Tri-Pac Medical Kit
The Tri-Pac Medical Responder Kit trims response time when every moment counts.
PRODUCT SHIP DATE: 1/27/2014
The Tri-Pac Medical Responder Kit contains an extensive, well organized array of first aid and triage supplies in a compact, easy to stow and carry duffle. The duffle’s unique modular design provides for rapid response. It includes 3 main compartments and several smaller ones. 3 detachable sub-packs feature clear vinyl panels to locate supplies at a glance. The sub packs include wound treatment kit, sprain and limb injury kit and shock treatment supplies. The Tri-Pac duffle can be carried 3 ways: via handle, shoulder strap or backpack straps. The soft sided bag measures 24” L x 10” H x 9” W and weighs just 10 pounds. It is constructed of highly abrasion and moisture resistant 600 Denier Nylon canvas paired with padded inner liners. Heavy duty coil type zippers run smooth. Reflective stripes are included for added safety.
The Tri-Pac Medical Responder Kit contains first aid and triage supplies in a compact, easy to stow and carry duffle. The modular rapid response design includes 3 main compartments and 3 detachable sub-packs with clear panels to locate supplies at a glance. The Tri-Pac duffle can be carried 3 ways: via handle, shoulder strap or backpack straps.
The Tri-Pac Medical Responder Kit design provides for compact storage, portability and versatility. It’s ideal for patrol cars and EMS vehicles as it stows easily at only 24” L x 10” H x 9” W. It trims crucial response time with its compact size and easy access to supplies. Supplies and specialized kits are well organized in 3 main and 3 detachable sub packs with see through sides for quick ID. First responders negotiating tight spaces or toting additional gear can choose to carry the 10 pound Tri-Pac by the handle, shoulder strap or as a backpack.
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