AeroClave Distribution Port Technology

ADP

RDS 3110

AeroClave RDS + ADP = Safety

Improve safety and increase the productivity of your AeroClave equipment with ADP Technology

Plug-and-play method to connect an extensive array of accessories for the delivery of disinfectant.


AeroClave’s™ ADP technology provides an easy, plug-and-play method to connect an extensive array of accessories for the delivery of disinfectant. Every AeroClave RDS unit has at least one ADP as standard equipment, with optional models equipped with up to six (6) ADPs for even more flexibility. This allows for one system to decontaminate up to 6 different rooms or vehicles simultaneously.


The integrated ADP allows you to connect your AeroClave RDS to a number of optional devices to allow for both manual hand-application or remote-head fogging.


Install ADPs in rooms or vehicles, allowing you to connect your AeroClave RDS unit directly to an enclosed area. Ports connect to spray heads that are permanently mounted in the treatment area, which eliminates excess manual labor and exposure in contaminated areas. AeroClave's automated process ensures consistent operation and results. Perfect for the patient compartment of an ambulance.


ADP kits are available for easy, cost-effective installation by both OEMs and after-market installers. Kits are compatible with all AeroClave systems.


The AeroClave Portable Applicator (APA) allows for both manual hand-application or remote-head fogging. This accessory comes with a spray gun attached to a 25' cable for maximum coverage. Use for hand spray to spot treat high contact surfaces or mount on an optional tripod to fog irregularly-shaped areas.

BENEFITS

  • Easy to install - under 30 minutes

  • Compatible with all AeroClave RDS systems

  • Eliminates excess manual labor

  • Eliminates staff exposure in contaminated areas

  • Ensures consistent operation and results

  • Decontaminates even hard-to-reach surfaces

Typical ADP Applications

Simply plug-and-play with any AeroClave RDS.

The APA allows for both manual hand-application to spot treat high contact surfaces and remote-head fogging.

APA

HAND APPLICATOR

The APA allows for both manual hand-application to spot treat high contact surfaces and remote-head fogging. This accessory plugs directly into the RDS using our simple ADP connector.  The APA comes with a spray gun attached to a 25' cable for maximum coverage.

ADP-PT

Designed for Type I & III Ambulances

The ADP-PT is to be installed into an exterior compartment.  The assembly includes a built-in 8-foot hose with plug-and-play fitting to easily connect to your RDS 3110.  Hose is always on-board when needed.

The ADP-PT is to be installed into an exterior compartment.
The ADP-Ex is designed for those vehicles without an exterior compartment or if you have the need for a flush-mounted solution.

ADP-Ex

Designed for Type II Ambulances

The ADP-Ex is designed for those vehicles without an exterior compartment or if you have the need for a flush-mounted solution.

ADP-CC

Designed for crew cabs

The ADP-PT is designed to allow the RDS to decontaminate the crew cab of fire engines, ladder trucks and other vehicles.

Perfect for ANY Enclosed Area

Ambulances

Ambulances

Command Vehicles

Command Vehicles

Patrol Cars

Patrol Cars

Fire Engines

Engines

Bunkrooms

Bunkrooms

Jail Cells

Jail Cells

Locker Rooms

Locker Rooms

Busses

Busses

How does ADP Technology work?

An ADP port can be installed into most vehicles and facilities to ensure consistent results and eliminate staff exposure

The ADP Ports provide a direct, plug-and-play connection to a nozzle assembly that is permanently mounted in the patient compartment.

Example: we will use the ADP-PT vehicle port installed into an exterior compartment of a Type III ambulance.

The ADP Port provides a direct plug-and-play connection to a nozzle assembly that is permanently mounted in the patient compartment.  The ports are a cost-effective option to be used in conjunction with your RDS 3110 to decontaminate the interior of the ambulance using AeroClave’s hands-free disinfectant system.


How does it work?
Connect the ADP hose between the port and your RDS 3110. Open all interior cabinets and close the exterior doors.  Set the RDS to AMBULANCE MODE and push the start button. The process virtually eliminates the human element of disinfecting, allowing for consistent results.  

Best of all, it’s all done in less than 20 minutes.

ADP-PT in Action

ADP Kit Specifications

ADP-PT Port Kit

Designed for Type I & III Ambulances

* Maximum treatment area: 700 cubic ft.

* Hose assembly dimensions: (L) 9in x (W) 4.25in x (D) 2.75in

* Hose length: 8 ft. with plug-and play connection

* Nozzle assembly dimensions: (L) 1.5in x (W) 1.5in x (D) 2.25in

* Material: Stainless steel and plastic

P/N ADP-PT

ADP-Ex Port Kit

Designed for Type II Ambulances

* Maximum treatment area: 700 cubic ft.

* ADP panel mount dimensions: (Dia) 3.0in x (D) 2.5in

* Exterior cover dimensions: (L) 4.75in x (W) 3.75in x (D) 1.25in

* Nozzle assembly dimensions: (L) 1.5in x (W) 1.5in x (D) 2.25in

* Material: Stainless steel and plastic

P/N ADP-EX

ADP-CC Port Kit

Designed for crew cabs

* Maximum treatment area: 700 cubic ft.

* ADP panel mount dimensions: (Dia) 3.0in x (D) 2.5in

* Exterior cover dimensions: (L) 4.75in x (W) 3.75in x (D) 1.25in

* Nozzle assembly dimensions: (L) 1.5in x (W) 1.5in x (D) 2.25in

* Material: Stainless steel and plastic

P/N ADP-CC

APA 

Hand Applicator

* Spray gun applicator with 25’ hose

* ADP connector to integrate with RDS

* Tripod compatible (Tripod is not included)

P/N APA25

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