This Basket Litter Stretcher comes with an aluminum frame and a plastic shell

FBLS-STD - Standard Model features:

  • Consists of frame, shell and straps only
  • Used with backboard (Items 26163, 26454 or 26455)
  • Can be used with lifting bridle set (Item 26611)
  • Litter frame supports in excess of 1,136 kg (2,500 lbs)
  • Working range temperature: -50° Celsius to 82° Celsius (-60° Fahrenheit to 180° Fahrenheit)
  • Dimensions: 206 x 63.5 x 20 cm (81" x 25" x 8"); weight: 18 kg (40 lbs)

FBLS-DLX - Deluxe Model features:

  • Full body restraint system for handling and extrication procedures
  • Provides complete protection and minimizes transmitted shock and impact to the patient, even when carried through brush, rough terrain, ice or snow
  • Patient can be moved in any position with added security and minimal discomfort
  • Consists of: basket litter complete with lightweight aluminum frame; spring suspended, vinyl-coated nylon bed insert; security envelopment system; three restraining straps; heavy-duty polyethylene shell
  • Double security envelopment system consists of: nylon shoulder straps; patient over-flaps; adjustable, padded pelvic support harness; head and chin immobilizing flaps with harness; three back-up side release securing straps; nylon foot and ankle straps; four nylon lifting straps; and a large storage pocket
  • Bed insert may be used with spinal backboard (Items 26163, 26454 or 26455), splints and mast trousers
  • Litter frame supports in excess of 1,136 kg (2,500 lbs)
  • Capacity of nylon lifting straps: 1,818 kg (4,000 lbs)
  • Working range temperature: -50° Celsius to 82° Celsius (-60° Fahrenheit to 180° Fahrenheit)
  • Dimensions: 206 x 63.5 x 20 cm (81" x 25" x 8"); weight: 18 kg (40 lbs)

FBLS-C - Dust Cover

  • 100% vinyl stretcher case with two reinforced nylon webbing handles
  • Case keeps stretcher clean and protected from harmful elements
  • Unzips 3/4 of the way around its circumference to allow for easy access

Basket Litter Stretcher

Sku: FBLS-STD


Related Items