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Military Trailers & Skids

AMS Global’s Omega J-series restroom skids are the most advanced in our world today. It does not take long when you start adding up AMS restroom skids features to recognize that obvious fact. Below is a partial list of reasons AMS Global restroom , toilet trailers and skids can make such a claim.

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.Jets™ Vacuum toilets are standard in each military skid toilet and restroom trailer. These are the same toilets that are in over 50% of the ships in the oceans today. Each toilet flushes on less than a quart of water. All waste go through Jets™ patented Vacuumarator™ pump which liquefies all solids. There solid reliability has led to many other commercial uses such as trains like Amtrak and even in prisons and universities.

  • AMS Global’s patented kneeling suspension is standard on each unit. This allows the restroom or shower trailer to lower all the way to the ground. Steps and platforms are no longer needed. Your liability drops dramatically.
  • Remote controlled leveling jacks are standard on each restroom trailer and can lift up to 16,000 pounds.
  • Standard 17.5″ 16 ply tires rated at 6000 pounds each.
  • Wet lubricated wheel bearings, 8 lug wheels and surge disc brakes are standard on each AMS toilet trailer.
  • Radius doors with obscure windows.
  • Each chassis is the same size allowing 2 AMS Global restroom trailers to fit in a 40′ high cube container.
  • 16,000 BTU A/C with heat Standard on each mobile toilet trailer.
  • Each tactical unit can run on on-board tanks use city water and pump direct to sewer. This restroom trailer or skid toilet can even pump its own tanks out!
  • All tactical restroom and trailer lights are LED rated at 30 years continuous burn.
  • Standard skids & trailers require only 20amps @ 110AC.
  • Retractable tongue tactical standard.
  • All metal and composite construction – NO WOOD!
  • AMS Global Military Restrooms and Shower Skids
  • THE PROVEN CHOICE OF FIRST RESPONDERS.

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Virginia National Guard Soldiers from the West Point-based 237th Engineer Company prepare for possible duty in response to Hurricane Irene in Onancock August 26 by staging vehicles, equipment and fuel. The Virginia National Guard has been authorized to bring up to 300 personnel on state active duty for possible missions including high water transport and light debris removal. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Andrew H. Owen, Virginia Guard Public Affairs)

Virginia National Guard Soldiers from the West Point-based 237th Engineer Company prepare for possible duty in response to Hurricane Irene in Onancock August 26 by staging vehicles, equipment and fuel. The Virginia National Guard has been authorized to bring up to 300 personnel on state active duty for possible missions including high water transport and light debris removal. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Andrew H. Owen, Virginia Guard Public Affairs)

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