The 150/200 field module is a shippable set of six 20-foot containers of standard ISO 1CC measurements containing all the logistic support equipment and materials needed for 150-200 people.


The 150/200 field module is made up of: i. A kitchen/canteen/refrigeration module ii. A laundry/shower/water treatment module iii. A generator/WC stall/storage module iv. Two shipping modules

Description and Dimensions:
All containers have a steel framework, walls and roof made of glass fibre-reinforced polyester sandwich panels with a polyurethane core (panel thickness depends on module type) and floors made of 24-mm plywood, except the two shipping modules, whose walls and roof are folded steel plate, and the removable walls in the kitchen module, which are aluminium. All containers have standard ISO 1CC measurements of 6058 x 2438 x 2591 mm.

Kitchen/Canteen/Refrigeration Module
Kitchen Section:
Cooker with three wraparound heating units capable of cooking for 200 people. Kitchenware includes one 100-litre pressure cooker, two 60-litre deep fryers, two 15-litre fryer/griddles, one griddle with two round cooking surfaces, one 100-litre milk-heating pot, one 650-mm paella pan.
Canteen Section:
Sink with taps, ice-cube machine, one two-arm coffeemaker with urn, one coffee grinder, one drawer for used grounds, one beer tap and cooler, one chest refrigerator, overhead shelving for dishes and accessories, stainless steel counter.
Refrigeration Section
There are two separate rooms. One is a freezer approximately 5 metres square, with meat hangers. The other is a refrigerator approximately 7 metres square, with shelves. An independent refrigeration unit is included. This unit can be run off a combustion engine or be connected to power mains.

Generator/Storage Module
Generator Section:
This includes a well-soundproofed 100-kVA generator unit with a water-cooled diesel engine, a soundproofed, removable, 12-kVA back-up generator unit, an emergency pump that runs on gas-oil, a solid waste pump and a distributing board with circuit breakers for the different modules. Twenty 20-litre jerry cans of fuel, sixteen modular insulating floor grilles, a tarpaulin canopy for the electrical board area, thirteen 50-metre power connection hoses and ten 25-metre extension cords.
Storage Section:
Comes with the following equipment: Camp materials: Ten picks, ten shovels, fifteen rubbish bins, twelve 20,000-kcal/hour indirect-combustion tent heaters and one pressure washer. Entertainment materials: two 20” television sets, each equipped with antenna; one compatible video player; one mini hi-fi system; one metal chest with an assortment of games.

Storage Containers.

  • Metal structure. Walls and roof are folded steel plate. Floor is heavy-duty wood.

Laundry/Shower/Water Treatment Module

  • This module provides water for all the other water-consuming modules. It includes all the storage, pumping and distribution systems necessary for the joint requirements of the laundry, showers, water treatment plant, kitchen and canteen. It has three folding PVC tanks, one for untreated water and two for treated water. Tent or modular section, 36 m2, floor covered with modular grilles.

Laundry Section:
Equipped with one washing machine capable of holding 22 kg of clothes, G-factor 340; one 12-kg dryer; two stainless steel folding tables; two industrial steam irons; one folding cart for dry clothes; one PET container for damp clothes.
Boiler Section:
Equipped with the following: one boiler with a gas-oil burner; one 100.00 kcal/hour plate heat exchanger; one 500-litre thermal store; one 120-litre fuel tank; one structure with nine shower heads housed in a modular tent made of PVC tarpaulin, set off to one side, with enough modular plastic grilles to form the flooring for the shower, dressing and personal hygiene section; one personal hygiene module with twenty individual taps and a folding trough.
Water Treatment Section:
The procedure used is both mechanical and chemical and is capable of treating 24,000 litres/day non-stop. Water is pumped in and decanted, and chemical reagents are added. The water is then filtered, chlorinated and put through an impulse pump. This process runs automatically and requires only minimum maintenance.

Chemical Latrine Module.

  • welve chemical latrine stalls divided into two sets of six. Each set of six has its own entrance area. Each stall has a door with a latch operated from the inside.

2.1.-Light Towers

hese light masts are just the thing for lighting, telecoms and surveying gear. They can be deployed by hand or with a manual pump. All sections can be locked in place. Each comes ready to be mounted on a vehicle, a tripod or a rooftop.

2.2.-Towable Generator Units

Generator in soundproofed all-weather housing. Different power-generating capacities available. Powered by diesel engine.


Double-roof tent on a metal structure, with connecting hallways, an entrance baffle, wiring and lighting. Accessories: Electrical air pump, manual air pump, repair kit, tool box, tent storage bag. Outfitting kit available: 20 beds, 40 blankets, 40 sheets, 30 pillows, 30 towels, 2 desks, 4 folding chairs

2.4.-Flexible Tanks

Fully enclosed tank suitable for drinking water storage, water disinfection, fertilizer mixing, etc. Different capacities are available. Suitable for use in any kind of climate.

2.5.-Container- and/or Trailer-Mounted Water Treatment Unit:

Designed for a population of 1,000 people. System capacity: 7 m3/hour. Treated water volume: 140 m3/day for 20 hours. Estimated water consumption: 140 litres/person/day. Water supply: Surface water (tanks, rivers, etc.) and wells.

2.6.-Portable Showers and Washbasins

Made of sturdy, weather-resistant materials that stand up well to high temperatures. Different capacities are available.

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