Mass Casualty Manikins



MASS CASUALTY TRAINING MANIKIN

A cost effective manikin when large numbers of casualties are required - they have little or no weight to them (approx. 4Kg) and would be perfect for a large, multi agency exercise where a large number of casualties//bodies are required to be seen but not necessarily rescued.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Constructed in a lightweight water resistant polyester and filled with flame retardant foam pieces - adult sized at 1.8m.
  • Anatomically correct so will accept any old clothing available to increase realism.
  • Strong enough to be buried under concrete or steel lintels with no damage - these manikins are tough!
  • Can withstand being driven over with a 4x4 vehicle and being dropped from a 2nd floor window onto a concrete floor with no damage.
  • Light weight allows them to be handled by any trainees - light enough to be placed in any situations very easily.
  • Light weight allows for easy storage (can be folded or vacuum packed) and transport.

Mass Casualty Manikin Brochure - (564 (KB))



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