This module is commonly referred to as the “shortbox”. It has unmatched flexibility and is especially suited for aircraft with limited floor space and can be configured for single- or multiple-patient transport. The 2200 Stretcher is specially designed with tapered corners to allow it to fit through narrow doors or aircraft with cabinets that restrict the turning radius of the Stretcher when loading or unloading. The short module base, which is unique to Spectrum Aeromed, contains all the components for critical care transports in a compact form — just 48” long by 17” wide and 10” high.
Bench Length 48″ (121.92 cm)
Width 17″ (43.25 cm)
Height 10″ (25.40 cm) to top of bench
Base Unit Weight 139 lbs. (63.05 kg)
Dual Air Pumps Air Pump Capacity (each) 11 lpm. @ 50 psi.
Vacuum Pump 14 lpm. @ 14 in hg.
Electrical Supply (2) 115 volt AC outlets (1) 28 volt DC outlet
Inverter several 115 volt AC and 230 AC volt options
Oxygen Supply 3,500 Liter
• Supply Outlets: Oxygen, Medical Air, Vacuum.
• Stretcher Fabric: Flame retardant, easy to clean and can be custom colored.
• Unique seat rail adapter allows for quick and easy conversion of the aircraft from executive to EMS configuration in approximately 15 minutes. The aircraft is easily used for multiple roles and eliminates time-consuming conversions. No special tools are required for the conversion.
• Fully adjustable backrest, thick foam pad, lightweight durable frame and expandable armrests which result in increased patient comfort. Expandable armrests make it easier to accommodate large patients or for medical crew to perform intubations.
• Patient monitoring devices and medical equipment can be secured to module using different models of equipment tables, bridges, and IV poles.
• Overhead/Medwall supply panel is movable along the length of the patient or fully removable. The Medwall features an exam light and second set of pneumatic outlets, keeping aisles free from clutter and equipment.
• Modular systems can be configured to secure a stretcher for adult patients or an infant transport deck for securing an incubator and cylinder housing for neonatal patients.