Starting at floor level, Air Ambulance Technology gives its customers the opportunity to choose between two possible medical configurations. The EMS kit is installed on a specially designed medical floor without any structural changes to the helicopter.
Not only are Air Ambulance Technology's aircraft interiors exceptionally quick to install and remove, the modular system also allows the operator to change between a full ems and a search and rescue mission within a very short time.
The interior for the h135 is split up into three main modules. The medical carrier, the medical cabinet and the medical floor with the stretcher. These 3 modules make up the EMS kit for the H135
In just 5 minutes, the SAR Kit can be installed in the H135. It can be configured for either 1 or 2 patients, and requires no structural changes to the helicopter.
The Inter Hospital configuration is very quickly installed without any structural changes to the helicopter. The patient can can loaded from the rear directly on the roll-in stretcher.
1 Helicopter, Many Configuration Possibilities
The first H135 Interior designed and built by Air Ambulance Technology was installed back in 1996. The first fleet of 30 H135 (EC135) interiors back in 1998. Today AAT has installed over 70 interiors for the H135 in its more than 25 year history.