Produced in collaboration with US Special Forces, the Peke MilPod Patient Isolation Stretcher is designed to provide a portable CBRN resistant negative / positive air pressure containment environment when connected to a unique software programmed air filter blower unit. This unique combination protects emergency responders from off-gassing patients and casualties while also preventing contamination of vehicles and infrastructure during transport.
The MilPod’s design provides 16 to 20 complete air changes per hour. For maximum visibility, structural rigidity, and unmatched portability, the MilPod base is constructed from drop-stitch reinforced Hypalon and the envelope is constructed 16 gauge clear vinyl, capable of supporting a patient without the need for a spine board or stretcher, and can be deployed in 15 seconds using a CO2 cylinder, or 1 minute using a mechanical pump. This inflatable design allows the unit to take up as small a storage footprint as possible when stored in a locker or on a vehicle while a lack of parts to assemble allows for the fastest setup time of any patient isolation chamber available on the market.
Includes access ports to allow IV, fluid lines, and patient monitoring systems to be passed in from the outside while it is in use.
All MilPod envelopes are pressure tested prior to sale to the same standard as fully-encapsulated Level A Hazmat Coveralls.
- Base manufactured from heavy duty, puncture resistant gray 10-mil Hypalon drop stitch material
- Inflatable to 20 PSI, the high-strength welded design is fully collapsible for maximum portability inside a standard military-style backpack
- System can be fully decontaminated and contains non-ferrous parts
- 6 point reinforced carrying handles
- Capable of supporting up to 300 Lbs (200 Kgs)
- Rigidity sufficient to support a spine injury
- Fully EMF-compliant PAPR allows for greater than 16 to 20 air exchanges per hour based on negative or positive configuration, at 4 to 5 CFM for 10-14 hours
- MilPod will float on water and can be dragged across rough terrain
- System can be switched from negative to positive pressure operation to support burn victims