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Certified to ANSI Z359.1-1992
Patient packaging and extrication system combines the backboard immobilization of a short board with the suspension and support of a full body harness. The Spec Pak system utilizes an integrated polyethylene board along the back to reduce wear and create a smooth sliding surface for confined space operations. Grab handles located at the head and sides allow rescuers to better handle the patient package during movement through tight spaces. Extremely useful for any confined space operation where a vertical environment is encountered. In addition, the Spec Pak system is a lifting harness, thus eliminating the need for a separate victim harness. Unique self adjusting (sliding) cervical restraint eliminates the problems associated with lifting patients vertically while secured to a rigid backboard. Storage bag provided is equipped with shoulder and waist straps. Spec Pak is only intended as a limited spinal immobilization system. It must be used in conjunction with proper spinal immobilization such as the use of a cervical collar where conditions and protocols dictate. Designed by Spec Rescue International and Yates Professional.
The Spec Pak Lifting Bridle System is included with SPEC PAK (Spec Pak will not function in all lifting modes without the use of Lifting Bridles). Use of Lifting bridle is recommended for use in most lifting operations. The upper D ring attachment should only be used for short duration lifts 5-10 minutes .
The Spec Pak comes with two sets of forehead and chin restraint straps, one set is 2″wide velcro and one set is vinvy coated Nylon and foam. Both are easilly decontaminated. Replacement straps sold individually.
- Meets ANSI/OSHA Class III harness standards. Spec Pac has a 400 lb WLL/SWL 1.77kN
- Combat Medical Systems XCollar universal one size adjustable cervical collar included
- Storage bag has top connection point for lowering and single shoulder strap for carying the Spec Pak.
- Vertical lifting and horizontal dragging D-Ring on the Spec Pak has been reinforced with abrasion resistant material to reduce webbing wear when Spec Pak is exposed to extended dragging situation on concrete.