Ferno Releases 2010 Catalog

Ferno Releases 2010 Catalog

Press Release Apr 06, 2010

Wilmington, OH - April 2010 - Ferno has released its new Total Safety Solutions Emergency Patient Handling Equipment Catalog.

The catalog is over 50 pages of innovative, customer-inspired products, such as the POWERFlexx+ Powered Ambulance Cot System and EZ Glide Stair Chair. The newest catalog features 20 pages of patient handling equipment, complete with specifications and accessories. Other product categories include ambulance safety, backboards and immobilization, pediatrics, oxygen and airway, fire rescue and hospital surge.

Ferno's Total Safety Solutions features the most complete line of emergency patient handling equipment, with products designed to get you in and out of the scene fast, safe, and easy. Products include the Ferno Powerflexx plus powered ambulance cot and the EZ Glide tracked stair chair, which are designed to take the patient weight off your back. This reduces your chance for injury, and reduces the total weight you lift throughout the day, so you have more energy for the things that matter to you when you get home.

To request your free copy of the latest catalog visit www.Ferno.com/catalog, or call 877/733-0911.

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