We are pleased to offer the Skedco line of evacuation sleds. The original—and still the best—rescue stretcher, the Sked is made from a proprietary formula of E-Z glide polyethylene plastic. In trials, it has proven to be tough enough to withstand being run over by a 56-ton tank, and then used afterward to drag a soldier around a military base for 10 miles over extremely rough terrain.
COMPLETE HMD Sked® RESCUE SYSTEM with strap kit (Assembled & Rolled)
Upgraded with stronger buckles!!!This litter is designed for use in mass casualty incidents where terrorists using Weapons of Mass destruction or any other Haz-Mat incident...
What does "SKED" stand for?
Though we spell it with capital letters, SKED is not an acronym. It came from fusing two words: "Sled" and "Skid". The early idea behind the product was that it was a SLED that SKIDDED across all types of terrain. Initially, the SKED was used as a game carrier to tote wild game back to a hunter's camp. It has since morphed into the life-saving device that's used today across the globe. Like many iconic products that are the first of its kind in the market, the brand has come to epitomize the thing itself. The original SKED. First and still the best.
What is the SKED's maximum weight allowance?
The most the SKED has ever carried is a 1300 lb individual. Please read the entire story found in the SK-200-OR product description page under "Heavy Duty". How much weight can you hoist with your SKED?
What are the measurements of the SKED?
Rolled into a Cordura back pack: 9 inch diameter x 36 inch length Laid out flat: 3 feet x 8 feet
What is the temperature range?
The SKED plastic begins to melt between 450 degrees F and 500 degrees F. You can also use it down to negative 120 degrees F without becoming brittle.