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HueyPilotVN

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It seems as though we are often talking about different floor plans.

So I thought it might be fun for me to share with you some floor plans that you probably have never seen before.

I designed the following dozen floor plans while working with Newmar as a supplier to our company.  These are designed to be incorporated as add on units into the larger design of the mobile hospital system.

They are reduced and will not use any of your data to look at as you do not need to download them.



 

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HueyPilotVN

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Here are the rest.
 

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Isaac-1

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Thanks, those are interesting, the thing that surprises me most is the fact that so many have 2 restrooms, I would have thought a single restroom would have been plenty for the occupancy capacity.
 

HueyPilotVN

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Good question,  There is an underlying reason for the double restrooms.

First you can never have too many restrooms, However that is not the primary reason for the double restrooms.

The more important issue is that you especially cannot have too many hand washing sinks,  If you carefully look at the designs you will see that there are at least four sinks in all the clinical units.  They each require a water supply, drain and vent,  The mirror design allows for four sinks using two plumbing stacks. and a central location for the holding tanks and fresh water tank.
 

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For reference, Here are some of the other units in the mobile hospital.

The medical clinics are based on a 40 foot diesel pusher.

The larger mobile surgical units are about 4 times larger, (1,000 sq ft) and a mobile clinic would almost fit in the space of one of the slideouts.

The full mobile hospital is made up of many units replacing normal hospital functions.

 

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HueyPilotVN

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Ok,  Now I will show you a really wild concept vehicle.

I was asked to design this vehicle for the military.

It is a medical retrieval vehicle designed to pick up wounded soldiers that are exposed in a live fire environment.

It is a full capability ambulance with an armored exterior with an extendable covered safe environment for the medics during pickup.

The sliding rear section moves to the rear and over the patient.  It then lowers to completely protect both the patient and the medical recovery team.

The interior has far more supplies and equipment than a normal ambulance and can even support emergency surgery.

I am also showing a drawing of the alternate chassis configuration for extreme off road.
 

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Jkoht

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Even if it's only in the drawing stages, are you supposed to be showing designs for military contracts? Seems like a good way to get yanked off the project.
 

HueyPilotVN

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I am retired and I designed these about 15 years ago.

Even back then I would have had to fire myself.

These are not secret military plans.

The only real improvements of these medical retrieval vehicles is the advanced medical capabilities including emergency surgical capabilities and telemedicine cooperation and more important to the medics is the ability to retrieve a patient in a shielded environment under fire.

I have no problem sharing anything that can save lives.  I saw to many soldiers that did not survive after retrieval as a MediVac pilot.
 

Jkoht

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Hey as long as everything is on the up and up that's all that matters.
 
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