Extrication Zone

New Vetter Web Site Showcases Lifting Bag Innovations and New Technologies

The global leader in high-pressure lifting bags has launched a new Web site tailored specifically for the North American rescue market. Vetter-Rescue.com features comprehensive information regarding Vetter products, technologies, innovations, and best practices, including the new 2011 Vetter product catalog and a database of dealer locations sorted by state.

The new Web site highlights the technological advancements that go into every Vetter pneumatic rescue product and showcases the entire Vetter product line, including lifting bags, rescue paths, hazmat products, emergency medical shelters, and pneumatic tents and showers.

 “We are proud to now offer our customers a central point of information through which they can learn more about how Vetter products meet the needs of rescuers in every emergency situation,” said Bruce Johnston, director of marketing and product management for Hurst Jaws of Life. “Through our ongoing partnerships with emergency professionals, extensive experience and commitment to innovation, Vetter delivers technically-superior equipment that is engineered to take on the most extreme challenges.”

These extreme challenges, and how Vetter products help emergency personnel conquer them, from earthquakes to heavy-duty accidents and from nuclear incidents to environmental disasters and building collapses, are also featured on Vetter-Rescue.com.

Vetter is a member of the Hurst Jaws of Life family of rescue brands. Hurst Jaws of Life is a division of Hale Products Inc. Hale Products Inc. is a world leading provider of emergency service products in applications such as defense, rescue, firefighting and industry, and is one of the largest manufacturers of products to the emergency services worldwide. Hale Products Inc. is a unit of IDEX Corporation, an applied solutions company. For more information about Hurst Jaws of Life, please visit www.jawsoflife.com. For articles on vehicle extrication, visit http://www.fireengineering.com/content/fe/en/extrication-zone.html.