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Emergency Trolleys

Tasman medical emergency trolleys, often called crash carts, are made to suit the specific requirements of the medical and hospital environment.

Our full specification emergency trolley models include a hidden pull out slide for extended work surface, adjustable IV pole, Oxygen bottle holder, and a generous sized Defibrillator tray

Robust, built to last and customisable

With a history of providing medical carts and trolleys that are long-lasting, our emergency carts feature ethically sourced natural anodised aluminium extrusions with a unique interlocking assembly system, in combination with low-pressure cabinets and a seamless and non-porous trolley top that has no crevices or surface irregularities.

All models can be customised to suit the requirements of your medical facility.

Dimension options

Width options (mm):
400, 430, 480, 530, 580, 630, 680, 730, 780, 830, 880 mm

Depth options (mm):
400, 430, 480, 530, 580 mm

Standard height (mm):
900 mm including the castors

Note: height will vary depending on the number of drawers

Drawer height options:

75 mm H, 125 mm H, 175 mm H

Optional Extras
  • Guardrails back and sides
  • Wall buffers
  • Castors: 4 x 100 mm H (2 with brakes)
  • 5-year warranty

Emergency Trolley Models

An emergency trolley (or crash cart) is a mobile cart or cart-like device that is used in hospitals and other healthcare settings to store and transport equipment and supplies that may be needed in emergency situations. Emergency trolleys are typically outfitted with a variety of equipment and supplies, such as oxygen bottles, defibrillators, and medications, that can be used to treat a wide range of medical emergencies. These trolleys are designed to be easily moved and accessed by medical professionals, so that they can quickly respond to emergency situations and provide the necessary care to patients.

At Tasman, we offer a range of Emergency Trolleys models. All these models can be customised to suit the requirements of your medical facility.