Disaster Relief Shower Unit
PVBA, along with BCNM, organized, built and furnished the first Disaster Relief feeding unit in New Mexico. Our feeding unit is now capable of preparing 8,000 hot meals a day. We also have a state-of-the-art shower unit that provided six shower stalls and one laundry unit.
The disaster relief shower unit is a 40' triple axel trailer. It requires a 2 5/16" ball. There is a receiver ball hitch and stabilizer bars stored in shower stall #4. The tongue weight is 1500 Lbs, and the maximum gross weight is 10,000 lbs. The tow vehicle must have a tow package with a 2 5/16" ball and the proper wiring to tow the trailer. DO NOT disable the trailer wiring in any way, if wiring adaptations are made they must be made to the towing vehicle, not the trailer. You will need at least a 3/4 ton vehicle to pull the shower unit. When the tow vehicle is disconnected be sure the receiver hitch is removed and placed back in stall #4 with the stabilizer bars.
All the locks on the unit are keyed alike. DO NOT cut or disable any of the locks in any way. A key will be provided when the trailer is picked up.
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