Safety cushion SP 60 Rescue Products

Brand: Vetter

The only lifesaver for jump heights up to 60 metres (192 ft.).Win against fires in buildings up to 20 floors high! Narrow city streets or inaccessible courtyards are no longer a problem with the SP 60. Rescue trapped persons quickly and easily, even at scenes your team can't reach with aerial ladder trucks. Benefit from a number of features that make your job more efficient - and rescues safer: Two high-performance permanent blowers inflate the SP 60 within only 80 seconds. The clever two-chamber design and the innovative pressure compensation system ensure optimum impact deceleration. Practical: the quick action connection for blower attachment saves you valuable seconds. The design does without exposed seams on the underside of the safety cushion, preventing friction damage and avoiding unnecessary repairs.

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