Is to create mobile CBRN Decontamination and Personnel Hygiene Systems, that offer rapid deployment capabilities and are designed for use both behind front lines and urban conflict areas. Our advanced system not only maintains strict hygiene standards for military personnel, reducing the likelihood of infection and severe illnesses, but also functions as a standalone CBRN decontamination unit. AI-assisted procedures ensure personnel safety and optimize workflow efficiency.

Our Solution

Our product is a state-of-the-art modular decontamination unit designed to meet the hygiene requirements of military operations and extending its capabilities to the care of wounded personnel. This system supports the thorough cleaning of personnel, equipment and vehicles while specializing in CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear) decontamination tasks.

Designed with an emphasis on mobility and rapid deployment, the unit is compatible with standard multi-lift and hook-lift transport mechanisms. It facilitates quick setup near combat zones and can be integrated with existing military field hospitals. Tailored to perform both as an independent module and as part of broader military and civil response frameworks, the product is constructed with reference to EU standards for readiness against CBRN threats.

The unit has an advanced monitoring system that assesses the decontamination process. It features individual washing chambers capable of serving up to six users concurrently, all controlled by a central process manager through interface that allows for easy adjustment of operational modes based on the mission’s needs.

Featuring integrated AI, the unit offers intelligent support for decision-making and comprehensive system monitoring, contributing to enhanced functional oversight. It is equipped to operate via grid power or through a dedicated diesel-GenSet, ensuring uninterrupted power supply in diverse field conditions. Complemented by a rapid heating system for water and a HVAC system designed for extreme climates, the unit can perform in a broad range of environments.

The decontamination unit has a built-in capacity for 4 tons of water, making it capable of processing up to 60 individuals per hour while adhering to stringent hygiene standards. Its sophisticated water treatment setup features innovative separation and degradation technologies, enabling a sustainable closed-loop process that allows for the recirculation and reuse of water, achieving zero liquid discharge.

Our product is an integral field hygiene and decontamination system, designed for robustness and efficiency, ensuring military personnel operate in a sanitized and safe environment.

Length: 6.10m
Width: 2.56m
Height: 2.80m
Mass(empty): 13 ton
Mass(full): 18 ton

personnel throughput:
Regular showering: 72 p/h
CBRN Decontamiantion: 60 p/h

Equipment throughput:
Equipment: 36 units/h
Vehicles: 6 units/h

Water management:
On-Board storage tank: 4000 L
Water treatment: 4000 L/h
  Possible to connect to external water source    

Grid connection capapilities
On-Board Diesel Gen-Set
Up to 12h continious operation



The container's structural integrity is provided by a stainless steel frame, augmented by composite body panels for reduced weight and enhanced durability. Entry and egress are facilitated through bifolding doors equipped with service latches for maintenance access. Climate control is maintained via an HVAC system, and interior air quality is managed through integrated ventilation, ensuring the mitigation of moisture and odor accumulation. Privacy during decontamination processes is afforded by internal screens. For operational concealment, the design allows for the attachment of modular camouflage systems adaptable to varying terrains and environments. The unit includes an exhaust system that cools and dissipates gases to minimize thermal detection risks. Electromagnetic compliance is achieved through comprehensive shielding, and the container features non-conductive exterior components to reduce electromagnetic signature. Emissions control is implemented to lower the risk of SIGINT detection, and grounding and bonding features address electrostatic discharge concerns and protect against electrical hazards.


The interior is equipped with six individual shower stations for efficient personnel decontamination. An onboard tank holds a 4,000-liter water supply, designed for extended use without reliance on external sources. The water treatment system aims for zero liquid discharge (ZLD) by implementing separation, degradation, and advanced oxidation processes (AOPs), allowing for water recirculation and minimizing waste. An autonomous dosing mechanism precisely administers decontamination agents, while facilities for cleaning and drying equipment enhance operational readiness. Water management is facilitated through an integrated collection system for optimal water conservation. Air quality is secured by CBRN-level filtration, creating a safe internal environment. Rapid deployment capability is intrinsic to the container’s design, ensuring prompt field operability. Temperature is regulated by an independent water heater, providing consistent control critical to decontamination procedures. Water source compatibility is dual-faceted, accepting both internal reservoirs and external supplies. Contaminated water processing options align with environmental standards, and integral self-cleaning mechanisms automate maintenance.

External attachments

The exterior of the container is configured for comprehensive decontamination tasks, outfitted with a dedicated washing gate for vehicles and equipped shower cabinets for equipment decontamination. Capabilities include heating water to a maximum of 180°C and applying pressures up to 90 bar, essential for the effective removal of contaminants. Specialized cleaning attachments are provided for intricate areas of vehicles such as radiators and engines, alongside a variety of equipment. The exterior structure features a versatile, height-adjustable design to cater to diverse vehicle sizes and equipment forms. An integrated automatic detection and dosing system ensures optimized operational efficiency by adjusting the application of decontamination agents in both vehicle and equipment cleansing zones. The container's decontamination process involves a multi-stage approach: washing, rinsing, and appropriate containment of effluents to adhere to environmental management practices. For personnel decontamination, the design incorporates privacy screens and modular corridors that can be detached, promoting individual privacy without compromising the effectiveness of the decontamination process.


Keep in Touch!

At the heart of our project lies a vision for a safer, more secure world in the face of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) threats. We believe that progress is driven by collaboration and diversity of expertise.

For More Information and to Express Your Interest, Please Contact:

Mr. Kaupo Mikk: PM, Stakeholder Engagement Lead [kaupomikk@dhride.com] [+372 53449547]

Mr. Margus Tagasaar: Head of R&D [margus.tagasaar@dhride.com] [+372 56359819]


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