Sun, Jul 08, 2012
Designed For Helos Flying EMS Missions
Helitowcart said Thursday it is adding a new set of options to its Heli-Carrier line to cater to specific needs of U.S. National Guard units operating Lakotas and EMS units operating EC145s. As most UH72 & EC145 missions are acutely time sensitive, the Heli-Carrier proves to be a great match for these emergency units. This powerful machine ensures quick attachment, effortless use, and high reliability for real life heavy duty applications.
In order to cater more closely to the specific needs of these organizations, Helitowcart has developed a number of new features. These include a powerful lighting system that extends autonomy for emergency night shifts. A new eight-battery power pack configuration that stretches range by 70 percent for intense use and a new high capacity battery charger for this beefed-up system. As well, in answer to military management back-up plan needs, Helitowcart developed a carrier towing kit that includes clean and easy oil bypass mechanisms and quick connect tow bar.
The Helitowcart team has made it part of its commitment to its customer base to adapt its solutions to particular operator needs whenever possible. This package of new options successfully makes UH 72 helicopter handling one more step closer to pure efficiency and safety.
(Image provided by Helitowcart)
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