FERNO Mobile Transporter™ - 35-A

FERNO Mobile Transporter™ - 35-A

  • The 35-A Mobile Transporter X-Frame Ambulance Cot provides exceptional value for x-frame users.
  • The 35A weighs only 74 lbs and has a record of dependability with over 20 years of use by EMS services all over the world.
  • A full range of options and accessories enhance patient care and help reduce situations that may lead to patient or operator injury.
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  • The 35-A Mobile Transporter X-Frame Ambulance Cot provides exceptional value for x-frame users.
  • The 35A weighs only 74 lbs and has a record of dependability with over 20 years of use by EMS services all over the world.
  • A full range of options and accessories enhance patient care and help reduce situations that may lead to patient or operator injury.

Specifications

BENEFITS:

  • Lightest cot available with a 500 pound (227 kg) load capacity, built-in shock frame and fully adjustable gas-assist backrest to enhance patient care
  • Sturdy X-frame undercarriage is easily raised by second EMT during loading
  • Dual ratchet bar adjustment mechanism is simple to operate and permits eight levels of height adjustment
  • Safety U-bar and hook holds the Mobile Transporter at the rear of the ambulance during unloading as undercarriage is lowered to the ground
  • Low foot-end lifting frame enables shorter EMTs to get better leverage when lifting the Mobile Transporter Head-end drop frame and foot-end lead handle for improved EMT control/maneuverability
  • Adjustable backrest angle from 0 to 75 degrees allows patient to be in a comfortable position
  • Built-in shock position permits instant change in patient positioning by elevating feet 15 degrees (approximately 10"") without compromising patient's breathing"
  • Improved lubrication-free, easy-roll wheels allow for greater cot mobility


FEATURES:

  • X-Frame Loading Style
  • Fold Down Drop Frame
  • Foot End Lead Handle
  • Easy-Pull Release Handle
  • Side Release Handle
  • Lubrication Free
  • Easy Roll Wheels
  • 8 Bed Positions
  • Two Loading Heights
  • Backrest Adjusts 0-75 Degrees
  • Gas Assist Backrest
  • One Hand Swing Down Sidearms
  • Safety U bar and Hook
  • Tubular Aluminum Construction
  • Tested to Industry Standards
  • Lightweight
  • Built-in Shock Frame
  • 175 Fastener Compatible


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BENEFITS:

  • Lightest cot available with a 500 pound (227 kg) load capacity, built-in shock frame and fully adjustable gas-assist backrest to enhance patient care
  • Sturdy X-frame undercarriage is easily raised by second EMT during loading
  • Dual ratchet bar adjustment mechanism is simple to operate and permits eight levels of height adjustment
  • Safety U-bar and hook holds the Mobile Transporter at the rear of the ambulance during unloading as undercarriage is lowered to the ground
  • Low foot-end lifting frame enables shorter EMTs to get better leverage when lifting the Mobile Transporter Head-end drop frame and foot-end lead handle for improved EMT control/maneuverability
  • Adjustable backrest angle from 0 to 75 degrees allows patient to be in a comfortable position
  • Built-in shock position permits instant change in patient positioning by elevating feet 15 degrees (approximately 10"") without compromising patient's breathing"
  • Improved lubrication-free, easy-roll wheels allow for greater cot mobility


FEATURES:

  • X-Frame Loading Style
  • Fold Down Drop Frame
  • Foot End Lead Handle
  • Easy-Pull Release Handle
  • Side Release Handle
  • Lubrication Free
  • Easy Roll Wheels
  • 8 Bed Positions
  • Two Loading Heights
  • Backrest Adjusts 0-75 Degrees
  • Gas Assist Backrest
  • One Hand Swing Down Sidearms
  • Safety U bar and Hook
  • Tubular Aluminum Construction
  • Tested to Industry Standards
  • Lightweight
  • Built-in Shock Frame
  • 175 Fastener Compatible


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