Monday, February 26, 2024

Ukrainian company successfully completes testing of new Bogdan-2251 tactical ambulance

Ukrainian company “Bogdan Motors” has successfully completed testing of a new Bogdan-2251 tactical ambulance in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) zone in eastern Ukraine.

Performance of vehicle was assessed by expert panel consisting of scientists and military medical service. This “Nurse” was created to meet modern standards and best practices to provide first aid to servicemen. The Bogdan-2251 tactical ambulance integrated onto Great Wall Wingle 5 chassis.

The car cost will depend on the configuration of medical and other additional equipment. Bogdan-2251 fully meets the medical and technical project of the Ministry of Defense and sanitary requirements for cars in this class.

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Sanitary module car is made of high quality materials that meet current health requirements.

It should be noted that outside of the module is made of aluminum, which provides protection against corrosion and the interior is made of non-combustible and wear-resistant materials.

The sanitary part of the car is properly protected from moisture and dust, is equipped with a local heating system, ventilation system with air cleaning filters, zonal and general lighting. It provides the possibility to connect equipment electrical. The salon is equipped with additional emergency exits and provides regular sites of the typical equipment.

The module has a special attachment for the dismantling and lifting, so it necessary, in case of loss or breakage of the chassis, it can be quickly dismantled and mounted on another chassis.

Additional equipment of sanitary vehicle Bogdan 2251 may include a light-alarm, flashing lights, extra battery pack, AC adapter (220) heater Webasto (power – 4kW), a system of artificial respiration, an oxygen inhaler KPI-02 dispenser, foldable stretcher with fixtures, a set of medical tires, a paramedical set “Medint 1-M” and other medical equipment necessary for the provision of first aid.

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