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Tents and accident screen fences for professional helpers

Allowing policemen, emergency physicians and THW staff to work undisturbed

Tents and accident screen fences for professional helpers

Quick help on site

In matters of life and death, professional helpers must be protected from gazers and from the weather. The victims are also better off without prying eyes. Trotec has developed solutions for this important industry in which every second counts. Our products provide protection and can be set up in next to no time by one person.

Flexible usage, quick set-up by one person only and easy transport – these are the requirements for screen fences used for shielding the scene of an emergency or of a crime. This also applies to first aid tents, for example at large events, or to tents for accommodation of people or material in emergency situations. Trotec provides highly functional work tents and innovative screen fences for rescue services and helpers. Our range of products includes accident screen fences as well as emergency tents serving as weather and theft protection in a reliable quality.

Standard version or special equipment – just as you like

All solutions are available in white-yellow as standard but they can also be customized for organizations: in red for the fire brigade, in blue for the Federal Agency for Technical Relief (THW) or in other colours. All standard tents are designed for their particular application profile and have proven themselves in numerous operations. In case you need something else, we also have various special designs available in addition to the standard versions: with more windows, with a heating or more supply openings and with variable tent entrances.

Connecting tents to provide flexible shelter

Moreover, you can connect several tents and thus create larger protected areas – for example for an L-shaped field kitchen or infirmary. Tell us what you need the work tent or the screen fence for – and we will manage the rest for you. Trotec makes sure that the police, rescue services and emergency staff can work undisturbed.


Trotec products for police, fire brigade, ambulance and THW

Application examples for police, fire brigade, ambulance and THW

  • Visitor flow control at major events

    Very often, metal barriers are used for closing off areas for visitors at major events and for marking routes. However, they are not required as long as they only serve for visual guidance. The Trotec Group has mobile solutions for visual covers on offer which are light and space-saving and can be unfolded within seconds: VarioScreens.

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  • Medical treatment and storage tents for disasters

    Trotec is committed to optimising air quality in workspaces and for work processes. Which for us means, that we do not stop short of supplying the workspace itself if need be. For instance in form of treatment and storage tents, which can be heated or cooled during disaster relief operations carried out by the Federal Agency for Technical Relief (THW) and rescue teams.

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  • Fire-fighting exercises

    Intact equipment and process routine are what makes a good fire brigade. Only if the firemen know exactly how to proceed under which conditions, can they effectively fight fires and in some cases even save lives. This is why fire exercises are carried out regularly. The conditions under which they take place have to be as realistic as possible. In order to practice how to detect a fire and save a...

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  • Fire detection by thermal imaging cameras

    There are many reasons why every brigade should have a thermal imaging camera at hand during fire-fighting. Besides the location of inhabitants or missing action forces in a smoky building, a thermography camera ensures a more targeted and effective fire-fighting operation. The quicker a fire source is identified, the earlier the spreading of the fire can be prevented. A thermal imaging camera...

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  • Tightness testing of life jackets and immersion suits

    When checking the tightness of survival suits, life jackets, diving equipment and protective suits there can only be 100 per cent certainty, for less means: none at all. Testing companies, specialized in the inspection of such protective clothing, therefore depend on a reliable measuring device operating according to the tracer gas method. The LD6000 is one such measuring device.

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  • Dehumidification of appliance rooms

    Proper protective equipment and perfectly functioning devices are indispensable for operations by the fire brigade and the THW. Protective suits, hoses and tubes must be absolutely leakproof. Tools such as spreader forceps and bolt cutters have to be in an immaculate condition, just like technical devices such as high-performance fans, cutting torches and headlights. In order to store the whole...

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  • Evacuation exercises on passenger ships

    Even if passenger ships are supposed to be an extremely secure means of transport, the preparation for an emergency must be taken seriously. International regulations drafted under the auspices of the United Nations require that sea crews must be trained for the case of an evacuation as part of the safety precautions. To practice for an emergency under realistic conditions, fog machines are used....

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  • Evacuation exercises in airplanes

    Even if commercial aircrafts are manufactured in line with the latest standards nowadays, they are not immune to technical problems. In case of an incident, the on-flight crew must know exactly what to do to protect the passengers and themselves. The personnel is trained for such emergencies during special exercises. This includes evacuating passengers from a smoky aircraft in case of fire. A fog...

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  • Evacuation exercises in trains

    Whether a faulty air conditioning system, a damaged engine or a burning waste bin: usually, the cause for smoke development on a train is only identified after completion of the fire-fighting operation. Before that, it is important for the on-board staff to keep calm and evacuate the passengers. The personnel is prepared for the worst case during fire exercises. During such an exercise, the fog...

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  • Infrared thermography for border security

    Monitoring protected areas and borders is a highly responsible task. For here, everything revolves around security. The border guards' task is to track down and stop unauthorized persons. Since intruders mainly rely on poor visibility conditions giving them cover, border guards must be particularly prepared for missions at night and in dense fog. This requires the use of equipment of the latest...

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  • Location in waters

    At sea good visibility is extremely important, especially at night. A fact well known by every sailor who has been out on the open sea after dark before. Amateur mariners and search and rescue teams who want to navigate their fleet unerringly and then need to locate other boats and persons in the water make use of the infrared technology. For Trotec thermal imaging cameras produce detailed and...

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  • Search for oil slicks

    Once an oil slick reaches the coast, the damage becomes particularly great. Entire animal populations are threatened, and the flora is destroyed. Depending on the size, it may even end in an oil pest. This is why conservationists and task forces work at full capacity in order to spot and eliminate the oil as quickly as possible. Particularly poor visibility and heavy swell require a keen eye. This...

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  • Accident screen fences for policemen & rescuers

    At the scene of an accident or crime or during disaster relief, rescue forces are unfortunately often hindered by gazers. The faster the scene is shielded, the better the task forces can carry out their work. To this end, Trotec offers a mobile, quick-to-assemble solution: VarioScreen.

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  • UV lamps for SelectaDNA in police operations

    For a few years now the police has increasingly been advising the public to mark valuables with artificial DNA such as SelectaDNA. In case of a burglary thusly marked stolen property can quickly be assigned and returned to its owner. Plus, labels indicating artificial DNA scare thieves off. The number of burglaries is going down, while the percentage of cases solved rises. The marking is rendered...

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  • Indicative fever screening during an infectious disease epidemic

    In times of infectious disease epidemics, the early detection of infected persons becomes all the more important. Highly infectious viruses, such as norovirus, SARS-CoV-2 (corona) or even H5N1 (bird flu) don’t respect closed doors, international borders or access restrictions. The pathogens spread across the world during a pandemic and the most important measure to help contain them is the early...

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