Stainless Steel Split-apart Rescue Litter Features StratLoad™ Attachment Points
A complete re-thinking of the classic Stokes military-style litters, CMC's Rescue Litter features a full one-inch diameter top rail to make the litter easier to handle when carried for extended periods. Durathene™ netting eliminates cuts and scrapes caused by broken wires. Back support is molded, high density polyethylene for greater durability. The steep-sided design allows a narrower litter with the same width at the bed, which accepts standard-sized backboards. The narrow width and rounded ends provide greater maneuverability in tight locations. The Stainless Steel Rescue Litter comes with four quick-attachment litter straps.
UL Classified to NFPA 1983-2012 Ed.
Vertical MBS: 30.2 (kN)
Horizontal MBS: 14.1 (kN)
Rescue Litter Specifications:
StratLoad™ Attachment Points
- Dimensions: 83 in (211 cm) L x 23 in (58 cm) W x 7.25 in (18.5 cm) H
- Load Rating: 11 kN (2,473 lbf)
The patented StratLoad Attachment Points for CMC litters allow any size carabiner to be used to attach a lifting bridle while keeping both the carabiners and the lifting bridle on the inside of the litter’s top rail. This provides protection from abrasion along cliff faces and building walls. The StratLoad feature also prevents cross gate and side loading of carabiners and orients the direction of pull along the spine of the carabiner, where it is strongest. StratLoads are 1/4 in (6mm) thick with a full round radius on the inside edge, allowing the option of a soft attachment, which is then protected by the top railing. StratLoads are now standard on all stainless and titanium litters.
Shipping Charges on Litters and Litter Wheels:
To save freight expense to our customers, most litters and litter wheels are drop shipped directly from the factory. There is a flat rate shipping fee of $125 USD per item being shipped within the lower 48 states. Please allow up to 4 weeks for delivery.
Note: This item is excluded from shipping promotions. Special handling fees and freight quotes may still be required.