Giant, diesel-powered ambulances have their place, but what do you do when people are sick or injured in confined walkways? The answer is to assign emergency personnel to an ambulance designed after an ordinary golf cart. However, the DVJH-2 is much more than an electric buggy. It can quickly carry patients to a fully equipped ambulance or medical facility much more easily than can be done on foot. It includes space for one driver, one patient and one medic, and supplies are stashed in a cargo space under the cushioned stretcher bed.
EVs are high in demand because they offer a wide range of benefits, including a low price tag, and operating costs are about one-quarter the cost of traditional ambulances. Even though it provides open-air transportation, the vehicle produces no emissions, which not only contribute to global warming but also eliminate irritating odours. In addition, the motor in the DVJH-2 Electric Ambulance is extremely quiet, so patients receive a smooth ride that does not contribute to anxiety. The 48-volt electric motor coupled with a Curtis controller allows the vehicle to achieve a top speed of 24 kmh, and the six 8-volt batteries give it an incredible range of up to 100 kilometres.
The DVJH-2 is much more than an empty shell. The durable body and corrosion-resistant frame support a full supply of first-aid equipment so that medics can provide lifesaving treatment and get patients to a hospital as quickly as possible. The included stretcher attaches to the frame of a cushioned bed, and it is the perfect size for a backboard, which can be strapped on top to prevent further injuries of the neck and spine.
The applications of the DVJH are nearly limitless. This electric ambulance can serve a range of purposes in public, commercial and industrial settings. It is very useful in airports, government installations, public areas, gardens, theme parks, sports stadiums, factories, warehouses and other industrial buildings.