Domestically Produced Iron Duck EMS Products Have Landed on

Domestically Produced Iron Duck EMS Products Have Landed on

Press Release Sep 28, 2012

Coatesville, PA ( September 24, 2012: announces the recent introduction of Iron Duck. Iron Duck products are crafted in the U.S.A. by Fleming Industries. This multi-generational, family-owned business designs, manufactures, and markets a full line of EMS products to emergency medical professionals worldwide. They are committed to fulfilling your needs and producing the finest products, ensuring that they all perform as you expect them to: flawlessly.

Located next to Westover Air Force Base in Massachusetts, Iron Duck products are crafted in the USA by Fleming Industries. You can count on this multi-generational family owned business to produce your genuine Iron Duck products perform better than any other brand you have used before. From the first time you use the product you will see and feel the quality built into the ergonomic handles, smooth zipper operation, military-grade stitching, and overall professional appearance. Their spine boards are the highest-quality, most durable spine boards offered anywhere. Eco Foam makes Iron Duck Spine Boards the best value available in both cost and environmental impact. Their products are reliable, durable, and work hard just like you do.

EMS Backpacks: From the Ultra Backpack to the BLS Backpack, all Iron Duck backpacks allow you to carry your gear and keep your hands free. Your ALS and BLS supplies will be easily accessible and meticulously organized in any of these durable and streamlined EMS backpacks.

EMS Oxygen Bags: The Breathsaver and Ultra Breathsaver are prime examples of the industry’s first choice in high-quality O2 tank mobile storage options. Each bag has carry handles and shoulder straps, spacious main compartments and the option to carry a full line of ALS and BLS supplies. The designs allow for quick deployment of oxygen/resuscitation, airway management, and trauma supplies with ease and security.

EMS Trauma Bags: Iron Duck has continually enhanced their designs to meet the rugged demands of the EMS professional. The Trauma Pack Plus and the Pack Case Triple Bag are the perfect size go-to bags for EMS providers: small, sleek, and configurable. Both bags are the most convenient size for jump crews.

Midwife Medical Bags: Iron Duck offers three options in home birth carry cases. They are made with heavy-duty nylon with internal compartments for all of your supplies. First Responders have trusted Iron Duck carry cases for over 25 years, and they are proud to offer products specifically designed for the unique needs of midwives.

EMS Modules: Designed to work with all Iron Duck Backpacks and Oxygen Bags, EMS Modules ensure you have the right tools for each job from intubation to the delivery of medicine The IDX Intubation Module organizes a complete set of intubation supplies including laryngoscope handles and blades, airways, ET tubes, holders, and accessories. Medical delivery is easy using the IDX Expandable Drug Module which supports easy restocking and fast deployment via notebook style binding. The Drug Module can hold up to 8 removable and customizable pages with multiple pockets and elastic tacking for supplies.

Iron Duck spineboards are the industry’s highest quality, most durable, and longest lasting. Even better, they are x-ray and CT scan compatible. Their spine boards are fabricated with tough, completely impervious, roto-molded HDPE shell over non-toxic Eco-Friendly foam. The Ultra Loc Spineboard is extremely thin and lightweight with a 1,000 lb. capacity–the top weight capacity in the industry. The Ultra Space Saver Spineboard is an innovative folding plastic backboard that is only 4-inches wide when folded for storage. It also features exclusive stainless steel mechanical pivots and internal aluminum runners deliver both strength and durability.

About and Witmer Public Safety Group, Inc., a division of Witmer Public Safety Group, Inc., offers product lines from hundreds of manufacturers. Witmer Public Safety Group's motto is Equipping Heroes™ and this continues as they extend their commitment to provide the industry's best equipment and supplies to the professional men and women who serve to ensure the public's safety. For additional information, please call 800/852-6088 or visit

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