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Development of plastic enclosure tents for body contamination

Aita, Takahiro; Hirano, Hiroshi*; Kimura, Yasuhisa ; Shibanuma, Tomohiro; Yoshida, Masato; Nagai, Yuya; Asakawa, Jun; Shuji, Yoshiyuki 

The newly developed Plastic enclosure tents have reliable airtightness and can be set up in a short time with the small number of persons. Also, in order to prevent the spread of contamination, the exhaust device secures the internal airflow line, and the radiation management device measures the concentration of radioactive materials in the air are in real time. Furthermore, by setting up a multiple of evacuation routes, the decontamination time is shortened even when there are many contaminated persons. Therefore, it is possible to quickly evacuate the contaminated person by having both radiation safety and setting up that can quickly respond to a large-scale body contamination accident.



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