Product Spotlight - October 2020

Product Spotlight - October 2020

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Lang Specialty Trailers promotes the ADA Series of trailers

Setting up and cleaning portable restrooms trailers can be a challenging task, especially when under a time crunch for a special event. The more parts a trailer has, the higher the chance of leaving a part behind or losing an unsecured part when in transit. Designers at Lang Specialty Trailers heard this concern from PROs and designed the ADA Series to meet the challenge.

The ADA Series was created to meet the mandates of the Americans with Disabilities Act and provide easy access for individuals in a wheelchair or for older adults. It is suitable for a sanitation or rental company that frequently moves the trailer to different locations, as it includes a self-contained, easy-to-deploy ramp that can be set up quickly by a single technician.

“The ramp can be folded and stowed without the use of any tools and without any loose parts left over,” says Steve Ghrist, CEO of Lang Specialty Trailers. “It makes setup and teardown extremely fast, and you don’t lose any parts going from event to event.”

The ADA Series of trailers have frames designed to be hydraulically lowered via remote during install to shorten the length of ramp needed to access the ADA trailer cabin. The ADA units include all of the same features as the company’s PRO Series restroom trailers. They include seamless, gel-coated exterior and interior walls, roof and subfloor for easy cleaning and water resistance; a 1/2-inch-thick polypropylene waste tank; large, framed mirrors over the vanities; a 13,500 Btu air conditioner with heat strip; metered faucets; waterless urinals; and exterior and interior LED lighting. According to Ghrist, the waste tanks are located under the toilets, meaning they function by gravity rather than mechanical maceration.

“Not having a macerating pump means less maintenance and more capacity in the long run,” he says. “The ability to remove that and still make an effective trailer was a three-year journey, but it was something our customers repeatedly asked for.” 724-972-6590; 


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