There are many types of command cabinets that fulfill a specific mission for various emergency services sectors. The most common command cabinets fall into some common categories.
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Law Enforcement and SWAT
- Weapons Lockers Command Cabinets – These cabinets are designed to safely and securely transport and store law enforcement weapons.
- Command Board Command Cabinets – These cabinets are designed to make command posts more organized and efficient. Containing drawers, compartments and of course a command board.
- Parts and Command Cabinets – These cabinets are designed to hold small gear and equipment, such as ammunition, that will aid in a specific mission.
- Radio Panel Command Cabinets – These cabinets are designed to house any and all electronics that are needed for any given situation where communications are required. The radios mount to a panel which has room behind it for any wiring necessary.
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Fires & Rescue
- SCBA Command Cabinets – These cabinets are designed with an oxygen tank or fire extinguisher in mind. A large area is of the cabinet is intended to mount a SCBA bracket.
- Tool Board Command Cabinets – These cabinets are designed to hold tools that are required at specific scenes. Tool boards are pull out panels (often aluminum) where tools can be hung and easily accessed.
- Radio Panel Command Cabinets – The cabinets are designed to mount radios and electronics as needed.
- Emergency Medical (EMS) & Paramedic
- Back Board Command Cabinets – These cabinets are designed to carry injured patients from a crash scene that occurs in a remote area with rough terrain. A first responder will secure the patient to the flip back board which is part of the cabinet and transport them to a waiting ambubance.
- EMS Command Cabinets
- Temperature Control Command Cabinets
- Utility Sportsman and Outdoor
- Weapons Lockers Command Cabinets
- Work Station Command Cabinets
- Commercial & Industrial
- Storage Command Cabinets
- Aluminum Command Cabinets
Vehicle cabinet systems are used in almost every profession that uses vehicles as part of their jobs. First Responders and Emergency Services are just some of the industries that use vehicle cabinet systems.
Many commercial industries and professions use cabinet systems in their vehicles such as: