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Aluminum Rescue Bed

Aluminum Rescue Bed

Description
  • The product is made of high-quality aluminum alloy materials, light weight, safe and reliable, the back is adjustable, for transferring patients in the hospital, it's easy to be cleaned.
  • The height can be adjustable, with four wheels, two are lockable.
  • It can separated into a stretcher and a frame, the stretcher can be used alone.

 

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Capability: G. W. : Self Weight : Qty Cs. : Package Size:
NMW8120 190 x 55 x 88 cm 190 x 55 x 50 cm 159kg 35kg 31kg 1PC 194 x 63 x 33 cm
Aluminum Rescue Bed, or cot in North America, is a small portable, lightweight bed used in situations where larger permanent beds cannot be used. The main advantage of this bed is its portability and compactness. Camp beds are generally used by armies or organizations, in tourism, and in emergency situations when there is a need to quickly provide accommodation for victims. Camp beds generally consist of a foldable lightweight Steel or metal frame, covered with canvas, linen, or nylon.

Aluminum Rescue Bed

The first camp beds were probably used by the Roman army. During the Soviet period, the lack of housing caused a massive use of camp beds that made them irreplaceable, iconic elements of Soviet life. Aluminum Rescue Bed is a physical phenomenon occurring when a quantity of a solid particulate substance (usually present in a holding vessel) is placed under appropriate conditions to cause a solid/fluid mixture to behave as a fluid. This is usually achieved by the introduction of pressurized fluid through the particulate medium. This results in the medium then having many properties and characteristics of normal fluids, such as the ability to free-flow under gravity, or to be pumped using fluid-type technologies.

Use of Aluminum Rescue Bed

The resulting phenomenon is called oxidization. Fluidized beds are used for several purposes, such as fluidized bed reactors (types of chemical reactors), solids separation, fluid catalytic cracking, fluidized bed combustion, heat or mass transfer, or interface modification, such as applying a coating onto solid items. This technique is also becoming more common in aquaculture for the production of shellfish in integrated multi-tropic aquaculture systems. Aluminum Rescue Bed A fluidity bed consists of a fluid-solid mixture that exhibits fluid-like properties. As such, the upper surface of the bed is relatively horizontal, which is analogous to hydro-static behavior. The bed can be considered to be a heterogeneous mixture of fluid and solid that can be represented by a single bulk density. Furthermore, an object with a higher density than the bed will sink, whereas an object with a lower density than the bed will float, thus the bed can be considered to exhibit the fluid behavior expected of Archimedes' principle. As the "density", (actually the solid volume fraction of the suspension), of the bed, can be altered by changing the fluid fraction, objects with different densities comparative to the bed can, by altering either the fluid or solid fraction, be caused to sink or float.