EMS Evacuation HoverJack

For evacuation of patients in the most challenging environments

Promotes EMS safety to avoid injury
The EMS Evacuation HoverJack device allows EMS staff to lift and evacuate patients in the most challenging environments. Four air chambers are inflated to lift the patient from the floor in a supine position, maintaining patient dignity and minimizing the risk of injury to the crew by creating a no-lift environment. The tapered head-end improves manoeuvrability around corners and down stairwells and the fastening belts and foot pouch secure the patient during evacuation.

Seamless solution
When used in conjunction with the HoverMatt, a seamless solution is presented for lateral transfer from bed or floor to the EMS Evacuation HoverJack, and on to the ambulance stretcher in preparation for transport. When inflated, a cushion of air beneath the HoverMatt reduces the force needed to move the patient by 80-90%, while also reducing patient skin shear and bruising.


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Increased time efficiency

EMS Evacuation HoverJack contributes to more efficient working hours, which means that transport times during work shifts can be shortened.
Inflatable head-end wedge - Feature

Inflatable head-end wedge

The inflated head-end wedge facilitates an adjustable positioning to improve the patient’s breathing and comfort.
Replaceable Teflon coated bottom - Feature

Replaceable Teflon coated bottom

The Teflon-coated bottom, which is replaceable, allows patients to be easily moved over most surfaces.
EMS Evacuation HoverJack in Stairwell

Dual purposes

The device can be used for both stairwell evacuations and for vertical lifts.


Item number
Height (mm)
Length (mm)
Maximum user weight (kg)
Pieces per pack
Width (mm)
EMS Evacuation HoverJack HJ32EV-2 760 1980 Top: Nylon med polyurethane coating. Bottom: Teflon impregnated polyester. Latex-free. 544 1 812

In between patient use, the EMS Evacuation HoverJack should be wiped down with a cleaning solution used by your hospital for medical equipment disinfection. A 10:1 bleach solution (10 parts water: one part bleach) or disinfectant wipes can also be used. NOTE: Cleaning with a bleach solution may discolour fabric.


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