Combat Challenge Rescue Randy
Developed for lifelike adult or juvenile patient handling, transportation, and extrication training. This manikin can be safely used in situations too hazardous or uncomfortable for human volunteers. Made of tough cast vinyl with zinc-plated steel frame for longevity and rugged use. Manikin is fully articulated for positioning in widely diversified training environments. The manikin can be seated in an automobile, positioned in a smoke-filled room, and immobilized on a stretcher for mountain rescue instruction. Useful for simulating the removal of victims from utility poles, conduits, mine cave-ins, tunnels, and limitless other training procedures.
Named the official manikin of the Firefighter Combat Challenge, this manikin duplicates the weight and resiliency of a human body and features a rust-resistant steel skeleton with cables of 4200-lb. break strength. The manikin is 6 ft. tall and is 165 lbs. Comes dressed in sweatpants.