Osage Type II Ambulances

Type2Type II ambulances have a long wheelbase and are based around an integral cab design. They tend to be smaller in weight than Type I ambulances, which means that they get better fuel mileage. Differing from Type I ambulances which have an entirely new compartment dropped onto the chassis; Type II ambulances typically use the same frame of the vehicle but feature a raised roof instead. While the smaller size also limits the on-board capabilities of a Type 2 ambulance, these ambulances can be operated at a lower cost while still meeting all of the necessary needs of a transport.

Osage Ambulances produces one Type II ambulance, the Travois, which is available on three different chassis types: The Ford Econoline, the Mercedes Sprinter, and the Chevy Express.

Type 2 ambulances are ideal for those looking for an ambulance that is more likely to be used for transportation than emergency response, due to the improved fuel mileage and reduced operation costs.

Osage Type II Travois Ambulance

The Travois Type II ambulance is available in three different chassis types: the Ford Econoline, Chevrolet Express and Mercedes Sprinter. All of the models share a lot of common traits and benefits of a reliable Type II ambulance. They all offer affordable, fuel-efficient vehicles that are becoming increasingly popular with gas prices in the United States seemingly always on the rise. Used by a number of private and for-profit services, many are used for expedient transportation services.

While the Travois Type II ambulance does not offer the same functionality of larger ambulances, it has all of the necessary features for a medical transport vehicle. If fuel economy and a basic transport service are the goals of your organization, Osage’s Type II Travois ambulance is the emergency vehicle you’re looking for.

Travois Type II Features and Benefits

Travois Type 2 ambulances are ideal for those in the market for a fuel efficient ambulance with a high quality build. They are popular among private and non-profit medical transportation services.

  • Fiberglass roof cap with reinforced “waffled” integral ¾” roof panel
  • Full length wire mesh ground plane in roof
  • Full length 7-bar “sled style” roll cage installed in compliance w/ Ford QVM OEM roof protecting driver’s compartment
  • Curb side 6” impact protection beam
  • Grip strut rear step bumper with rubber dock bumpers
  • Automotive undercoating protection
  • R-14.5 Reflectics insulation throughout
  • Patient compartment sliding door in walk-thru
  • Bulkhead recessed for additional room in cab
  • Rear facing EVS high back attendant seat
  • Squad bench
  • Retractable seat belts at designated seating positions
  • Steel retaining bracket for oxygen “M” cylinder and two “Ohio” oxygen outlets
  • SSCOR suction unit
  • Locking Sharps container
  • Standard ALS shelving
  • 3/4″ solid core cabinet grade plywood for all cabinets with all screws, no staples
  • Full length/full depth upper left wall cabinets and large overhead bulkhead cabinets
  • Ferno Washington Model 175-I Cot fastener

Osage Type II Travois Specs

Ford E-350 Gas

Chevy G-3500

Mercedes Sprinter

Wheel Base Van

138″

155″

144″

GVWR

9,400 lbs

9,900 lbs

8,550 lbs

Engine

6.8 EFI Triton V10 Gas w/ OEM Block Heater

6.6 L Duramax Diesel w/ Block Heater wired to the Shoreline GFI Protected

3.0 Liter V6 Diesel

Transmission

5-Speed Electronic w/ Overdrive

6- Speed Automatic

5-Speed Automatic

Interior Head Room

66″

66″

73 3/4″

Standard Drawings

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