The Mercedes Sprinter chassis is created by adding a crate to the ambulance. It can be used both as an emergency aid and as a patient transfer. A box made of sandwich panels is installed on the ambulance chassis. The profile thickness used in the housing is 25mm. Oxygen and stretcher sets are accessible from inside the ambulance through a clear cabinet. There is a carrying platform that can move left and right. In addition, there is a ramp to help the stretcher get out of the ambulance easily. The ambulance has a defibrillator and a ventilator. An ambulance can be made from suitcases of different brands such as Iveco, Ducato, Citreon, etc. It is made of polyurethane material. There is a Mercedes box ambulance kit in an easy open clip for ambulance use in patient cabinets.
The set includes a fire extinguisher, oxygen extinguisher and first aid kit. There is also a chock to prevent the vehicle from skidding when parked. A medical waste bin made of stainless steel is located near the head of the stretcher in the ward. There is also a syringe bin above the medical bin here. There are two different systems that light patient rooms. There are 4 or 6 long lights that contain LEDs. The lights have day and night mode and can be easily controlled from the control panel in the patient room. There are 3 or 4 white LEDs with chips inside the light.
Ambulances have audible sirens and lighting systems. Polyester fairing headlights can also be fitted upon request.