Iron Duck Ultra Loc Spineboard

Iron Duck Ultra Loc Spineboard

Iron Duck Ultra Loc Spineboard Iron Duck

Iron Duck Ultra Loc Spineboard

$160.39 - $177.39
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Extremely thin but incredibly sturdy backboard.

Rotomolded seamless HDPE shell over non-toxic Eco-Friendly foam with fourteen over sized raised hand holds. Available with or without 10 speed clip pins.

Extremely thin at 1.75” and lightweight at 14 lbs, the Ultra-Loc by Iron Duck exhibits less deflection at applied weights up to 1,000 lbs. which is the top weight capacity in the market.

The open leg triangle integrates with full-length, molded-in runners to offer the rigidity that concave boards lack while keeping the hand-holds off the ground for ease in lifting. The flat patient surface won’t compromise CPR efforts or aggravate cervical spine injuries (as concave boards may) while tapered design and molded-in runners facilitate extrication, logrolling and easy lifting.

Fabricated with a tough, completely impervious, rotomolded HDPE shell. The subtle surface texture prevents slippage but is easy to clean and disinfect. Four interior slots for pediatric strapping options and separate leg strapping. Fourteen oversized hand-holds each measuring 2” x 6” will accommodate gloved hands.


  • Weight Capacity: 1000 lbs.
  • Float Capacity: 250 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 72" x 16" x 1.75"
  • Weight: 14 lbs
  • 100% X-Ray, MRI and CT Scan compatible
  • Fourteen over sized raised hand holds
  • Available with or without 10 speed clip pins
  • Rotomolded 1 piece seamless HDPE shell over non-toxic Eco-Friendly foam
  • Proudly made in the US

Special discounts may apply for high volume sales. Contact our Bids & Quotes department for more information.

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    Would this be a good board for doing in water backboarding?
    Asked on 12/8/2014 by The Jet from Mansfield, PA

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      it should float ok, it states it's seamless so there shouldn't be any leaking problems.

      Answered on 12/12/2014 by Ron S from HQ
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