Self-supporting, These Portable Shelters Are Easy to Transport and Quick to Set Up
Once on-site, the inflatable shelter can be standing within five-minutes. Equally as important, it deflates and rolls up with ease allowing firefighters, medical staff, to arrive and depart scenes with little effort during disaster relief.
Inflatable Tent Features
- Roll-Up Zipper Doors in front back walls
- Clear windows & roll down fabric panels in side walls
- Ceiling hardware for internal lighting*
- Vent panels fit external ducted A/C and heating systems
Advantages of Self-Supporting Inflatable Shelters
- Easy to set up
- Flame Retardant Materials (NFPA)
- 2-year Warranty
Advantages of "Cold-Air" Inflatables
Because Landmark’s medical tents are cold-air inflatables (meaning they require a fan system to stay inflated), they are constructed from a lighter weight material than their sealed (airtight) counterparts, which makes them very easy to transport. The standard tent systems pack into 30” round carrying bags and weigh between 80# (small system) to 150# (large system). They can be transported using standard SUVs, trucks, or vans and conveniently stored when not in use. Cold-air inflatables also carry less risk of failure in the field than sealed systems because they will stay inflated even if punctured, and there is no risk leaking or faulty valves that can occur with sealed inflatable structures.
*Built-in LED light systems are available.