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HEALTH SCREENING COACH

 

This Heavy-Duty Commercial Quality Coach Offers:

Air ride, front and rear, minimizes shock and vibration to the medical equipment reducing downtime and maintenance costs as well as reducing fatigue for the driver.

Automatic hydraulically controlled leveling system minimizes set-up and teardown time.

Fiberglass stepwell entry system insures safety for tech and patient entering and exiting the coach.

All fiberglass body requires no painting thus reducing maintenance costs.

All fiberglass skirting, wheel openings, and storage doors repels salt water and will never rust or corrode saving thousands of dollars in maintenance costs.

Steel commercial entry door in proprietary aluminum door frame does not leak and has passed military rain tests to add testimony to this quality product.

 

This contemporary aerodynamic 40' coach will add
pride and distinction to any organization as well as offering an ergonomic interior design to maximize patient flow and efficiency.

Expandable side adds additional seating capacity as well as aids in patient flow. Generators up to 35kw in a sound deadened compartment offers plenty of power for most applications. Commercial heating and air conditioning unit affords reliable service, minimum
downtime and a comfortable
working environment.
Integrated UVL wheelchair lift into stepwell entry adds convenience in bringing wheelchair patients on-board as well as lowers overall cost of coach. 48" wide entry door with fiberglass non-slip
stepwell 48" wide powered step
and built-in hand rails, both sides, and includes a UVL wheelchair lift offering tech and feeble patient the ability to safely enter and
exit the coach.
Four point automatic leveling system saves set-up and tear down time plus minimizes vibration inside the coach for quality studies.

 

 

 

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Last updated:  July, 2017