Spider Belt

The spider belt, which is frequently used in ambulances and first aid rescue operations, has a body length of at least 125 cm. There are at least six side belts on the belt’s central axis and V-fasteners on the head. By means of these, the patient can be fixed to the stretcher on both shoulders, and with other belts, the injured can be fixed to the stretcher by gripping at the level of the abdomen, hip, upper and lower legs. During this process, the spider belt can move toward the desired point on the patient with other belts on the main axis. If desired, these belts can be immobilized on the spider belt’s main shaft. Belt columns are produced in colors that comply with European standards. Spider arch column widths are manufactured at least 5 cm thick.

Description

The spider belt, which is frequently used in ambulances and first aid rescue operations, has a body length of at least 125 cm. There are at least six side belts on the belt’s central axis and V-fasteners on the head. By means of these, the patient can be fixed to the stretcher on both shoulders, and with other belts, the injured can be fixed to the stretcher by gripping at the level of the abdomen, hip, upper and lower legs. During this process, the spider belt can move toward the desired point on the patient with other belts on the main axis. If desired, these belts can be immobilized on the spider belt’s main shaft. Belt columns are produced in colors that comply with European standards. Spider arch column widths are manufactured at least 5 cm thick.

The stitches of the spider belt, which are used frequently and comfortably in ambulances, are produced specially with solid and durable yarns. When the spider belt columns are exposed to liquids such as blood, excretion, and thus get dirty, it can be washed and disinfected with detergent at a suitable temperature.

The main usage area of the Spider Belt, which has an essential place in the ambulance equipment, is the spine board, but it is designed to be used with the dustpan stretcher and other stretcher groups when necessary. If desired, the company logo and contact information can be added on the spider belt.

It is fully compatible with any stretcher system used in transferring the patient to the ambulance and the hospital’s first aid service. The spider belt can also be used compatibility with the head fixing pad on the spine board.

The spider belt plays a vital role in both ambulances and first aid rescue equipment and is one of the healthcare providers’ most extensive supporting healthcare equipment.

The body length of the spider belt should be 126 (+/- 2) cm. The length of the spider belt belts (with the belts open) is respectively;

  1. a) First Generation: 87 ± 2 cm
  2. b) Second Generation: 120 ± 2 cm
  3. c) Third Generation: 120 ± 2 cm
  4. d) Fourth Generation: 158 ± 2 cm
  5. e) Fifth Generation: 158 ± 2 cm
  6. f) Sixth Generation: Should be 155 ± 2 cm.