Hicksville, NY, October 21, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Portable command shelter and temporary power provider On Site Energy is showcasing its portable rapid deployment shelter called The PEACH, which the company is able to rent out to for rapid disaster relief in remote or devastated areas within a matter of hours. Named for its Packaged Electric, Air-Conditioning, and Heating capabilities, The PEACH is known for its wide range of applications and simple portability; visitors can order the inflatable shelter online for rapid delivery at http://www.OnSite-Energy.com.
"The PEACH inflatable shelter system was borne out of a dialogue between On Site Energy and the FDNY following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. After consulting with the FDNY and various 1st Responder organizations, we developed a highly transportable mobile command center with industry requirements in mind," said Patrick French, Vice President of Sales for On Site Energy.
The PEACH offers many of the traditional portable disaster relief center benefits, in addition to certain perks unique to its military-grade technology. Ideal as a means to establish control in the event of a disaster, The PEACH can serve as a mobile command center, press zone, quarantine or isolation area, or supply distribution tent, among other purposes.
The inflatable shelter technology is particularly useful for utility companies, who can use The PEACH to establish temporary offices at the site of emergency outages. From here, emergency operatives can easily break down and re-inflate these structures to keep themselves close to the affected regions as power is restored. An alternative to renting out permanent structures miles away from the areas lacking power, The PEACH disaster relief center enables utility companies to reduce their transportation costs and ultimately pass these savings along to the consumer.
The state-of-the-art technology employed in every PEACH inflatable shelter helps to set the technology apart from similar equipment models. With industry-leading inflation and deflation rates, The PEACH also features compartmentalized construction, so no single leak can threaten its structural integrity. The PEACH military shelter is fully insulated to retain heat in the winter and cool air in the summer, an effect bolstered by robust power stats: 10-ton air conditioning, 140,000-BTU clean electric heat, and 50kW of self-contained electric power.
"Beyond its impressive capabilities, On Site Energy is reaching out to potential users of The PEACH inflatable shelter to communicate the incredible speed with which the technology can be deployed. On Site Energy is available any time of the day or night to deliver the mobile command center units within hours, no matter the devastation or remoteness of the location. The reach of The PEACH is simple: if a truck can get there, so can we," French said.
To learn more about On Site Energy or The PEACH inflatable shelter, visit http://www.OnSite-Energy.com or call 1-800-RENTAL-1. The military shelter company can also be found on Facebook and Twitter at http://www.facebook.com/OnSiteEnergycom and http://www.twitter.com/OnSite_Energy, respectively, with an online military shelter blog at http://www.OnSiteEnergyBlog.com.