Interview with Firefighter about Rehab Tents

Firefighters Get A Much Needed Break With On-Site, Portable, Mobile Shelters

Firefighters have one of the most stressful and dangerous jobs on earth. In constant fear for their lives, firefighters desperately need a place to take a break, recoup and rejuvenate during the course of putting out a blaze. Until now, there were no portable, mobile shelters. To date, firefighters depend on old school buses (or similar vehicles) to serve as their rehab stations: Not very comfortable or roomy.

After working with Landmark Creations for about one-year, the development of an inflatable shelter finally saw production. The Eagan Fire Department will be the first to make use of these brand new, airtight, 20 foot x 12 foot portable, mobile shelters. Firefighters will now be able to enter the tent to escape extreme heat, rest for a few minutes and replenish their fluids. In addition, the inflatable shelter will give paramedics room to setup their equipment in order to monitor on-scene firefighters.

Self-supporting, These Tents 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 to arrive and depart scenes with little effort.

Inflatable Rehab Tent Installation Instructions

Inflatable Emergency Shelter

Want more ideas for using inflatables as portable shelters? Visit our gallery full of inflatable rehab shelters!

 

 

 

- What Others Say About Landmark

“This has created tremendous buzz around town and we have received a great deal of compliments on the Big Tire. Exposure is my goal, and the inflatable does that better than anyone, including me, can do at these events. The Big Tire never takes a break, gets tired or has to take a call. It just keeps shining bright and the kids love it.”

- Ed Chaney, Ed Chaney Tire Center Inc.