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Fire & Rescue Service Manikin. Rugged, realistic in size, weight distribution and handling characteristics.

Ruth Lee Fire/Rescue Duty Range-GEN2 Training Manikin

Ruth Lee Fire/Rescue Duty Range-GEN2 Training Manikin

:: Specifications

  • 10 versions available
    • Infant- 11 lbs/ 2' 3"
    • Child- 22 lbs/ 2' 10"
    • Youth- 44 lbs/ 4' 3"
    • Extra Light Adult- 44 lbs/ 5'11"
    • Light Adult- 66 lbs/ 5'11"
    • Adult- 110 lbs/ 5'11"
    • Heavy Adult- 154 lbs/ 5'11"
    • Heavy Adult- 176 lbs/ 5'11"
    • Extra Heavy Adult-198 lbs/ 5'11"
    • Drop Test Adult- 220 lbs/ 5'11"

:: Features

  • Upgraded to a polyester fabric shell material
  • Manufactured using a flexible inner core, an outer shell, and coverall
  • The inner core is weighted to human proportions using 4.4 lb packets of aggregate
  • For structural integrity, the packets are sewn to a nylon inner dummy with all the body parts (arms, legs, chest, etc.) held in place with polypropylene webbing
  • The outer layer is a same flame retardant Polyester used in Police ballistic/stab vests, which typically has 4 times the strength and abrasion resistance of 16oz canvas or P.V.C.
  • All seams are double stitched and are reinforced with high density polypropylene webbing
  • Includes storage loop to be used to hang manikin up to dry (NOT A DRAG HANDLE FOR TRAINING USE)
  • The included washable coveralls protect the manikin from dirt and are reinforced with high density polypropylene webbing in high stress areas
  • All manikins 44 lbs and up are supplied with lug sole boots that are secured to the manikin
  • The new shaped head, recently introduced, allows the fitting of most types of immobilization collars
  • The red head cover can be removed and washed if it becomes dirty
  • This new model replaces both the Original General Purpose and Haz-Mat Manikins
  • The Fire & Rescue Manikin works very well for Pole Top Rescue Training

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