Compact HMH Stretcher, SKEDCO 752507 Designed For Rescuers
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|Sub Cat 1||EMT and Rescue Supplies|
|Sub Cat 2||Stretchers|
|Size / Purpose||Designed For Rescuers|
|Item Wgt (KG)||6.1|
|Application||For Rescue & Life Safety Uses|
|Product Availability||Standard Lead time of this Product is 3-4 weeks|
Compact, de contaminable, durable and adaptable, the HMH Sked Stretcher is ideal in mass-casualty and hazardous materials incidents. It can be dragged over virtually any terrain including stairways and can be rapidly deployed by one person. Made of medium-density polyethylene plastic, the HMH Sked withstands high temperatures and is unbreakable as low as 120 degrees Fahrenheit below zero.
Mass Casualty Incidents: The HMH Sked can be stored flat on pallets with the straps packaged separately, which allows quick movement of a large number of stretchers to an incident with a large number of patients, such as a plane crash or explosion. Pallets of 50 to 200 HMH stretchers can be moved by truck or airlifted by helicopter to facilitate the rapid movement of patients.
Haz-Mat Incidents: Doing anything in Level A and B protective suits is difficult. The HMH Sked allows a patient or a downed rescuer to be quickly rolled onto the stretcher and pulled out of the hot zone by rescuers a rope length away. Polypropylene straps are resistant to chemicals and the two-inch side-release buckles are easy to operate even with thick gloves.
Additional Skedco Products
If this Skedco product does not fit your needs, CMC carries others that may. Other Skedco products CMC has offered are the SKED-EVAC Industrial Tripod, Sked Tripod Winch Bracket, Skedco Oregon Spine Splint II, Half-Sked Patient Drag, Sked Stretcher Flotation System, Sked Basic Rescue System with or without Cobra Buckles and the SKED-EVAC Aluminum Cobra Buckle Conversion Kit itself. Skedco’s aircraft-grade aluminum SKED Tripod and Skedco’s plastic stretcher, litter products can be utilized in many technical rope rescue and industrial rope access operations in confined space, search and rescue (SAR), fire rescue, air operations, swiftwater, urban rescue (USAR) and work at height.