O&H Vehicle Conversions launch new Box Body A&E Ambulance
Goole, East Riding of Yorkshire. Release: 20 September 2018
To celebrate 30 years of vehicle conversions, O&H has expanded into the Box Body Ambulance market.
We have developed an innovative box which is flexible in its design, so it can be mounted onto the vehicle chassis of the Ambulance Trust’s choice. This provides customers with even more flexibility when choosing a vehicle.
The body is constructed of light-weight aluminium, so it contributes to increased fuel-efficiency and lowered carbon footprint whilst the width of the box is minimized to ensure exceptional vehicle handling even when road space is limited.
Our electrical engineers have designed a unique control system within the vehicle that is bespoke to O&H. The modern design enables the system to be applied to any interior specification and be flexible to interfacing with different manufacturers base vehicle.
This new design reduces the electrical conversion time spent on a vehicle which in turn leads to an overall reduced conversion time. The modern system dimensions have reduced, lowering the cost of materials, this saving is then passed on to the customer.
The control unit powers various functions within the vehicle including the blue lights, sirens, warning buzzers and communications channels.
Alongside the updated unit design, there are also many space-saving features within the vehicle including smaller wheel boxes which means less intrusion into the rear space and the lightweight cupboards do not add unnecessary bulk.