CONFINED SPACE MANIKIN



 

IDEAL FOR THE FOLLOWING TRAINING SCENARIOS: Confined space, Urban Search & Rescue (USAR), Road Traffic Collision (RTC), Mountain or Cave Rescue scenarios.

 

SPECIAL MATERIALS: Constructed from the same flame retardant material used in Police ballistic/stab vests, offering 4x the strength and abrasion resistance of 16oz canvas or P.V.C. (conforms to OEKO-TEX® Standard 100,  BS EN ISO 12947-2 & 14116: 2008).

 

High density polypropylene webbing (25mm rated to 207 Kg, 50mm rated to 440Kg).

 

FEATURES & BENEFITS:

 

• Manikin splits into smaller parts with no individual component weighing more than 25kg.

 

• Due to its detachable limbs it is easier to position in your rescue scenario, especially for training such as confined space.

 

• Anatomically correct weight distribution to give the ‘feel’ of an unconscious casualty.

 

• Strong webbing loop at the back allows easy handling, hauling aloft, storage and suspension for drying.

 

• Tough enough to withstand being buried under concrete or steel lintels, driven over by a 4x4 vehicle, or dropped from a 2nd floor window without damage (approx 4 meters).



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