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The RAMFAN UB20 8-inch (20-cm) blower/exhauster delivers the highest CFM in its class
RAMFAN INTRINSICALLY SAFE BLOWER/EXHAUSTER
Designed to meet the challenges of hazardous atmospheres, the RAMFAN UB20xx 8-inch (20 cm) blower/exhauster comes with a 1/3-hp, 115 VAC motor, a Totally Enclosed Hazardous Location Motor rated TEAO X-Proof, with the enclosures rated XPAO.
Ramfan Manhole Entry Device (M.E.D.)
The M.E.D. allows workers to enter and exit small man-size openings while maintaining continuous ventilation.
Ramfan UB30 12″ High Volume Blower / Exhauster 115v
Confined Space Fan, Axial, 1 HP HP, Duct Dia. 12 In., Material UV and Chemical Resistant Polyethelyne, Blower/Fan Speed 3450 rpm, Maximum Flow in Free Air 2420 cfm, Voltage 115V, Amps 8, Color Yellow, Length 12 In., Width 16 In., Height 20 In., Standards CE, UL/CSA, 29CFR1910.146, IMPA 591403, Includes Fan and 15 ft. cord
Brands: DBI Sala
Retrieval Wristlets for Confined Space Rescue
Retrieval wristlets for confined space rescue, 2 ft. (0.6 m) in length.
Retrieval wistlets for confined space rescue
Attaches to victims wrists
Ideal for narrow extractions
Integral D-ring connection point for winch/SRL
Durable polyester construction
Compact and lightweight design
Brands: CMC RescueRead More
The SKED-EVAC® Tripod extends to ten feet high at the three anchors which are available to clip into.
Each of the anchors is anodized red for easy identification, and all are equally well centered to handle a load.
The anchors, header and legs are interconnected with stainless steel bolts to provide maximum strength. The header limits the distance the legs can spread. When at full extension this tripod allows you to bring the patient in a stretcher completely out of the hole.
It is rated to handle an NFPA rescue load. Included with the tripod is a chain which passes through the feet to provide greater strength and stability.
SKED-EVAC® Tripod Carrying Case
Vinyl transport bag for storing and carrying your Sked-Evac Tripod (SK-700).
This bag has a 9″ diameter and a 7’1″ length, and will make nearly any brand of tripod easier to carry.
Sked® Complete Rescue System
The Sked® Complete Rescue System combines the Sked Basic Rescue System SK-200-OR, the Oregon Spine Splint II (SK-300) and Sked Foam Flotation System (SK-600) in a single money saving package.
With this system you’ll be ready for any emergency rescue situation – on land, in the water, or in the air
Everything you need is fitted in a 9″ diameter by 36″ long stretcher bag (the same bag for SK-200) with the Oregon Spine Splint II stored inside. All the accessories will fit into two outside pockets.
SKYHOOK Rope Winch Only (w/Tripod Mount)
The SkyHook Tripod Winch is a portable version of the high-performance kernmantle rope-based winches found on the USCG Jayhawks and other rescue helicopters. The two-speed winch has a detachable handle for compact storage. The base plate connects to either the SKED-EVAC® or Hercules tripod for confined space applications. Tie-down holes allow the winch to be used in a variety of field rigging applications. Dual anchor points for rope grabs not only provide anchors for belay systems, but can be used to pull a two rope system. Tailing grip can be adjusted to accept most diameters of rescue kernmantle ropes. SkyHook Tripod Winch Systems adhere to the legendary standard of creative machined excellence of Russ Anderson. Patent Pending.
The rope size we recommend is 1/2″ or 11/12mm for live load activity and require a backup safety fall protection system when using the SK-2531winch system. For material raising and lowering a 7″16″ rope can be used for weights under 500 lbs. For material operations the system is limited to a maximum of 500 kg or 1100 lbs. The weight is also limited by the type and adjustment of the Tripod and or equipment used as an anchor point. Static Kernmantle rope or similar approved ropes under NFPA 1983 rope Standards.
The SK-2531 winch model has been tested above live load weights limits and that weight is 600 lbs. This weight coincides with NFPA1983, 1/2″ rope standards for Live Load Operations. We recommend preventing a shock load incident which could damage the equipment or lead to injury or death to the person on the rope system. Shock Load can be prevented byalways practicing proper rope management throughout the live load operations. Shock load can occur when any weight is lifted off of the ground or is suspended.
- Gear Ratio: 2.2 to 1
- Power Ratio: 13.5 to 1HIGH SPEED
- Gear Ratio: 6 to 1
- Power Ratio: 40 to 1
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