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Havis-Shields Titan Mount

 

 
 
 

Fran Hildwine, BS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P | | Wednesday, April 29, 2009


Remember when laptops were first placed in EMS vehicles? Yeah, we could play solitaire while responding Code 3, but it was sometimes hard to read the screen due to road vibration. And once the novelty wore off, we realized our vehicles werenÌt designed for computers and many of the mounting systems were bulky or downright difficult to maneuver. The Titan Mount from Havis-Shields will hold your computer safely and securely, while eliminating vibrations. ItÌs easily customized for your specific application, and thereÌs even an optional Ïlift assistÓ gas shock thatÌll make moving the computer easier.

VITALS

Size, Weight & Cost: Varies by configuration

800/524-9900

www.havis.com




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