The Duramate Double™ Pod is a 2 to 4 person sized meeting pod, featuring a perfect plug and play, inmate meeting & conferencing solution, for both virtual & in-person court hearings, visitations and telehealth.
Featuring our unique TuffShield™ Prison Package, the Duramate™ Double Pod consists of robust, modular construction to withstand abuse.
The Duramate ™ Double comes standard equipped with power, data, lighting, as well as an optional meeting table, lounge configurations and or stools.
All Duramate™ pods feature our proprietary Quietflow™ airflow system (patent pending), providing a consistent fresh air flow through uniquely designed channels to maintain acoustic properties and minimize any sound transmission.
The Duramate™ Single also offers our optional FireShield™ (patent pending) fire suppression system, to meet NFPA sprinkler and building codes while maintaining the modularity of the pods.
Exterior Size: (approx dimensions)
48”d x 85”w x 85”h
A proprietary blend of durable materials featuring impact resistant, robust and heavy-duty hardware and cleanable surfaces.
FireShield™ (Patent Pending) is a heat-activated fire suppression technology available in all our PODs, ensuring fire codes are met while maintaining modularity and flexibility to relocate units.
Duramate™ Pods are easily cleaned and disinfected with standard commercial cleaners used in Correctional and Industrial Facilities for occupied areas that are considered non antimicrobial. With durable surfaces of powder coated steel, fire resistance panels and cleanable glass, our pods can withstand frequent cleaning. We can provide more detailed information for each type of surface cleaning upon request.
We built our PODs as modular units that are Plug & Play. The assembly process is simple and well described in the provided manual, but if you wish we can ship them pre-assembled as well. We try to avoid this step to save you money on the shipping costs, but we do allow you to make your own choice.
Different environments affect the Pods differently. From our testing, we achieved a decrease of 20-40dB. The louder the environment the bigger the decrease in overall volume was experienced. To put it in plain words, 40dB is the noise level in a quiet library, and 80dB would be the sound of an alarm clock in the morning.