• Approvals and certificates for use in ambulances, helicopters and airplanes
• Flexible mounting and system integration options
• Adult, pediatric and neonatal ventilation
• Independence from compressed air
• Up to nine hours of battery life
• Advanced ventilation modes including ASV® and INTELLiVENT®-ASV*
• CPR Ventilation*
• Non-invasive ventilation and integrated high-flow oxygen therapy**
• Digital Solutions for Respiratory Care: Hamilton Connect Module and App
* Not available in all markets
** Always use active humidification during high flow oxygen therapy
The most popular ventilator for critical care transport helicopters
According to the HOVER (Handover of ventilated Helicopter Emergency Services patients in the emergency room) online survey of air rescue organizations in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy and Luxembourg, 71% of these organizations chose the HAMILTON-T1 as their care transport ventilator1.
Approved for all types of transport
The HAMILTON-T1 complies with transport standards EN 794-3 and ISO 10651-3 for emergency and transport ventilators, EN 1789 for ambulances, EN 13718-1 and RTCA/DO-160G for aircraft, as well than IEC 60601-1-12 for basic safety and essential performance. It reliably accompanies your patients to any destination inside or outside the hospital, on land, at sea and in the air.
Independent of compressed air
The integrated high-performance turbine allows the HAMILTON-T1 to be completely independent of compressed air, which reduces weight and saves space. Even non-invasively ventilated patients can be transported successfully over greater distances.
Up to nine hours of battery life
Battery life of up to nine hours is provided by an integrated battery and a hot-swappable battery. Battery run time can be extended as needed with additional hot-swappable batteries.
Flexible mounting and system integration options
The wide range of system integration and mounting options allow you to tailor the HAMILTON-T1 to your needs and infrastructure. Different solutions are available for all major types of helicopters and ambulances, as well as for hospital beds, stretchers, surfaces, shelves, poles, rails and ceilings.