internally displaced people (IDPs)
The Rex Hall Mobile Storage Units are shipped in 5 packages, occupying a total of 7.27 m3 and weighing 2445kg. A 20 foot container can transport 5 shelters.
Markings and logos on the tent can be customized to the clients requirements.
The Rex Hall Mobile Storage Units should undergo continual inspection. Daily checks should look out for visual damages on the PVC panel covers and the correct functioning of doors, zippers and locks. Weekly checks should focus on confirming the anchorage of ground spikes, bolts and nuts are correctly mounted and the wall tension bars are fixed. Monthly checks are for finding heavily corroded elements, like the steel components, bolts or nuts.
The units come with a detailed assembly manual, which illustrate the process with images such as these:
Erecting the first gable.
Tension left gable cover.
A repair kit is supplied with every tent for holes and tears in the PVC fabric. Consult NRS Relief directly or the supplier for advice on repairs on aluminium or steel components.
Replacement parts can be ordered from NRS Relief or the supplier by giving the correct part number.
NRS recommends regular maintenance, consisting of a daily, weekly and monthly check, which will extend the lifespan and prevent damage.
The Rex Hall MSU aims to be easy, cost-effective to ship, while being flexible in any emergency situation. It should be easy to assemble with minimal manpower, even in rough terrain. Its flexibility permits applications beyond warehousing supplies, adding to the design any of the accessories that NRS Relief provides.
NRS conducted fire testing on their fire retardant tarpaulins in 2014.
There are mechanical hazards while assembling or dismantling the MSU. Safety helmet, shoes and gloves should be worn at all times. A single person should avoid carrying more than 20kg. Equipment such as ladders or hammers should be maintained. The covers, floors or linens should not be packed wet.
Exercise extreme caution with fire; even with fire retardant technology there is still risk of open fire.
NRS Relief offers complementary accessories, such as solar energy systems, fire alarms, LED lighting, etc.
For the fire retardant benchmark, the tests consisted on passing CPAI section 5 and 6, 10s-30s afterflame per test piece, and ageing under ISO 4892-2, type A, 360 hours.
NRS claims to have extensive quality control throughout the production process and quality assurance on each individual department.
There is a video detailing the assembly of a MSU.
The Fire Retardancy Solution won the annual Aid Innovation Challenge Award 2014 during the AidEx Summit in Brussels.
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