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The aluminum alloy shovel stretcher adopts a separate rigid structure for transferring fracture and serious injury patients. The two ends are equipped with clutching devices to separate the stretcher into two parts. The aluminum alloy plates used for the stretcher are bendable by a ratio of about 1:90; therefore, even if you lose one or two plates, you can still use them as a stretcher.
The aluminum alloy scoop stretcher adopts a separate rigid structure for transferring fracture and serious injury patients. The two ends are equipped with clutching devices to separate the stretcher into two parts.
The aluminum has a very high strength-to-weight ratio, which means it is a very useful material in the construction of tools, such as scoop stretchers.
In order to help reduce fatigue at the end of the day, you can use a scoop stretcher to transfer your collapseers to a new location:
A scoop stretcher is a tool that helps you move around an area quickly and efficiently. It’s designed to help you lift objects, including people, up through narrow spaces so that they can be transferred back into their original position without complications. The scoop stretcher we are discussing here is a plastic one-person tool with metal handles which allows its user to lift objects as large as 10 kg (22 lbs) safely into place by simply pushing them up through a narrow gap.
The device comes in different sizes and shapes. However, there are only two different designs: one for one person with limited space and another for the transfer of several people at once (so-called “group stretchers”). While both designs have their advantages, the latter has more practical advantages such as its use in hospitals, military organizations or disaster relief operations by dozens or even hundreds of people simultaneously:
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