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    North American Rescue

    North American Rescue Dragon Handle System

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    Stock# 38564

    Availability: Limited Quantities


    Description

    This innovative extraction system is constructed of 1" Tech Tape with a tensile strength of 4000 lbs., outperforming 1" military spec webbing not only in strength but also in flexibility, knotability and durability. Two weather-proof flexible handles offer additional grip and comfort to the rescuer. The floating black bull ring provides adjustable attachment point configurations. Also includes a Black Omega, non-locking "D" carabiner rated for 31kN (6968.8 lbs.)

    Designed to Allow the Rescuer to:

    • Maintain engagement with threat Utilize improved body mechanics by maintaining an anatomically correct posture for rapidly extracting greater weight
    • Maintain natural postures & positions that preclude shifting of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) that either obviates that equipment or exposes additional unprotected body regions
    • Decrease manpower needs in "zeroed in" locations
    • More rapid extraction translates into more rapid entry into the tiered system of TCCC treatment modalities. (Reference: Bleed out from a femoral artery occurs in 2 to 4 minutes)

    WARNING: Not designed for hoisting or lowering operations All items must be visually inspected for any deterioration of stitching and webbing both before and after each use.

    Specifications

    • Packaged: H 6.3 in. x W 4.1 in. x D 2.25 in.
    • Extended Length: L 42 in.
    • Minimum Break Strength: 1443 lb
    • Weight: 11.3 oz

    Feature

    • Designed for linear personnel recovery drags
    • Decreases time on the "X"
    • Exponentially faster drag time with less physical exertion
    • Keeps victim low profile, decreasing the likelihood of additional injuries
    • Head first or Feet first drag options
    • Patents Pending