Based in Kuwait, KIPIC chose LDV to create their new rehab vehicle. For this rehab vehicle, they went with a Rosenbauer fire apparatus chassis featuring a 20ft. rescue body. Inside, KIPIC has included twelve Kore Kooler rehab chairs for staff to use when active cooling is needed. An on-board lavatory has been incorporated on the inside for convenience and features a pressurized water system, low-profile toilet, stainless steel sink, paper towel holder, and wastebasket. This pressurized water system also features an electric water heater, one 30 gallon fresh water supply tank, and one 35 gallon waste tank. There is also a galley kitchen with an 800-watt microwave oven and refrigerator with a minimum 12 cu. ft. of storage for water bottles.
Custom-fabricated aluminum cabinets and closets can be found throughout the vehicle. Many of these feature adjustable shelves, giving staff the ability to rearrange to suit their storage needs. For additional work space, two blow-molded commercial duty folding tables have been added as well and fold in half for simple storage. For seating, fixed bench seating has been fabricated with removable cushions for additional storage space. Laminate countertops have been utilized for durability. Two FRP-covered pocket doors on heavy-duty aluminum tracks create separation between the different areas when needed. Four horizontal sliding windows with screens allow natural light to filter inside the vehicle along with fresh air when open. Green lED overhead lights have also been integrated in the interior for use during nighttime operations.
A Cummins Onan Export Commercial Quiet 13.KW diesel generator has been installed in its own custom housing to provide electric power to the vehicle when needed. Handling HVAC duties are four Coleman international series air conditioners and a Fan-tastic Vent 1250 3-speed reversible power roof ventilator to keep staff cool in the hot sun.