The upgrade installed the Spectrum Aeromed 2200 Series Advanced Life Support System. Minor modifications are required to the R/H Forward cabinet to facilitate installation of the Life Support
System Electrical box. This installation also installed (4) additional O2 bottles in the Aft baggage compartment. GAT Engineering designed and fabricated the Life Support System adapter which was required due to the unique attachment fittings for the cabin seats.
“The team did a superb job in overcoming design challenges during the installation process,” said Woody Cottner, vice-president of business development at GAT. This upgrade opens up the Textron Premier aircraft to additional capabilities. Modified aircraft will be used for patient transfer and organ transport.
Global Aviation Technologies, founded in Wichita in 2002, is a minority woman-owned small business offering engineering, manufacturing, special mission modification, and maintenance services for a variety of commercial and military customers. GAT is an FAA, EASA and DGAC (Mexico) certified Part 145 repair station and supports a variety of turboprop and turbine powered aircraft models. GAT holds Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) from the FAA and is AS9100D and ISO 9001:2015 certified.
Spectrum Aeromed is a leader in Air Ambulance medical interiors. Located in Fargo North Dakota, Spectrum has completed numerous Air Ambulance equipment solutions for both Fixed Wing and Rotary Wing aircraft.