Landa Communication Shelter

 

Manufactured to your specificationLanda Mobile Systems LLC ATS-and-Loadcenter-with-TVSS-2-1 COMMAND CENTERS

Configurations  are unlimited with quick turn.  Sample drawings showing mobile on trailer units.  4′ and 6″ walls available with fire proof configuration and fire suppression protection installed with alarms for fire and CO2. ATS switch, complete lighting and plugs, two door unit as shown. Platform mounted for easy transport as stationary or transportable on trailer and tower trailer combination.  All units are equipped to be heli lifted in if needed. The standard wind rating on this shelter is approx. 120 mph.  There are a couple of wall and ceiling stiffeners that can be installed that will raise that up considerable to 150+ mph.

Contact Us today and learn more about our shelter and trailer options and accessories. Not only can we pre assemble these communication shelters for you at our plant but we can have it flown to you directly for on site set-up.

Command Centers By Landa Mobile Systems LLC
Cellular Communications Shelter by Landa Mobile Systems LLC
COMMAND CENTER BY LANDA MOBILE SYSTEMS LLC

Radio Command Centers

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communication shelter inside wall
communication shelter inside wall
communication shelter

 

Shelter Customization

 

These shelters customized according to the client’s choice. Any color you require various types of siding, including White, Sand, and Stone aggregate.  Purchase with any size HVAC system, Power Panels, Auto Transfer Switches, Cable trays, Entry Ports, and Power meter set.

Mike Kaleikini - Search and Rescue Systems - Ewa Beach, HI

We like the fact that with a "Landa Command Center" you guys really know how to custom tailor it to fit our needs and requirements.

Mahalo

 

Shelter Flammability

ASTM E-84,  ANSI 2.5,  NFPA 225, UBC 8-1 – Surface Burning Characteristics-Core ASTM D-1929 – Ignition Properties Required by Chapter 26 of the IBC for plastic insulation in Sprinklered buildings ATMS E-108 – Fire test of roof panels UL 723 – Surfaced Burning Characteristics-Finished panels Specified by Food Consultants CAN/ULC S – 102-Surface Burning Characteristics-Core and Finished Panel CAN/ULC S – 127 Corner Wall Flammability CAN/ULC S -138 Fire Growth and Damage-ability-Room Required in Canada FM 4820 – Surface Burning Characteristics-Core FM 4880 – Fire Rating of interior Wall & Ceiling Panels-Room FM ISO 1716 – Heat Combustion FM ASTM D 482 – Ignition Residue. Factory Mutual Approval allows use without sprinklers and without Thermal Barriers UPITT Protocol – Toxicity Required to sell product in NY City NFPA 286 Fire Contribution – allows panels without sprinklers and without Thermal Barriers

Electrical UL 471-ul Standard for Safety -Refrigerators/Freezers NFPA 70-The National Electric Code Required by Building Departments for Pre Wired Electrical. CSA C22.2 – CAN/CSA Refrigeration Equipment Required for all pre wired electrical in Canada

CODE COMPLIANCE TESTING

The International Building Code required this testing be done by nationally recognized third party testing agency.   This testing is not acceptable if conducted by the manufacture or the foam insulation supplier.

ASTM C – 272   Water Absorption ASTM C – 273   Shear Strength ASTM C – 393   Flexural Strength ASTM C – 518    Thermal Transmission ASTM D – 635   Horizontal BurningASTM D – 1621  Compressive Properties ASTM D – 1622 Density ASTM D – 1623  Tensile Strength ASTM D – 2126  Dimensional Stability ASTM D – 1694  Adhesion ASTM D – 2856  Open Cell Content ASTM E – 72  Compressive Load, Transverse Load and Racking Load ASTM E – 90  Acoustic Performance ASTM E – 331  Water penetration of exterior walls ASTM E – 661  Concentrated and impact Loads Cyclic Racking (SEAOC) Required by the International Building Code for High Seismic Zones

CCRR – Code Compliance Research Report – equivalent to ICC evaluation. This report provides National Product Recognition for Code Compliance

APPROVALS

  • MIAMI – DADE COUNTY FLORIDA BUILDING CODE – HURRICANE WINDS
  • CITY OF LOS ANGLES – MUNICIPAL BUILDING CODE – SEISMIC FORCES REQUIRED FOR INDOOR AND OUTDOOR INSTALLATION IN LOS ANGLES
  • CITY OF HOUSTON – HOUSTON BUILDING CODE – FIRE & STRUCTURAL REQUIRED FOR INDOOR AND OUTDOOR INSTALLATION IN HOUSTON.
  • CITY OF NEW YORK – MATERIAL & EQUIPMENT ACCEPTANCE – TOXICITY REQUIRED FOR INDOOR AND OUTDOOR INSTALLATION IN NEW YORK CITY.
  • STATE OF CALIFORNIA – LICENSED THERMAL INSULATION MANUFACTURER REQUIRED TO SELL PRODUCT IN CALIFORNIA
  • STATE OF OREGON – PREFABRICATED STRUCTURES REQUIRED TO SELL PRODUCT IN OREGON
  • STATE OF WISCONSIN – MATERIAL APPROVAL REQUIRED TO SELL PRODUCT IN WISCONSIN

STATE CERTIFIED MANUFACTURER OF MODULAR / COMPONENT STRUCTURES

This Certification is required to obtain and apply state labels to Pre-assembled Environmental Enclosures prior to shipping into the state. Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut,  Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin

MANUFACTURED LICENSED STATE CONTRACTOR

Alaska, Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina,  Tennessee, Utah, Virginia,   Washington, West Virginia

 

Command Center Construction Process

Tongue and sectional groove panels lock together quickly and to form virtually any desired size walk-in.
 Modular panels are easily disassembled to enlarge or relocate for future requirements.
To retain the cooling capability and add freezer space, use Tee sections and vertical panels to partition the walk-in. If space permits, another room could readily be combined to create a dual-temperature unit.<br />Tongue and groove panels are used in our modular construction, assuring a tight, secure fit. PVC gaskets on the interior and exterior edge of the “tongue” rail are permanently foamed-in-place – won’t pull out or “snake,” forms an even panel joint. Double return bend of the metal interlocks foam and metal for a rigid fit.

 

Cellular Command Center Testing  

 

Panels are tested and evaluated by UL for flame spread, and smoke-developed ratings. The panels under the UL file are R8160. The ratings you will find displayed on the UL label affixed to the panels. Door panel assemblies are also tested and evaluated by UL for various electrical requirements. The door panel assembly held under UL file E46140, and the listing mark appears on door panel assemblies. Modular panels and components come certified by independent testing laboratories for compliance with code requirements for flame-spread, smoke development, toxicity, and sanitation. The standard wind rating on this shelter at approximately 120 mph.  There are a couple of wall and ceiling stiffeners installed that will raise that considerable to over 150 mph. Final approval may be dependent upon the application and local codes. Landa can supply the backup data you need to get permission from most local, state and federal agencies.

 

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