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Braun Ambulances

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There is a reason the industry considers Braun to be the “Rolls Royce” of the ambulance industry.  Braun ambulances are so well-built, we recently found a 28 year old Braun ambulance still serving the people of Manhattan through the Saint Vincent Health System.  It has been in use every day of its illustrious career, has been remounted once, and still has the original chocolate brown interior.  If your organization is on a tight budget and needs an emergency vehicle that will last, it’s time to take a good look at Braun ambulances.

SolidBody™ Construction
EZ Glide™ Door
MasterTech III™
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Braun Ambulance MasterTech
All Braun ambulances are built as one piece from .125″ flat sheet, marine grade aluminum. By fully welding the floor, roof, sides, and doors, there is no separate extruded frame. This unique construction to Braun ambulances not only has a significant impact on safety, it also reduces the weight of the vehicle, which means better mileage and longer vehicle life.In an emergency situation, there is no time to wonder or worry about the dangers of a traditional, swinging door. Braun has eliminated this issue with their patented EZ Glide™ Door. It slides open and shuts snug against the vehicle, which offers several unique advantages. The door does not open into traffic nor create blind spots for first responders, patients, or oncoming traffic. It allows easy entry and exit from the unit in tight spots. Finally, it is never affected by the wind.The functions and capabilities of this microprocessor-based, multiplex-electrical system offered in Braun ambulances continues to expand and evolve. It offers significant advantages over traditional rocker switch and relay based systems. The improved panel design includes touch button control over all emergency warning systems, warning messages, a door ajar visual indicator, and access to additional menu screens. The MasterTech system has tons of standard and custom features including real-time diagnostics, integrated oxygen monitor, patient status warning messages, and much more.