Stretcher & Stretcher Loading Systems
During our past experience Aersolution team members are experts in the field of Air Medical Transport especially for stretcher and stretcher loading system. Aersolution worked for leading EMS interior companies and also developed and STC’ed its own stretcher systems.
EC145 Stretcher System
For an EMS System provider, Aersolution designed, developed, tested and produced a lightweight Stretcher with an easy to use stretcher loading platform.
The system is designed to withstand highest load required by CS 29 regulation and allows REAR loading as well as SIDE loading of the stretcher in an EC 145.
Adjustable backrest and specially shaped rear loading guiding wedge are other features of this interesting product.
Quick change Patient evacuation System
With the Quick change Patient evacuation System the AW109 rotorcraft can be modified to accommodate a quick removable patient evacuation system, on the left-hand side of the cabin at the place of two seats.
The installation consists of a box attached to the existing seats attachments, with three storages (two outboard, and 1 inboard forward) for miscellaneous medical equipment’s and one (aft inboard) for the relocation of two life vests.
It includes an interface support to the existing AFT VIP Seat and one foldable leg which will be installed on top of the existing seat track. The Quick Change Patient Evacuation Kit is equipped with a leg belt and a 4 point shoulder harness.
The attachments (forward legs, aft structure and belting attachments) are made of metallic parts. The storage box is made of sandwich panels and offers space for medical equipment and carry-on items.
As a special feature can be mentioned that no modification of the primary structure is required for the installation of the kit.
The Aersolution Porter is a new generation Stretcher System based on the Roll In concept. The Porter System consisting of a light weight stretcher, detachable from a low profile, light weight stretcher cot and an Aircraft retaining system.
An integrated multifunction bay in the stretcher allows the installation of additional equipment. i.e automated CPR
The system is designed for maximum load and to the maximum width to carry obese patients. The use of aviation approved material to assure reproducibility of the system under controlled STC’ed processes.
The stretcher cot can be operated manually but has been also designed, that an alternative electrical actuation can be installed.
Beside the aircraft retaining interfaces, the stretcher system can be equipped with all common Road Ambulance interfaces to allow easy and seamless Patient handling.
This project is launched and ready for the prototype phase awaiting launch customer.