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At the core of every rescue is patient care. As a rescuer, you take seriously your responsibility to assist the people who need your help. PMI understands the determination that drives you. That’s why we work hand in hand with our friends at Cascade, Skedco, and heightec®


and the safety of others, always at the forefront. to bring you gear that is designed with your safety, PAT IENT CARE LITTERS CASCADE RESCUE SPECIALIST LI T T ER


This litter is nothing short of a workhorse full of the best features. It is made with a tough, specially blended HDPE skin over a reinforced aluminum railing and also includes “soft-eye” lifting points. The bottom is smooth with two centrally located runners designed to slide over the most difficult terrain. Inside, the Rescue Specialist is fitted with the Trademark FastPax Rails with QuickTab Straps and then finished off with a foot stabilizer and durable foam padding for the patient. The Rescue Specialist Litter has a lift capacity of 2500 lbs. - yet weighs only 30 lbs.


Requires carabiners for proper use.


Key Features: Large grommetted holes for large carabiners • Rigid and scratch resistant shell • Heavy duty soft-eye harness attachment points • Heavy duty patient pad • Heavy duty foot stabilizer • UV Inhibitors • Aluminum top rail • Rated to 2500 lbs


Height: 5.00” (12.7 cm) » Width: 26.00” (66.0 cm) » Length: 86.00” (218.4 cm) » Weight: 30.00 lbs (13.610 kg)


PE42182 $724.95


Adjustable Foot Stabilizer


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PMIROPE.COM t 1-800-282-ROPE


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