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Compact Model

Retmex Rescue Sheet

The Rescue Sheet is designed to make it easier to effectively transfer patients with minimal effort. Designed for rescue services, trauma teams and first aid teams.

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Ready for rough terrain

Whether responding to a forest, national park, or another rough area, the Carry Sheet allows rescue workers to safely and quickly carry patients out of the area without any bumps along the way.

Compact storage

Use the attached carabiner to securely clip the Carry Sheet to your clothing for easy transport.

The Rescue Sheet is ready to go wherever you are. By rolling the Rescue Sheet, you can carry it in your first aid kit or rescue bag and quickly unroll it in the event of an emergency.

Use it alone when every second counts

There’s always a chance that you need to use the Retmex by yourself if there’s no one around to assist you. Webbing placed on the body zone makes sure that you can also use the Retmex Rescue Sheet for sliding when that additional help isn’t available. 

Retmex Disaster Kit For Mass Casualties

The Retmex Disaster Kit is a box filled with 15 units of the Retmex Compact Model. You can store the Disaster Kit any type of ‘first responder station’ and bring it along if an incident with mass casualties are reported.

Check out the Retmex Disaster Kit

Cleaning is fast and easy

Is it time to clean your Retmex? No problem, you can clean it with a wipe and disinfectant or place it in the washing machine. We recommend cleaning each time you've used it.

Fire retardant. Always.

This Retmex is equipped with a fire-retardant technology. It's been tested successfully on fire standard EN597-01 and EN597-02.

Designed in The Netherlands

Designed by Tetcon using the input from numerous first responders. Pure simplicity stands at the core of this powerful evacuation device.

Focus on details

01

Place the victim in the centre of the Retmex, so you can easily balance when lifting.

02

You can find 12 handles on the rescue sheet which was determined according to the DIN1865 guideline. This kind of rescue sheet should have at least three handles on each longitudinal side.

03

A foot sack ensures extra stability for the victim.

The Retmex rescue sheets are designed for first responders

It can help you to transfer an injured or unconscious person when this is not possible with a stretcher or when you don't have space to store a scoop.
Retmex is used by:

First aid teams

Paramedics

Rescue services

Fire fighters

Specifications

  • Article number

    1099876610

  • Model name

    Retmex Rescue Sheet - Compact model

  • Material

    100% Polyester PU

  • Size

    205x80 cm
    81" x 31" inches

  • Safe working load

    250 kg
    550 lbs

  • Weight

    0,9 kg
    1.99 lbs

  • Number of handles

    12 handles

  • Fire retardant

    Yes, successfully tested according to EN597-01 and EN597-02 as described in the DIN1865-guideline.

  • Standaardopslag

    Strap system with carabiner

  • Number of users needed

    1 - 6 people

  • Guarantee

    All Retmex Rescue Sheet come with a 1-year warranty against defects in materials and production, which is valid from the date of purchase. Improper use, improper maintenance, vandalism, product modifications or accidents are not covered by the warranty.

  • Cleaning

    By hand: Retmex Compact Model can be cleaned with a disinfection spray and wipe. Always allow it to dry after manual cleaning to prevent odours.

    It is recommended to wear gloves during cleaning (household gloves or disposable gloves).

    DO NOT USE HIGH PRESSURE WATER FOR CLEANING!

    In the washing machine:
    Washing temperature: 60 degrees (Celsius),
    dry at a low temperature, do not iron, do not dry clean, do not bleach, do not use washing powder with fabric softener.

  • CE

    Produced in alliance with the European Regulations:

    Conformité_Européenne

    The product is classified in Class 1 according to Regulation MDR 2017/745/EU.
    Applied standards: NEN-EN-ISO 13485:2016 EN NEN-EN-ISO 14971:2019 EN

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When do you use the Retmex?

    The Retmex can be used when you need to rescue a victim from a forest, national park, dunes or other difficult terrain. It is also used to transfer victims to and from the stretcher. This can be quite a challenge, especially when you are dealing with larger-sized people. You can also use the Retmex when there’s too little space for a scoop or a stretcher. With the Retmex you make it just a little easier.

    This version of the Retmex is ideal you have little storage space. The compact storage doesn’t take a lot of space.

  • With how many people do you use the Retmex?

    You normally operate a rescue sheet with 4 people. The weight of the victim will determine how many hands are needed to transfer the victim. There are 12 handles on this Retmex, so you can easily balance with multiple responders.

  • Who's using it?

    Retmex is used by paramedics, first aid teams, firefighters, rescue teams and anyone who has to deal with accidents or crisis situations. It is also used in healthcare institutions to move people from A to B or it serves as an evacuation aid during an emergency evacuation.

  • How's the Retmex packed?

    The Rescue Sheet is ready to go wherever you are. By rolling the Rescue Sheet, you can carry it in your first aid kit or rescue bag and quickly unroll it in the event of an emergency. The Compact Model comes standard with a small carabiner to securely clip the Rescue Sheet to your clothing.

  • Why are the yellow straps on the lying side of the rescue sheet?

    There’s always a chance that you need to use the Retmex by yourself if there’s no one around to assist you. If that’s the case, you will need to slide the victim instead of lifting. This can occur in critical emergencies. Therefore, we’ve decided to place the yellow straps on the lying side. If the straps would have been on the outside, this would have created an obstacle for sliding. 

  • Can you give an example how you would use the Retmex?

    An athlete is injured during a sports event. You can then use the rescue sheet to transfer this person to an emergency room. It is a handy and compact alternative to a stretcher or scoop.

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