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Aerial Machine & Tool’s AirTEP


When the only way is up and out, and it has got to be fast, Aerial Machine & Tool's AirTEP is the device helicopter rescuers need. Created for both military and civilian helicopter rescue operations, the innovative Airborne Tactical Extraction Platform is a compact, collapsible platform that carries up to 10 people and can be used to transfer cargo or equipment. AirTEP was designed and approved for multiple helicopter platforms and engineered for use in harsh environments on land or at sea.


Aerial Machine & Tool www.aerialmachineandtool.com Breeze Eastern Rescue Hoists


Spectrum Aeromed EMS Interiors


When it comes to life support solutions, Spectrum Aeromed goes above and beyond. They are recognized worldwide as one of the leading manufacturers of air ambulance equipment for all types of rotorcraft. What makes Spectrum Aeromed the best? Extensive research, design and engineering, lifetime customer support, and focus on users and patients. They design air ambu­ lance medical interiors for hospital programs, military branches around the world, multi­mission charters and private operators, as well as custom VIP emergency medical interior suites for exec­ utive aircraft and heads of state. Whatever your needs, Spectrum Aeromed is dedicated to providing a customized solution to meet your specific needs.


Spectrum Aeromed www.spectrum­aeromed.com


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The Breeze HS­20200 Light Weight, High Performance exter­ nal electric rescue hoist system represents the most demanded 28 VDC powered system for light­ medium and medium helicop­ ters. The HS­20200 system was introduced to the civillian heli­ copter market in the mid 1980s and was significantly upgraded in the late 1990s. The HS­20200 has been selected for installation on a series of well known helicopters for missions ranging from utility, fire fighting, police, EMS and dedicated SAR platforms.


Breeze Eastern www.breeze­eastern.com


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