Yellow high-density polyethylene shell, supported by a stainless steel outer rail, permanently attached with stainless steel semi-tubular rivets. Features molded runners, fully exposed outer rail, non-absorbent foam pad secured to stretcher and four patient restraint straps.
Ideal for unusually rugged rescue situations such as industrial, mining or construction. Patent Pending. DIMENSIONS: 84-1/2″ L x 24″ W x 7-1/2″ H WEIGHT: 31 lbs. LOAD CAPACITY: 1200 lbs.
For use with the 300 Series Stretchers. Standard Length 5'. Extra length available.
Same as the JSA-300 with the addition of a wood rack through back of trunk section and a strap adjusted foot rest.
Nylon web straps at chest, abdomen, thigh, and calf. Adjustable footrests for vertical lifting. Frame is 5/8" steel tubing; cross braces and runners 3/16" x 3/4" flat steel. Basket is 18 gauge, 1" hexagon mesh netting.
Flotation Collar – Attaches to any stokes type stretcher – easily attaches with hook and loop type fasteners
Designed to rescue injured persons from locations where lengthy foot travel is mandatory.The stretcher breaks into two halves which can be back-packed to the point of rescue and assembled in seconds.
It can be secured to a standard back-pack for carrying. Three positive lock clamps secure two halves together. Four 60″ web straps are standard. Stores in space 44″ x 12″ x 24″. WEIGHT: 34 Ibs.
The same construction as the Plastic Stretcher. Designed to rescue injured persons from locations where lengthy foot travel is mandatory. The stretcher breaks into two halves which can be back-packed to the point of rescue and assembled in seconds.
Positive-locking quick-release pins secure two halves together. Four straps are standard. DIMENSIONS: 84-1/2″ L x 24″ W x 7-1/2″ H WEIGHT: 32 lbs. LOAD CAPACITY: 1200 lbs.
PVC coated mesh promotes fluid drainage. Full length heavy-duty zipper. Six loop carry handles.
Designed to gently maneuver stretcher under patient without rolling or lifting. Dimensions: 66.25"x17.5"x2.56" at full size and 49.5" x 3.5" when collapsed. The immobilization of the patient in the position found, minimizes the ri