Intelligent transport ventilation for armed forces
- Performance of a fully featured ICU ventilator
- For use in helicopters, airplanes, ambulances, hospital ships, combat support hospitals, and battalion aid stations
- Adaptive, lung-protective ventilation modes, including ASV®
- Up to 9 hours of battery operating time
The HAMILTON-T1 is the first device to combine the functionality of a fully featured intensive care unit ventilator with the compactness and ruggedness required for tough conditions. This allows you to offer your patients optimal ventilation support during transport, even in challenging environments. In addition to the features mentioned above, the HAMILTON-T1 military also offers:
- Digital solutions for respiratory care: Hamilton Connect Module and App
- Noninvasive ventilation and integrated high flow oxygen therapy*
- Independence from compressed air
* Always use active humidification during high flow oxygen therapy
Optimized for armed forces
- Quick startup settings according to protocol
- Compatible with night vision goggles
- Usable with NBC filter
- Flexible mounting and system integration options
- A range of communication and connectivity options
Use in the toughest conditions
The HAMILTON-T1 was designed to withstand demanding environmental conditions.
- Temperatures ranging from -15°C up to +50°C,
- Humidity levels from 5% to 95%,
- Altitudes of up to 25,000 ft
- Can withstand splashing water or pouring rain (IP54 ingress protection)
- Lightweight, compact, and sturdy
Approved for all types of transport
The HAMILTON-T1 meets the 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 as IEC60601-1-12 for basic safety and essential performance.
It reliably accompanies your patients to any destination either within or outside of the hospital, on the ground, at sea, and in the air.
Easy to handle, simple to use
Adaptive, lung-protective ventilation
ASV® adapts ventilation breath-by-breath, 24 hours a day, from intubation to extubation. It continuously adjusts respiratory rate, tidal volume, and inspiratory pressure depending on the patient’s lung mechanics and effort. ASV has been a well-established mode in critical care since 1998 and has become a standard ventilation mode in many units around the world.
Designed for intuitive operation
The user interface of the HAMILTON-T1 is designed for easy, intuitive operation, and allows direct access to important settings.
Optimal use of human resources
Together with ASV, the HAMILTON-T1 can reduce the workload for staff by lowering the number of alarms and manual adjustments, while maintaining lung-protective ventilation. This frees up time for other aspects of patient care. The free e-learning offered by Hamilton Medical supports your education and training needs.
HAMILTON-T1 for pandemics or mass casualties
Emergency preparedness ventilators must be versatile enough to meet the ventilator demands of a mass casualty and/or pandemic event. The AARC provides a list of requirements in Guidelines for Acquisition of Ventilators to Meet Demands for Pandemic Flu and Mass Casualty Incidents, all of which the HAMILTON-T1 either meets or exceeds.
To make your life easier
- Convenient transport and storage solutions
- Easy procurement
- Advanced online user training
- Flexible maintenance and support
HAMILTON-T1 military brochure SW3.0.x
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Brochures Marketing materials
HAMILTON-T1 night vision option flyer
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HAMILTON-T1 USA - Required ventilator capabilities for pandemics or mass casualties
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Software release notes
HAMILTON-T1 technical specifications SW3.0.x US
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Depending on your country, some features may be available as options, may have different specifications than described on this website, or may not be available. Contact your Hamilton Medical representative for details.
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Kirakli C, Naz I, Ediboglu O, Tatar D, Budak A, Tellioglu E. A randomized controlled trial comparing the ventilation duration between adaptive support ventilation and pressure assist/control ventilation in medical patients in the ICU. Chest. 2015 Jun;147(6):1503-1509. doi: 10.1378/chest.14-2599