The LifeBox50 is designed for the First Responder to transport anything he needs that is temperature sensitive; without having to worry about a heavy, tethered powered unit. The Responder is not restrained by temperature changes over time. The LifeBox50 is able to maintain its core temperature for unprecedented durations in the most extreme ambient conditions. The standard box can hold 8 1 Liter IV solutions at temp for over 50 hours. Superior insulation, combined with rugged cases for protection, make it the number one choice for any medic.
This unit can be customized by requesting one large payload space, or two of your desired dimensions! Each section can have its own temperature.
Equipped with digital temperature display, battery and solar powered!
Equipped with digital thermometer display, for payload temperature monitoring. Solar/Battery powered.
|Payload Capacity (inches cubed)||684||950||385|
|Payload Dimensions (inches)||19.2 x 15.2 x 9||21.2 x 16 x 10.6||16.9 x 10.9 x 13|
|Tare weight (lbs)||12.1||19.04||8.52|
|Outer Container||Rugged Case||Rugged Case w/wheels and Tow Handle||Rugged Case w/Carry Strap|
|Insulator||Carbon Aerogel Vacuum Panels||Carbon Aerogel Vacuum Panels||Carbon Aerogel Vacuum Panels|
|Before Use||Ready to Go||Prepare heat/cool source||Prepare heat/cool source|
|Use for||RBlood, Cold Therapy, Organs, Tissue, IV's Meds||Cold Therapy Packs, Blood, Medication, Organs||Cold Therapy Packs, Blood, Medication|
If you are interested in learning more about our LifeBox 50 Transport Case please do not hesitate to contact us.
"Mutual Aid Ambulance Service has been using the LifeBox product for over a year in the field to store and transport cold saline for our Post Cardiac Arrest Therapeutic Hypothermia protocol, and the boxes have performed up to our demanding standards. Having the LifeBoxes has enabled our field personnel to reliably keep cooled saling in an easily accessible rugged container that has allowed for many successful administrations of cold saline to post cardiac arrest patients. We were fortunate to have discovered FareTec and this now indispensable product."
Gregory Stull BA, EMT-P ALS Coordinator, Mutual Aid Ambulance Service, Inc.
"The Alaska Fire Medic Program provides a wide range of medical services on wildland fire, primarily in Alaska, but also in the lower 48. These services include the administration of medications in very remote and harsh environmental conditions. Maintaining temperature control of those medications has been challenging until implementing the use of The LifeBox50, Standard. Because of insured temperature control of product, we can provide maximum efficacy of medications while realizing significant replacement costs savings, with replacement due only to administration or expiration and not heat exposure. The four LifeBox50s that we have in the program have paid for themselves in their first year of use."
Jon Thomas, ALASKA EMS
+ Many more. Please contact us for references related to your field in your country.