Mon, Nov 28, 2005
Aero Medical Products
Mfg., Inc.(formally known as Egan Aviation) received its 327th
FAA/STC-PMA approval for their Advanced Life Support Stretcher
System. The newest approval is for the Lear 35 and 55.
A stretcher kit number 136-3 is an Advanced Life Support
Stretcher System that includes: a 750 watt 115vac or 220vac
inverter, 3500 liter oxygen system with a remote fill port, high
volume vacuum system, high pressure air compressor, loading ramp,
and a base with a sled (stretcher) that are all made of
“state of the art” lightweight aircraft material.
The entire system weighs less than 98 pounds.
The basic stretcher kit (part 136-0) is priced at
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