Multi Duty Training Manikins



DUTY TRAINING MANIKINS

Widely used by all EMS services, Police , Search and Rescue for multiple scenarios .

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Constructed in the same flame retardant Polyester (conforms to BS EN ISO 15025:2002, OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 and ISO 17050-1)  used in Police ballistic/stab vests - these manikins are tough!
  • Waterproof - suitable for first-line responder CBRN exercises as they can be easily cleaned and dried.
  • Anatomically correct, feels like an unconscious person - suitable for casualty evacuation training in 'hot zones and 'shooter active incidents'.
  • The neck provides the ability to fit an immobilisation/extrication collar - to promote proper casualty care.
  • Material has 4 times the strength and abrasion resistance of canvas or P.V.C - tough enough for any exercise!
  • Tough enough to be driven over with a vehicle or being dropped from 2nd floor window with no damage.
  • Realistic size and weight - suitable for forensic reconstruction and road traffic collision investigation.

Duty Range of manikins

PRODUCT DETAILS

We also offer a shorter adult manikin often preferred by some of our customers in Asia - these are offered at 1.7 metres and 30Kg, 50Kg and 70Kgs.

Note: These manikins will withstand temperatures up to 100°C - above this temperature or where 'flash-over' may occur, we recommend using our Fire House training manikin. The Duty model also has normal weighting so should not be used in deep water, for water rescue scenarios we advise that you use one of our Water Rescue manikins which are designed to float appropriately.



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