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AMS Heli Design Interior for AW109 and AW119


Texas-based AMS Heli Design received FAA STC for a lightweight, removable emergency medical services advanced life support system (ALSS) interior for the AW119 and AW109



Texas-based AMS Heli Design received FAA STC for a lightweight, removable emergency medical services advanced life support system (ALSS) interior for the AW119 and AW109



AMS Heli Design, January 08, 2018 - Denison, TX - AMS Heli Design, LLC is proud to announce receipt of a FAA Supplementary Type Certificate (STC) for a new lightweight, quickly removable emergency medical services Advanced Life Support System (ALSS) interior for Leonardo AW119 and AW109 helicopters.

Andrea Girolin, Chief Executive Officer for AMS Heli Design said, the ALSS interior has been developed with doctors’, nurses’, and paramedics’ feedback and with the new technology by extensive use of composites and advanced materials and can be removed in less than ten minutes for cleaning and quick change purposes. The ability to remove and reinstall the interior components so quickly, allows deep blood cleaning as often as needed and this is a great advantage for corrosion prevention and clean daily operations and maintenance personnel love this capability.

The ALSS interior is customizable and includes electrical outlets, a high-capacity oxygen system, medical air and suction provisions and a litter support turret topped with an articulating stretcher that allows patients to be loaded feet-first into the helicopter and then turned roughly 90 degrees so the stretcher is parallel to the helicopter doors. Further, the design allows a free stretcher movement inside the cabin with no requirement to raise/remove any seat backrest and this is a “game changing” in day to day operations, permitting a comfortable, quick and easy loading/unloading of the patient: “sometimes minutes counts and our interior can make the difference” says Andrea Girolin. Further, the ALSS installation is Night Vision Goggle Operation compliant and compatible.

While it has applications in the EMS market, Girolin noted the interior would also be suitable for multirole helicopters that need to be reconfigured often and quickly. “I’m sure that we can bring the quick change capabilities into great advantage for operators that wants to have the capability of an EMS helicopter but not restricted to that,” he said.

The interior has been selected by the South African Red Cross to be installed on its three new AW119Kx helicopters and on another five helicopters that will join the fleet in 2018 and 2019, said Girolin. Further we can announce that AMS interior has also been selected by a Guinea operator for its EMS-Utility/VIP quick change operations on one AW109E Power helicopter.

“I’m proud of the product we have created and presented” said Girolin in a statement after HAI Heli-Expo 2017 in Dallas, Texas, where his company launched the new interior and “finally we can offer the market this interior fully certified”. “I see great possibility to take our technology, design, engineering and materials to create interiors on other platforms”.

About AMS Heli Design, LLC: AMS Heli Design is a premier aviation engineering development and aircraft alteration company, moving soon to North Texas Regional Airport (KGYI). Current development projects include a modular light weight incubator base for AW169 and H145 helicopters that will allow EMS operators to transport the incubator with just all mission required equipment and a new light weight and operation friendly EMS ALSS interior for AW169.


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