The Philippine Red Cross is a member of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. As such, it’s one of the premiere provider of prompt and quality medical attention to the public.
To aid in that mission, Foton Motor Philippines, Inc. donated a brand new unit of TransVan HR (High Roof) Ambulance to the Philippine Red Cross on its 32nd Biennial National Convention.
As part of our corporate social responsibility, the donation of this ambulance aims to provide immediate response to the humanitarian situations through efficient means of transportation in line with the objectives of the Philippine Red Cross.
The TransVan HR Ambulance is the High Roof version of this model. It features an ample amount of headroom and legroom compared to the standard TransVan model. This gives extensive breathing room for the patient en route to the hospital. It also allows ease of movement for the paramedics to be able to do their tasks comfortably, as well as lot of room for storage of medical equipment.
Ingress and egress inside the TransVan HR Ambulane is either through the sliding door or the lift-type back door. A wheeled stretcher is available inside, which features an adjustable backrest, a contour mattress for the patient’s comfort, and a heavy-duty spine board with straps.
For visibility, indoor illumination lamps and LED interior lights e installed. The attendants can sit on three reclinable front-facing eats with seatbelt as well. Air exhausts are also in place alongside the cabin heater and air conditioning for maximum comfort. Aside from 12V and 220V power sockets, the ambulance comes with a variety of medical equipments such as first aid kit, stethoscopes, aneroid blood pressure monitor, and ambulatory bags.
The TransVan HR Ambulance is powered by a Euro 4-compliant 2.8-liter, turbodiesel engine, that makes 225 Nm of torque.
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