- It goes up by pressing / pumping the pedals on both sides of the stretcher and goes down again by
lifting the pedals.
- The head part of the stretcher can lift up to 80 degrees and this movement can be easily done
thanks to the manually operated precision arm at the head.
- Siderails of the stretcher are one piece and can be opened and closed by pulling the lock mechanism
on the side of the lying surface.
- Siderails and parts of the stretcher at the head and foot end are completely covered with soft-feeling
polyurethane, iron in-mold supports are placed inside to increase durability.
- The lying surface of the stretcher is made of X-Ray permeable HPL (Compact Laminate). There is a
cassette slot under the stretcher. There is also a cassette holder on the head part.
- There are metal-supported plastic central brake pedals located four corners of the bottom of the
- The mattress cover of the stretcher is flexible, water-resistant, fire-resistant and air-permeable,
seamless and anti-bacterial.
- There is a grounding on the stretcher.
- There is a socket to connect the grounding when defibrators and other electronic devices are
- On the stretcher, there is a section on the carrier lower chassis where the oxygen tube will be placed
and the necessary tools and equipment can be stored.
- IV Pole
- Central Brake
- Oxygen Tube Holder
- Lying Surface Double Layer Compact
- Fifth Wheel