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Evacuation Products

We are the OFFICIAL distributor for world renowned Company, and leading manufacturer of evacuation chairs and solutions, Evacusafe UK Ltd.  Our remit is to cover the sales, distribution, servicing and training throughout the USA.

All of Evacusafe’s products have been special designed by specialist engineers to ensure the highest of quality, safety and usability.  The specific use for all of our products is to enable the safe escape of any mobility impaired people from a multi-level building in an emergency situation.  People may suffer difficulty with mobility for a number of reasons, some examples are a physical or mental disability, an injury, a heavily pregnant lady or a bariatric person.

US Law states that EVERYONE should have the same chance of a safe escape from an emergency, such as a building fire.  This is where Evacusafe’s products come into play.

Evacuation Chairs

Evacuation Chairs have been specially designed to transport an evacuee along a flat floor as well as up or down stairs.  When in use on stairs, special traction tracks make the chair easy to manoeuvre.  The evacuee is strapped in for safety and the chairs provide comfort and security.

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Evacuslider Rescue-sheets

Evaclusliders are Evacusafe’s own brand of rescue-sheet.  They are essentially an ultra-modern version of the rescue-mattresses that have been used for many years in hospitals and care homes, to transport patients to a place of safety whenever required.  They are a thick, comfortable mattress, with and ultra-smooth underside, into which a patient is strapped and slid to safety.  They are ideal for narrow corridors, passageways and can also be used on stairways.

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Patient Transport Chairs

Patient Transport Chairs have been used for many years by all manor of health services.  They are sometimes referred to as Ambulance Chairs.  Their main use is to transport a patient across a flat surface, although they can be used to carry a patient up or down stairs with at least two assistant staff members.

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