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PAT IENT CARE


LITTERS CASCADE PROFESSIONAL SERIES T I TANIUM


When the best possible combinations of high strength and light weight are your priority, choose a Cascade Titanium Litter. The most advanced features of any rescue litter available today. Saving 12 lbs over the stainless steel model, this litter is designed for the demanding professional.


Key Features: Titanium frame • 4 Articulating Lift Points • 3/4” frame and supporting cross members and 3/8” secondary railing • Integral backboard • UV resistant polyethylene mesh liner • Tapered or rectangular shape • One or two piece, two piece version uses the FastLock System • Available with PMI®


FAST (page 101) installed Height: 6.25” (16.0 cm) » Width: 25.50” (64.8 cm) » Length: 83.00” (211.0 cm)


One Piece Weight: 18.00 lbs (8.160 kg) » Weight with PMI®


Tapered


Tapered w/ PMI® Rectangular


FAST Rectangular w/ PMI® FAST Tapered


Tapered w/ PMI® Rectangular


USA MADE FAST Rectangular w/ PMI® FAST


PE42099 PE42118 PE42141 PE42149


Two Piece Weight: 19.00 lbs (8.610 kg) » Weight with PMI®


PE42095 PE42117 PE42142 PE42150


BERRY COMPLIANT


FAST: 19.00 lbs (8.610 kg) $2,035.00


$2,280.00 $2,035.00 $2,280.00


FAST: 20.00 lbs (9.070 kg) $2,530.00


$2,775.00 $2,530.00 $2,775.00


CERTIFIED NFPA 1983


Choose the PMI® Installation is free!


FAST (page 101) system with any of the Cascade Litters.


Each Cascade Litter includes Articulating Lift Points (ALP’s) for either horizontal or vertical lifts. Rated for 2000 lbs each, the ALP’s can rotate about the top rail and be used for virtually any load bearing work. (Patent Pending)


All Cascade Litters have been tested to meet a minimum working load strength of 2500 lbs in a four point harness from the railings.


CASCADE RAPID E X TRICAT ION DE VICE


The Cascade Rapid Extrication Device or “RED Sled” is unlike other products advertised for Rapid Exit, RIT, or Confined Space. The RED Sled features a tough, rigid outer shell made to take the most brutal abuse. Extremely light and versatile, the RED Sled operates as a Confined Space mechanism for extrication of patients from burning/collapsing buildings, boilers, and other industrial confined spaces, and all locations difficult to reach with conventional equipment. Capable of being dragged across the most abusive surfaces, (rebar, crushed rock and block, glass, etc.) and will withstand extremely high temperatures. The RED Sled includes the Cascade Rescue Patient Protection System, which quickly and easily allows the Rescuer to package and immobilize the patient for rapid transport. Properly packaged, a patient may even be lifted into a completely vertical orientation.


Key Features: Stainless Steel rail and hand laminated composite • 1 Articulating Lift Point • Rescue Patient Protection System for secure transport and vertical lift • Meets UL Flame Tunnel Test


Height: 5.00” (12.7 cm) » Width: 21.00” (53.3 cm) » Weight: 12.00 lbs (5.440 kg) » Length: 42.00” (106.7 cm)


PE42180 USA MADE $699.95 BERRY COMPLIANT The RED Sled in use.


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