At last, a safe and economical solution to undeployed air bags!
Finally, a product is available to protect the victim as well as the rescue team from deployment of an air bag during an extrication process. RescueLifeNet is a company that formed in response to an unmet need for a safe way to contain the driver’s air bag as well as the passenger bag should they accidentally deploy during the extrication process. Our high quality net is capable of containing 3000 pounds of pressure and can be used over and over again without need for any type of recalibration.
Current users of this product have reported complete satisfaction and have reported numerous other important uses such as water rescue, transfer of obese patients, large animal rescue, high angle rescue, wilderness rescue, and trench rescue. It has also been used to lift air bottles to upper level floors. An added feature of this net is that it comes with a 21”by 9” storage bag for limited storage requirements.
In a demonstration of our product by a certified trainer, the net was found to “function as designed.” It was also reported, “…all straps, buckles and stitching held together without damage or deformity. The driver’s frontal airbag deployment depth was shortened; the passenger frontal airbag deployment depth was shortened and the deployment re-directed upward toward the windshield.”
We have a web site, www.rescuelifenet.com that contains our contact information and demonstrates the containment of air bags. We can provide a list of references for you to obtain reliable and unbiased information upon request.
Also, we are a vendor for Homeland Security and our product can be found under the US&R category. When applying for a grant, our net may be included in the request.
We look forward to hearing from you and working with you. We are confident that you will find the versatility of this tool to be an essential part of any rescue effort.
Again, this tool has been successfully used in eight different operations and requires little space in your unit, which translates into purchasing eight tools for the price of one.