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For Sale: NBC/CBRN Shelters
This is a discussion on For Sale: NBC/CBRN Shelters within the Classifieds, Barter, Trade, Buy, Sell forums, part of the Survival Gear Reviews, Questions, Sell, Swap category; I have multiple brand-new Rainbow 36A Nuclear-Biological-Chemical (Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear) shelter sets for sale. Brand new in factory packaging. Tape has started peeling on ...
For Sale: NBC/CBRN Shelters
I have multiple brand-new Rainbow 36A Nuclear-Biological-Chemical (Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear) shelter sets for sale. Brand new in factory packaging. Tape has started peeling on two boxes. One has been opened for inspection and pictures (price can be lowered on this one).
The tents are rated for up to six adults each.
These sets include a 2x2.3 meter tent with blowers (air filtration units). The air filtration units can be powered by 110 VAC standard house current, and include a battery backup (the health of these batteries is not known).
Also available are hand bellows for after the batteries die.
Manufactured 03/2013, and their shelf life ended on 03/2013. However, the tents have been stored properly and the material is still very fit for use. See foot note regarding the Department of Defense definition for shelf life.
More info on this product line can be found at https://standeyo.com/News_Files/Gard...FilterUnit.pdf
Note that the exact tent unit pictured may vary in design.
These were sold to multiple governments for $5,000 each. Asking $3,000. Price negotiable.
E-mail (Gee, guess what was edited out because of the rules) for more details, pictures, or purchase inquiries. Perspective buyers are welcome to inspect and assemble in person (serious inquiries only please, I don't want to waste any of your or my time!).
Type: B6 0234
Capacity: Up to 6 persons
Nominal air-flow: 36 m^3/h (21 cfm)
Nominal overpressure: 50 Pa (0.2"WC)
Manuf. Date: 03/2003
Batch No.: 1463
Shelf Life: 03/2013
DoD Definition of Shelf-Life:
The total period of time beginning with the date of manufacture, date of cure (for elastomeric and rubber products only), date of assembly, or date of pack (subsistence only), and terminated by the date by which an item must be used (expiration date) or subjected to inspection, test, restoration, or disposal action; or after inspection/laboratory test/restorative action that an item may remain in the combined wholesale (including manufacture's) and retail storage systems and still be suitable for issue or use by the end user. Shelf-life is not to be confused with service-life (defined as, A general term used to quantify the average or standard life expectancy of an item or equipment while in use. When a shelf-life item is unpacked and introduced to mission requirements, installed into intended application, or merely left in storage, placed in pre-expended bins, or held as bench stock, shelf-life management stops and service life begins.)
Last edited by Denton; 10-18-2015 at 09:26 PM.
I have prepper forum memberships available for free for a limited time only. Read the forum first timer rules then go to the Intro Thread and post a little history about yourself and tell us why you are here. After you stick around a while and the seasoned members here can qualify you are not a socialist or demonrat, we might..... again I said might.... answer stupid questions like your first post here.
Please note that if we find out you are only a troll, or a hapless salesman, we will hunt you down and make an example of you.
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Hi Evan, welcome to the forum. Did you by chance read the rules? Announcements - Introduce Yourself There is also an introduction section Introduce Yourself The PF natives get restless when someone doesn't introduce themselves before trying to sell something.
Are you by chance preparing for something? Why do you have these tents? Why are you selling them?
I really need to type faster
Would you take $13.27?
Originally Posted by Evan5599
If the government paid $5000 for each one they probably have an actual value of about $800 each when factory new. Ever heard about the $600 hammer?
Last edited by 8301; 10-18-2015 at 09:08 PM.
Did Stan Deyo suggest you barge onto forums with this without reading the terms and rules?
The bartering forum is for members and not hit and runners.
Guess what is happening in a few minutes.
"Reality is almost always wrong."
Dr. Gregory House
Oooo, I love guessing games!!!
Originally Posted by Denton
Pick me, pick me!!!!
"Every normal man must be tempted, at times, to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats." - H. L. Mencken
I have $11,000.00 NBC resistant aluminum comm shelters that came with $35,000.00 worth of HF radios that I paid $250.00 each for.
What makes you think they are worth 3k? more likely $150.00.
I spent 7 years buying and selling DRMO surplus property, you are a scavenger at best.
Take you trade elsewhere, to some unsuspecting sucker.
Most here are wise enough to smell someone out.
By the by, you never even listed where the units are stored or which country you reside in. Units could be in a DRMO in the Mideast or California.
I could have bought plenty of surplus for pennies on the thousands of dollars but would have spent more that their worth getting them here.
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