Grayling D-Con Decontamination Shower is a low cost, durable and disposable decontamination solution for asbestos abatement projects. All D-Con units are made from two layers of 6-mil poly and have triple-flap ingress/egress doorways. Poles and shower nozzle hardware are reusable and available separately.
All D-Con unites meet OSHA and EPA guidelines for decontamination facilities. D-Con eliminates the hassle of constructing decontamination facility on small, short duration projects. It sets up quickly and easily reducing your labor costs. D-Con is the first all poly constructed unit, which means it can withstand the daily rigors of abatement projects without loosing structural integrity.
Enclosure dimensions: 37” X 37” X 77” 2ply, 6mil (Also available in fire retardant film 1001006)
Includes a shower “stand-off” pallet and access ports for easy insertion of water supply and discharge lines.
EASY TO ASSEMBLE
1 Sweep and clear the area where the units will be set up, cut and lay a protective layer of poly on the floor.
2 Open the box carefully. Do not use a knife. Remove the D-Con units. D-Con 3 systems have a shower unit with blue entry ports at the base and an internal foam and plastic sump platform, and two units without ports and platforms that are the equipment and clean rooms. D-Con 2 systems have only the equipment and clean rooms and no shower unit.
3 Unfold the equipment room unit and stand the unit vertically by lifting the top panel through the entry. Enter the unit and insert the pole set. Pole sets are not included, and are available separately.
4 Position and tension the poles into the corners, set the poles back from
the corner approximately 2-3 inches.
5 Apply the double-sided tape around the perimeter of the opening, about 2 inches from the edge where the equipment meets the work enclosure, pull off the adhesive backing and position and attach it to the work area poly,
cut an opening into the work area poly to match the curtain doorway.
6 For D-Con 2, skip to step 9. For D-Con 3, repeat assembly instructions for the shower unit, note the sump (with blue ports) has an elevated plastic and foam platform to keep the worker out of the drain water. Position the system with shower so that the blue water supply and drain ports face the adjacent water source and pump.
7 Apply double-sided tape around the perimeter of the opening, about 2 inches from the edge where the shower meets the equipment room, pull off the adhesive backing and position and attach it to the equipment room.
Requires 12PK 77″ Shower Poles which are sold separately.