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MFC Airtrack Rescue Path

by Greg Preston
Airtrack Rescue Path

MFC Airtrack Rescue Path supplied by MFC International

The Airtrack Rescue Path is an inflatable rescue path used by the majority of the rescue services for accessing casualties during rescue on water, mud, ice and unstable terrain.

Constructed in a catamaran shape, the Airtrack has two sponsons running lengthways down the underside of the path. This shape provides exceptional stability on water, especially during casualty recovery. It also offers clearance on ice, mud flats and unstable terrain, and prevents suction onto mud and soft surfaces.

The Airtrack rescue path is available in various sizes, from 2 to 10m in length. For increased capacity several inflatable paths can be connected using the rapid extension link-up feature. Airtracks can either be connected lengthways to extend the path, or sideways to create a rescue raft, making the Airtrack a truly versatile piece of water rescue equipment.

The Airtrack is compact and portable, packing away neatly into the carrying valise provided. It can be inflated and deployed quickly allowing rescue personnel access to the casualty within minutes.

  • Non-slip top surface
  • Strong and durable
  • Drop stitch construction creates a firm flat surface
  • Incorporates retro-reflective tape for visibility
  • Stable
  • Versatile
  • Low maintenance

The Airtrack can also be used as a temporary pontoon, rescue platform or access path.


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MFC Airtrack Rescue Path supplied by MFC International

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