portable-rescue-tripod-demo

WE DID IT !!

THANK YOU SO MUCH TO OUR SUPPORTERS AND FRIENDS !!

THE BIPOD COMPONENTS OF THIS PORTABLE EQUINE RESCUE FRAME ARE IN HAND !!

This is the only portable equine rescue frame like it north of Virginia!

This rescue frame is designed specifically for horses and is used to lift a recumbent horse from the ground or to be placed over a well, sinkhole or unstable ground  etc. to effect a vertical lift rescue of an entrapped horse.   It was designed by a Veterinarian whom is also a mechanical engineer, so it is truly purpose designed to make equine vertical lifts as safe as possible – for both the horse and its rescuers!  The rescue frames which fire departments or their technical rescue teams have are usually rated for only “two man” loads, or about 600lbs,  while horses weigh between 900 to 2,000 lbs.  This rescue frame is made to accommodate the weight of horses, is tall enough to accommodate the height of their head and neck once they have been lifted to a standing position in a proper body sling and is sturdy enough to withstand the anticipated forces of any thrashing.  The purpose designed equine rescue sling we utilize with this frame has a quick release shackle system, further enhancing safety.

This portable rescue frame is versatile and has interchangeable parts designed to allow different configurations:  a tripod in a standalone platform for a straight vertical  lift,  and a  bipod configuration which, with the assistance of professional technical rescue teams,  will also allow horizontal movement of the horse.

This equipment can be brought to any scene –  to places where there is no access to heavy equipment, or when heavy equipment (agricultural size tractor or other hydraulic equipment) is not available.

It is quiet and much less stressful to a recumbent or entrapped horse than heavy machinery as well.

A portable rescue frame would be unequaled throughout the entire region and would be a cornerstone of our equipment and unique capabilities.

 


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