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After a sweat soaked day working in a hazmat suit, event the most diligent and careful of aid workers are libel to make a mistake.  The rush to finally escape the hazmat prison creates contamination hazards and mistake prone environments. Easy to imp

After a sweat soaked day working in a hazmat suit, event the most diligent and careful of aid workers are libel to make a mistake. The rush to finally escape the hazmat prison creates contamination hazards and mistake prone environments. Easy to imp

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Robert commented on "De-Assembly Line" Hazmat Suit Removal System

Jab,

I think you and I are on the same page. My main goal is to create forced safety compliance with minimal change to the existing infrastructure that way the impact is immediate. I am not married to my solution. I think of it as more of a starting point to uncover constraints such as the ones you identified. I really like your update if we cannot have a linear de-assembly line and must use the existing tent layout. I think it would be exciting to iterate through multiple solutions in order to solve the user's needs.

Do you think that we could produce a system for gloves, hoods, goggles etc. that function in the same manner as the boot clip out?

Thanks for the feedback!