With growing demands placed on fire departments across the country, the Patriot model was designed with the EMS industry in mind. Engineered to respond to more than 95% of emergency calls, this unit will cover EMS-related, light rescue or light suppression dispatches. Featuring a high quality ambulance body that Braun is known for, this model will allow you to provide safe and reliable medical transportation for your patients. Many compartments throughout the unit hold emergency medical equipment and supplies to aid in rescue. The capacity to carry water also allows this vehicle to operate as a fire truck for your service.
If you are looking to for an emergency vehicle to act as an ambulance, rescue truck and fire apparatus in one… the Patriot is it.
Built on a Spartan MetroStar chassis, the Patriot is a Type I medium-duty ambulance. It is built to deliver maximum interior space and increased available payload. With 73 inches of interior headroom and enough room for up to six crew members and emergency medical equipment, the Patriot will help you answer even the most critical emergency calls.
Featuring the high-quality manufacturing and product innovations that Braun’s ambulances have become known for, the Patriot highlights their SolidBody™ Construction. This adds strength to the emergency vehicle as the floor, roof, side and doors are made from brake-formed parts and assembled with full contact welded seams. The Patriot also offers many features to ease in patient care including the VitalMax™ Lighting System, EZ Glide™ Door and MasterTech IV™ electrical system.
For fire fighting, the unit can carry up to 300 gallons of water. It is also has a compressed air foam system (CAFS). This will hold and dispense up to 15 gallons of foam. Two 1-inch booster reels on each side are also attached to the module.
If you would like more details on the Patriot fire/rescue/transport apparatus, please contact us today. We are happy to provide more information on why an emergency vehicle built by Braun is an emergency vehicle “Built for Life.”