Package 3 brings the set up together with a larger portable station that includes a pull out keyboard drawer, and storage. Including clear signage to direct when and where a car stops and pulls up. Considering a drive thru set up, we’ve included an umbrella that can be used for added coverage and direction.
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This Drive-thru Testing Package has been assembled to support individuals and organizations that are providing essential services during the COVID-19 crisis. It is ideal for use at drive-through testing locations and mobile hospitals to aid in safe testing and social distancing in accordance with CDC recommendations.
Package 3 supports a computer for faster entry and transfer of test data to the hospital for a more immediate view of the current situation in the field.
The point of care medical workstation was designed for indoor and outdoor use. The scratch and corrosion-resistant frame allows it to stand up to the elements. The four heavy-duty locking casters can roll over rough terrain. The keyboard tray drawer enables easy access and storage of computer keyboards. The locking cabinet and drawer securely store computer equipment and supplies.
Our line control delineator signs are made of durable, black plastic with a 9-lb. rubber base. The graphics are printed on to reflective vinyl for better visibility. The dimensions of the face is 7 3/4 inches wide and 35 3/4 inches long.
This traffic-control sign pack is intended for rapid deployment — It contains signs which are ready for immediate use in controlling the direction of traffic. The package includes an entrance and exit marker, as well as four directional markers that can be customized with the included decals.
Due to extremely high order volume, please expect longer than normal lead times.Record-high volumes of parcel and freight orders may cause transit delays due to all carriers being overbooked. Please place your orders early to build in the delays from the freight carriers. Dismiss