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How does the Move-in work?

Support arms Move-in

Support arms Move-in

The Move-in is a load-bearing system that supports the cot outside the ambulance, from the moment when the rear legs are released. This eliminates the moment of physical strain, so that the staff only need to push or pull the cot.

Working method

The Move-in makes practically no change in the way a cot is loaded or unloaded.

In short, the working method is as follows:

Loading

  • Move the loading panel downwards
  • Line the cot up with the support arms of the Move-in
  • Release the front legs of the cot
  • Push the cot on to the support arms of the Move-in (the Move-in takes the full weight of the cot), until the moment when the rear legs of the cot can be released
  • Now release the rear legs and push the cot completely into the vehicle

Unloading

  • Move the loading panel downwards
  • Release the cot
  • Pull the cot outwards until the rear legs are locked in place, and then pull the cot further out of the vehicle

There are several points that require attention for the most effective use of the Move-in. These are covered during the demonstration.

Watch the video.