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How Tata Winger Ambulance Van is Shaping the Hospital Industry

How Tata Winger Ambulance Van is Shaping the Hospital Industry

admin | Nov 11, 2019 7:08 am
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Fast on the heels of the market success and growth of Tata Ace mini truck series, Tata Motors has released its new vehicle Tata Winger. This vehicle has been built with a focus on improving the public transport facilities that are currently available. The Tata Winger is a multi utility van - and its cornerstone feature is its versatility - that flexibly supports various applications such as being a school van, staff carrier, ambulance and a family traveler for long distance trips.

The Tata Winger ambulance model was created by Tata Motors with a view to provide timely medical help on wheels during emergencies. It is indeed a hospital on wheels - well equipped with stretchers, lights, integrated oxygen pipes, wheel chair, ventilator and all the other safety facilities that can feasibly be required for the patients.

Tata Winger ambulance has been a boon for both patients as well as hospitals. Technically sound, it is powered with 2.2 l Dicor engine and provides best in class fuel efficiency with unique features - bringing emergency help, comfort and relief to the patients. The Tata Winger Van can also be customized as a Mobile Medical Unit, Critical Care Unit, Blood Transportation Van and more. This acts as a great enhancement to the current care provided by generic hospital ambulances.

Tata Winger Ambulance Variants – An economical choice for hospitals and ambulance operators

The Tata Winger Ambulance 3200 and Tata Winger Ambulance 3488 are the two variants available. They are available in basic life support(BLS) and Advanced life support(ALS) variants and are compliant with AIS 125 norms.
As a special USP - Operators can redesign the interiors as per the need of their own hospital. Monocoque construction ensures low noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) levels. Front independent suspension, anti-roll bars with hydraulic shock absorbers and radial tyres ensure a bump-free ride. Dual AC in the high roof ambulance ensures efficient cooling and better air flow. Every Winger ambulance allows easy entry and exit because the rear door opens 180 degrees outward and the floor height is low at 480 mm.

Together these features make Tata Winger ambulance a 100% safe and comfortable vehicle for the patients and a great life-saving facility for hospitals to add on.

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