Full Video – Rigloo Rescuer – wait for definitive care
The Rescuer – short clip – The wait, WITH shelter and without
Demonstration of Rescuer Shelter in the field @ ATTAC
Rescuer Shelter inflation, deflation and re-pack
Rescuer Shelter with a stretcher
RESCUER EMS SHELTER SPECIFICATION
The Rescuer shelter rapidly deploys to provide warmth and comfort to both casualty and crew. Supporting First Responders to improve the outcome, in resource-limited environments.
The Rescuer will provide privacy and prolonged field care whilst protecting from the toughest environmental conditions which can increase risk of the Lethal (Trauma) Triad of death.
From Roadside to Hillside, Desert to Tundra or Jungle to Urban environments, we’ve got you covered and surrounded!
We recommend a trial run before using any of our shelters for the first time. This will allow you to familiarise yourself with its set up and any limitations it may have for your particular use.
> Width: 1.6m
> Height: 1.2m
> Length: 2.6m
> Doors: 2 + Mosquito Nets: Mesh 40D Polyester D33 45g/m2
> Windows: 6
> Flysheet: Polyester Ripstop® 68D 210T, Orange / Blue
> Groundsheet: Nylon 210D, Detachable with Hi Grade Velcro, Black
> Guy Ropes: High-visibility with tension adjusters
> Hydrostatic Head: 8000mm with Factory taped seams
> Fast Pack Size: 60 x 30 x 20 cm
> Weight: 9kg full pack, 7kg shelter only.
> Operational Temp Range -50°C +60°C
> Airframe 0.3mm Thermoplastic Polyurethane, max 9psi (recommended no more than 5-7psi)
> Windows 0.2mm Thermoplastic Polyurethane
> Zips: Sealed Waterproof with Additional Waterproof Flaps
> Manual 2l Stirrup pump, max pressure > 9 psi Pressure Relief Valve (PRV) installed in airframe
What’s In The Bag?
> Rescuer Shelter
> Tether Cord with Carabiners x2 (Not for climbing)
> Manual 2 Litre Stirrup Pump: 1
> Pegs / Guy Ropes: 12/6
> Fast Pack Sack: 1
> Puncture Repair Patch: 2