• AMBULANCES
  • ALL-TERRAIN AMBULANCES
  • AMBULANCE BASED ON CADILLAC (VIP)
  • EVACUATION AMBULANCE

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

JLVM produces various types of ambulances, built to different standards and specifications that reflect each version’s tasks.

PARAMEDICS AMBULANCE

The Paramedics’ Ambulance is supplied with the standard equipment needed to perform emergency care, including first aid kits. The vehicle is designed to function as part of the emergency response service, handling situations as fire and rescue and providing paramedical assistance and emergency evacuation.

The Paramedic Ambulance provides life-saving support on emergency sites, including the transfer of patients to medical facilities. The latest medical technology is available for patient assessment and emergency care while transportation is in progress.

This vehicle can be built on different base vehicles, including the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, the Ford E250-, Ford E350-, Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana.

PATIENT TRANSPORT AMBULANCE

The Patient Transport Ambulance is designed to transport patients not in need of emergency medical care between places of treatment; a wheelchair lift is available to assist with patient entry into and exit from the ambulance.

These vehicles supply a basic level of medical support, including an oxygen emergency system, but are not normally built to provide life support. However, they are fitted with flashing lights and sirens to facilitate movement through traffic.

EMERGENCY AMBULANCES

Emergency ambulance vehicles, the most common type of ambulances, are tasked with responding to incidents, providing transportation to and from places of treatment and patient care.

Moreover, this vehicle can be used to bring medical care into the community, providing care to patients suffering from minor illness or injury, but unable to attend a medical facility.

The emergency ambulance can be based on the chassis of Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Ford E250-, Ford E350-, Chevrolet Express, or GMC Savana.

ARMOURED AMBULANCES

Armoured Ambulances are based on civilian designs. Mainly used for emergency cases such as terrorist attacks, the armoured ambulance is a heavy-duty vehicle containing all medical equipment required for medical assistance, tasked with providing immediate medical care in the aftermath of any serious incident.

GENERAL FEATURES (ALL AMBULANCES)

  1. All equipment used in the ambulances is medically licensed
  2. All medical equipment used in these vehicles is high-quality and distributed by local and international agents
  3. The customer has control over the internal design
  4. AC/DC converters and electrical control units are installed in the vehicle
  5. Medical equipment is anti-bacterial

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

All-Terrain Ambulances are based on 4x4 vehicles, such as the Toyota Land Cruiser 78 and are designed to respond to off-road situations.

The base vehicle can be modified to carry emergency equipment, including first aid kits and is intended for various tasks, including the provision of aid for those in areas inaccessible by a normal city ambulance. Consequently, they are ideal ambulances for large events, such as sporting competitions.

Like all ambulances, they are fitted with flashing lights and sirens to facilitate their movement through traffic.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The VIP Ambulance was created to act as an escort for a VIP convoy and is therefore designed against exceptionally high standards. It is provided with hightechnology equipment, including the latest emergency medical systems and first aid kits. These ambulances are designed to work as part of the emergency quick response service, such as those pertaining to fire and rescue, paramedical services and emergency evacuation.

The VIP Ambulance is capable of responding to serious incidents and makes use of the latest medical technology to provide life- saving support to a patient as transportation to a medical facility is in progress.

The VIP Ambulance is based on the Cadillac Escalade chassis; it allows high automotive performance and its mobility takes aerodynamic design into consideration.

The interior design efficiently utilises the space available for maximum comfort and room, for both passengers and patients.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The Ambulance is a high-performance vehicle designed for emergency evacuation. Its job is to respond to emergency sites by providing aid to victims and transporting them quickly and efficiently to places of treatment.

CHASSIS

Numerous platforms can be used for constructing an Evacuation Ambulance, such as HINO, Ford and Mercedes trucks and vans.

TRANSPORT AREA CONVERSION


(All listed specs are subject to change, in accordance to manufacturer instructions)

The body superstructure is designed and reinforced with a steel interior frame body, ensuring the rigidity of the superstructure. The superstructure is manufactured using insulated sandwich panels. The outer layer is made of galvanized mild steel sheets (or equivalent), with inside insulation made of foam material (or equivalent), covered, again from the inside, with a washable, white colour ABS material (or equivalent). The superstructure is fitted on the chassis of the base vehicle, ensuring the stability and safety of the crew and stored equipment both.

Interior dimensions of transport area Length: Approx of 5,400 mm
Width: Approx. of 2,300 mm
Height: Approx of 1,900 mm
Patient cabin is separated from the driver cabin The patient cabin is separated and considered as a superstructure body made of sandwich panels fitted on the chassis of the base vehicle
Floor in patient's cabin Made of PVC material based on marine plywood
Side walls and roof interior Interior colour is white and made from washable material (ABS or equivalent)
Tip-up seats 4 Tip-up single seats, located at both left and right sides of the superstructure with headrest, backrest and two-point harness automatic seat belts
Heating system OEM heating system for front cabin and a stationary heater for transport area, with an approximate heat capacity of 5.7 KW
A/C system OEM A/C for front cabin, in addition to an A/C system for the transport area (capacity ranging from approximately 12500 BTU to approximately 18000 BTU)
Patient compartment windows Side-sliding windows on both sides of the patient compartment
The windows are to be provided with a frosty effect, for privacy in the patient compartment
IV Hooks 13 IV hooks for attaching IV drips, fitted to the ceiling
Storage compartment in the patient cabin To provide the transport area with cabins made of plywood (or equivalent material), covered by washable material of high quality and without sharp edges
Cabins are designed and executed to store and mount stated equipment, medicine and tools.
The cabins are located at the LH & RH side of the transport area and where applicable
Fire extinguisher OEM for driver cabin and1 for the Patient cabin
Colour The colour is decided upon with the customer
Rear doors 2 rear hinged doors, opening to the side walls, covering the width of the back the vehicle, with a magnet on each side to keep them open

ELECTRICAL, POWER AND LIGHTS SYSTEMS

The Evacuation Ambulance is a high-performance vehicle designed for emergency evacuation. Its job is to respond to emergency sites by providing aid to victims and transporting them quickly and efficiently to places of treatment.

CHASSIS

Numerous platforms can be used for constructing an Evacuation Ambulance, such as HINO, Ford and Mercedes trucks and vans.

TRANSPORT AREA CONVERSION


(All listed specs are subject to change, in accordance to manufacturer instructions)

The body superstructure is designed and reinforced with a steel interior frame body, ensuring the rigidity of the superstructure. The superstructure is manufactured using insulated sandwich panels. The outer layer is made of galvanized mild steel sheets (or equivalent), with inside insulation made of foam material (or equivalent), covered, again from the inside, with a washable, white colour ABS material (or equivalent). The superstructure is fitted on the chassis of the base vehicle, ensuring the stability and safety of the crew and stored equipment both.

Control panels Control of electrical equipment (including lighting); external lights are connected to the driver cabin
Internal lights Minimum quantity of 4 internal surface-mounted fluorescent or LED (or equivalent) roof lights along the surface
Siren System and Speakers Electronic public address (PA) system located on the dashboard (driver cabin), with 1 100W speaker mounted on the engine bay
12V Dc. Socket 9 12V power outlets to operate electrical medical equipment, like the suction unit
220v Ac. Sockets 2 220V power outlets
Qty (1) 220 AC external socket Shoreline socket supply electricity from external electrical sources to feed patient cabin equipment
Roof exhausting system Roof ventilation; forces intake and extraction of air on the roof with integrated lamp
Warning beacons A total of 3 roof flashing beacons, with halogen lamps; 1 blue and 1 red to be fitted on the driver cabin, with 1 yellow on the roof of the patient cabin
2 Loading lights Mounted on a swivel base, on the rear roof of the vehicle
Intercom system Two-way intercom fitted between driver and patient compartments

The evacuation vehicle is furnished with the medical devices requested by the customer, including:

  1. Oxygen system.
  2. Stretchers and holding brackets, with fixation mechanism.
  3. Suction unit.
  4. Emergency Intubation Kit.
  5. Oxygen Resuscitation System.
  6. Defibrillator (AED).

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