IMF and TSP Collaborate to Improve Neonatal Stretchers

IMF was contracted by the Fletcher Allen Critical Transport (FACT) Department to design and build compartments to house compressed gas cylinders as component parts of their two new neonatal and pediatric transport stretchers.

The cylinder compartment, designed using CAD software, incorporates the highest quality materials to insure the necessary structural integrity of the component as it anchors the electronic control cabinet and isolette incubator to the transport stretcher.  A powder coat process finish was applied prior to final assembly for durability and cosmetic appeal.

Total cost of the project was 58.5% of the OEM cost.

The neonatal stretcher with the new incubator         Attaching the incubator to the stretcher

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