Ready HeatTM blankets are now certified compliant to ISO 13485:2003 standard on Quality Management Systems for Medical Devices!
These blankets are a single-use, disposable blanket. The warming pack, non-woven fabric, and manufacturing technologies that allow for the blankets unique performance were refined over several years of research and development. The Ready-HeatTM Blankets are a Class 1 Medical Device and received FDA clearance in 2004. A patent was granted in 2006.
The blankets are manufactured in the U.S.A., using a proprietary Radio Frequency welding system.
Since 2005, TechTrade has shipped tens of thousands of blankets to the Department of Defense, Army, Air Force, Marines and military contractors. The contractors put Ready-HeatTM in their new Hypothermia Prevention Kits, which are now carried by U.S. ARMY Combat Casualty Care Medics. Some of the blankets are used in Iraq and Afghanistan to treat and transport wounded soldiers from the battlefield and during transport back to hospitals in both the U.S. and Germany.
Ready-HeatTM II is designed more specifically as a first responder blanket to treat shock and hypothermia. It warms to a minimum 100°F/37.8°C in 10 minutes and will maintain that minimum heat for 6 hours. The blanket has a foam core and is lightweight and comfortable. This comfortable warming blanket is also finding many other medical, EMS and other applications where warmth is required.
Features and Benefits:
Ready-HeatTM, originally designed for the military, is also being used by the following:
- Air activated, heats to 100°F/37.8°C in 8-10 minutes
- 5 year shelf life
- Foam core, lightweight and comfortable
- Individually wrapped in a translucent polybag
- Contains 12 self-warming panels
- Civilian First Responder Blanket
- Water resistant
- Treats shock and pre hypothermia
- 34" x 48"
- Weight: 1.5 lbs.
This product(s) is classified as a Medical Device which is regulated by the FDA. This product may have regulations or restrictions in some states. It is the customer’s responsibility to determine and comply with all applicable federal, state or local laws.
- Emergency Rooms
- Fire Departments
- Search and Rescue
- EMS Ambulances and first responders
- EMS Helicopters
- Disaster trailers