|Place of Origin:||Zhangjiagang,China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1unit|
|Packaging Details:||Packed in carton firstly,and then reinforced with wooden case for outer packing|
|Delivery Time:||30 working days after received your payment|
|Payment Terms:||T/T or western Union|
|Supply Ability:||3,000pcs per month|
|Size:||1840*460*50mm||Carton Size (1pc/carton):||1860 * 480 * 70mm|
|Loading Capacity:||159kg 350LBS||G.W.:||8.5kg|
|Colour:||Orange||Material:||Highly Tough Polyethylene|
Immobilization scoop stretcher,
8.5kg scoop stretcher,
350LBS patient transfer stretcher
Emergency Rescue Plastic X-Ray Immobilization Spine Board With Straps
This spine board with safety belts is made of durable HDPE material with no discharge contaminator, and is resistant to wear. It is a floatable device, and is X-Ray translucent. This model is compatible with most head immobilization devices and strap mechanisms. The spine board is mainly used by hospitals, sports events, ambulance services and outdoor activities for safe patient handling in the event of an accident. Spinal board for rescue made of unbreakable polyethylene. It has been designed for emergency situations on the beach, on the open sea or the mountain. It is leightweight and easy to transport.
* The displacement is large, and the overall volume reaches 0.04m³. It can float an adult in the normal temperature water, which greatly reduces the difficulty of rescuers on the water, and is convenient for rescuing the wounded faster.
* Spinal fixation set includes a neck support, head fixation and spinal fixation plate, the product is generally equipped with three ties.
|Carton Size (1pc/carton)||1860 * 480 * 70mm|
1)The stretcher is molded by HDPE material without pollution release, with built-in carbon fiber, PU foam filler.
2) It can float on water and can be used in X-ray and CT scan.
3) Equipped with safety belts. It can use together with spider strapes;
4)It can be used with head immobilize at the same time;
5)It is suitable for patient with head, hip, pelvis and spine injures.
Contact Person: Marisol Ruby Chen