We have defibrillators to be used in hostile places (sea, rain, countryside, beach, swimming pools, industry in general…) by anyone, prevention team, security teams, with minimal training.
Our defibrillators are very easy to use, the goal is that any user can save the life of a friend, partner, family member or other person who has been the victim of sudden cardiac arrest.
Our SAT technical team applies comprehensive maintenance protocols to the resuscitation equipment installed, being pioneers at the national level in control and detection systems, offering assistance 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, as well as immediate replacement equipment.
OXYGEN OXY PRO
We have the advanced OXIpro equipment, designed for first responders in the resuscitation process or providing first aid to victims who need it.
This equipment is a state-of-the-art model adapted to any possibility that the client needs to perform first aid.
TOTEM TOWER – COLUMN OF LIFE
In 2016, our technical CPR Training- Cathy Lanuza development team incorporated the “Totem Tower of Life” model – “Column of Life” , an exclusive design by CPR Training- Cathy Lanuza tailored to our customers.
This equipment incorporates a state-of-the-art defibrillator, geolocation, a resuscitation kit made up of surgical razors, PPE for rescuers, cpr mask-nitrile gloves, underpads, a telephone system for the exclusive use of 112 emergencies, it is installed with different opening and communication systems. with the emergency services.
Alarm of use, alarm of theft through movement and displacement detectors of the DESA equipment.
We manufacture our own cardioprotection towers and columns of life in Navarra, installing them nationally and internationally. Our R&D department constantly develops new proposals for innovation.
POLYCARBONATE / METHACRYLATE SHOWCASES
We have different formats, sizes of transparent cabinets for placement of defibrillator equipment, our customers can decide on the “fast” opening system to use the DESA.
We deal with all the signage of “Cardio-safe zone”, “DESA” in accordance with the European directive and recommendation of the American Resuscitation Council