Evacuation chairs. A comparison sheet to check out the strengths of each model at a glance
Increasingly technological evacuation chairs with high standards of safety matched by innovative design to satisfy new aesthetic requirements. They are light, easy to manoeuvre, and safeguard the patient with straps that keep him safe during a descent,
with the help of self-braking slide systems. Some models have a telescopic back rest and retractable handles.
|material||height when open||height when folded||width||thickness when folded||weight||load capacity|
|Stryker Stair-Pro® Model 6252||aluminium||95 cm||52 cm||20 cm||14 kg||227 kg|
|Evac+Chair IBEX TranSeat 700H||stainless steel||110 cm||40 cm||46 cm||36 cm||14.5 kg||159 kg|
|Spencer Skid Ready||aluminium||159 cm||149 cm||55 cm||33 cm||14 kg||150 kg|
|Exit-Master Versa Elite New MKII Model||107 cm||54 cm||21 cm||14 kg||150 kg|
|Ferno Ez Glide Model 59 T||130 cm||52 cm||69 cm||15 kg||227 kg|
The choice of materials, mainly stainless steel and aluminium, is determined by the need for a lightweight product. Easy to open and close, the latest generation of evacuation chairs take up very little space while offering high levels of functionality. In the event
of an emergency, evacuation operations can be carried out rapidly, without risk to the patient.