Cascade Rescue Advance Series Model 200 Rescue Litter

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Cascade Rescue Advance Series Model 200 Rescue Litter
  • FastPax System on carbon fiber

Cascade Rescue Advance Series Model 200 Rescue Litter

This is THE ultimate lightweight rescue litter. Our Advanced Series is insanely light, durable and highly versatile. Crafted of hand laminated composites, its shape, handrails and ample brackets provide maximum victim protection and comfort as well as optimum maneuverability for the litter attendant. There is no need for a backboard with this litter when the optional FastPax Rails are ordered. Patient straps securely immobilize patient to the bed of the litter. Excellent vertical raise handling characteristics - equally at home on snow, rock, ice or asphalt. Comes complete with our Patented Articulating Lift Points (ALP's). Slow pull test results are available underneath the resource section above. 

Compatible with Advance Series Equalizer Litter Handles, Cascade Rescue Trail Wheels, FastPax Rail System, and Advance Series Snow Kit 

Size: 82" X 21" X 6". Color: International Orange. Weight: Approximately 14 - 20 pounds. Available in 1 or 2 Piece Models with Stainless Steel or Titanium Components.  Please note:  backboards will not fit in this litter.

All Litters are charged a fixed rate of $250.00 per litter within the continental United States.
Customer Service at 844-414-RESQ (7377) with questions. 
Please contact us for shipping quotes to Alaska, Hawaii and foreign countries.  
***Note that an additional $100 will be charged for residential deliveries.

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  • 5
    Advanced Series Carbon

    Posted by Sergeant D. Sorenson, Utah County SAR on 10th Jul 2018

    Cascade Rescue, I wanted to send you guys a quick email about the 5 new carbon fiber rescue litters, Terra Tamer wheels and the titanium handle systems we have gotten from you in the last year. When we got the first ones in we assembled them in our office on a conference table and were not very optimistic about their strength and durability because of how light weight they seemed. We attached the handles and had the same concern about them and noticed there is just a bit of flexing when the handles are extended and the litter has a load. We did a little testing of our own ( the fattest guy in the office….me…standing on the litter and bouncing around) and they seemed to hold up just fine. Since getting the litters we have used them on actual rescues and recoveries and have had great results. Our people have commented on how much lighter and easier to carry they are, we can throw the handles for more than one litter in a pack easily now. We have used them for vertical lowers and they have performed great! I watched on one rescue as the man we had just wheeled down on one of the litters in a rain storm sat on the bottom half of the litter as it rested, angled on its wheel and extended handles. This guy was over 300 lbs. and I watched nervously as he sat there for a bit and then pushed himself to his feet using the litter as support, we had a crowd and I was worried we might have a failure of some sort…the litter and handles flexed a bit as he pushed off of them. The litter performed as it should have with do damage or bends to the structure. I am fairly new to Search and Rescue, but my team has been around a long time, some members have been on the team around 40 years. As I have worried and watched these new litters I have been re-assured many times by team members that Cascade Rescue does not make “crappy stuff”. I am impressed with how you have added newer high tech options to your line of products, cut weight and not sacrificed quality or strength in doing so. You guys have been great to order from and work with and I look forward to doing business with you in the future!