Specifications include, but are not limited to: The module body shall be designed and fabricated with the following key elements in
The greatest possible load carrying capacity.
The safety of all EMS providers and patients shall be of paramount concern.
The body design, including construction materials and fabrication techniques shall be
proven to be durable.
The ambulance body shall be easily retrofitted to a new chassis.
The ambulance body shall meet all current testing requirements available.
The ambulance manufacturer shall design and construct its own bodies and maintain
a design staff at its manufacturing facility. Vehicle manufacturers who design and
build their own bodies and who have the expertise within their facility will possess a
greater capacity to handle a custom project of this type and insure a finished product
of the highest standards and quality.
Body exterior shall be a minimum of 171 ¾” long x 96" wide x 90" high. All body
panels, structures, and extrusions shall be fabricated of ALL aluminum construction
using alloys consistent with the load requirements of the vehicle.
Overall vehicle length, including bumpers, shall be approximately twenty-six (26’) feet.
Overall vehicle height, ground to top of module, shall be approximately one hundred
fourteen (114") inches. The cab to modular connection shall allow for a pass thru with
a minimum dimension of twelve (12") x fifteen (15") inches. All ambulance bodies
shall be manufactured on site.