The RS1935 shelter meets the state of California in FPA 701 and the Canada flame retardant standards and is ISO certified.
The RS1935 structure requires very few tools and no heavy equipment. We recommend you have a rubber mallet, a broom, a shovel, a rake and a minimum six foot ladder to aid in the assembly. We recommend a minimum of four personnel for assembly.
Watch the full process in this full tutorial.
Disassembly Tutorial Video
RS1935 Rapid Deployment Shelter
To disassemble the RS 1935 shelter, reverse the process used during the assembly. It is very important to fold up the insulation and fabric the way that it was folded and packed originally to avoid any damage to the insulation or fabric.
Care should be taken with packing the aluminum structure components so that the components are not damaged in storage or transit.
Watch the full process in this full tutorial video.