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Bannenberg & Rowell, of Incat Crowther Naval Architects, explains: "Ideally the vessel is suited to specific operational requirements: it has large and functional spaces on the main deck with the ability to carry a large amount of equipment, including supplies, tenders and supplies."In terms of layout, the Echo HSV project can be configured in several ways to meet different types of use, with possible features including: isolated and externally accessible medical treatment rooms, medical rooms, laboratory spaces, and medical supply storage spaces in a protected environment. In addition, even those who are concerned about any possible contamination on board can rest easy, as the ship’s specially configured HVAC systems can also provide 100% fresh air to the insulation premises to minimize this risk.The Echo HSV Project also benefits from a 40-tonne cargo capacity, as well as a specially integrated cargo bridge rail fastening system, with its ideal wide-body loading area for transporting large equipment.
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