pectrum Aeromed announced today that the company plans to display at the European Helicopter Show (EHS) May 9-11.
Spectrum Aeromed, an AS9100 certified company, is a leading global designer and manufacturer of custom air medical and air ambulance equipment for fixed and rotor wing aircraft. The company is qualified to produce specialized life support solutions for air, ground and marine support applications. Spectrum Aeromed holds more than 60 Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) covering more than 400 models of aircraft. Spectrum Aeromed is headquartered in The United Sates in Fargo, ND with a 14,500-square-foot manufacturing facility.
Customization is at the core of Spectrum Aeromed products. The products’ versatility allows them to be used in both aircraft with small cabins and larger aircraft. Whether customers need a stretcher unit, a full medical wall with fully integrated life support systems or a patient loader system, Spectrum Aeromed will customize life support solutions to meet specific aircraft and fleet requirements.
Although widely known for their durable stretcher systems, Spectrum Aeromed also delivers defibrillators, and medical devices and integrates them on customized medical walls as turnkey solutions. The uniquely engineered products of Spectrum Aeromed allow customers to quickly convert corporate helicopters and jets to air ambulances in the event of an emergency. Spectrum Aeromed products give operators flexibility without sacrificing durability or efficiency.
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