Evacuation EMS HoverJack
The Evacuation EMS HoverJack device was specifically developed to meet the demands of EMS professionals. The Evacuation EMS HoverJack can lift and transport bariatric patients, as well as assist in extractions from the home environment, including down stairs. Four air chambers inflate to lift the patient from the floor in a seated or supine position, maintaining patient dignity and minimizing risk of injury to the crew by creating a no-lift environment.
The specially designed safety straps and foot-end pouch hold the patient securely while being transported down stairs, and the replaceable Teflon® coated bottom allows the device to be used across most surfaces. A weight capacity of 544kg for vertical lifting and 317kg for stairwell evacuations accommodates most patients.
When used in conjunction with the HoverMatt Air Transfer System, a seamless solution is presented for lateral transfer from bed or floor to the Evacuation EMS HoverJack , and on to the ambulance stretcher in preparation for transport. When inflated, a cushion of air beneath the HoverMatt reduces the force needed to move the patient by 80-90%, while also reducing patient skin shear and bruising.
If you are interested in purchasing, contact Statina Healthcare Australia via our contact page or call us on 1300 365 404.
Increased completed calls per shift generates more revenue due to faster transport times
Readily available bariatric equipment eliminates waiting time for additional personne
Tapered head end, adjustable inflation chambers and steering straps improve maneuverability around corners and down most stairwell
Removable support skirt with replaceable Teflon bottom allows device to be used across most surfaces
Emergency Medical Services
Top: Non-woven polypropylene fiber
Bottom: Nylon fabric
Water Soluble Perimeter thread (120°) – Thread in sewn handles is NOT
Straps: Cordura® fabric
1 per box
Compatible with HoverTech Air Supplies
MHHT-AIR2300 (Variable Speed – 230 V)
544kg for vertical lifting and 317kg for stairwell evacuations