TYPE I AMBULANCES

MCCOY MILLER AMBULANCE TRUCKS

AMBULANCE TRUCKS WITH
UNIVERSAL APPEAL

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Each McCoy Miller Type I ambulance is built on a modular body that delivers a 142-, 146-, 163- or a 170" box length, as well as 66-72" of headroom for maximum versatility in the field. These emergency vehicles provide universal appeal, giving crews their choice of a Chevy, Dodge or Ford ambulance chassis — and all built in an ISO certified factory.

  • The preferred model among many fire departments due to its deeper engine design, Type I ambulances are built with a truck-style cab that provides ease of maintenance.
  • McCoy Miller utilizes an Excel electrical system, a modular printed circuit board that allows for easy panel additions, as well as the ability to change functions.
  • The chassis’ on these emergency vehicles offer a higher gross vehicle weight rating on three versatile sizes, which means you can house more equipment and passengers without worry.

CHASSIS

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Pulling gross vehicle weights of 13,000-, 13,200- and 14,000-lbs, these Type I ambulances can handle any emergency. Equipped with either a Chevy, Dodge or Ford ambulance chassis, this nimble team member is guaranteed to pull more than its fair share.

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Chevy CK3500

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Chevy CK3500 1146C

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Dodge 1163D

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Dodge 1170D

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Dodge 3500 HD 1142D

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Dodge 3500 HD

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Ford 1163F

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Ford 1170F

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Ford F350 1142F

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Ford F350 1146F

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Freightliner 9170M2

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Freightliner 9170M2

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International 91631

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International 91701

MODULES

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Consider us part of the crew. Delivering the industry’s strongest lineup of ambulance sizes and value-packed features, each McCoy Miller Type I ambulance was built with EMTs in mind. Backed by REV, these 142-170” ambulances are precision-cut, safety-focused crewmembers.

CNC LASER CUT EXTRUSIONS

CNC lasers cut each hole in the ambulance during the build process, limiting the variance between units to such a precise degree that repeatability and replacement is easier than ever. Meanwhile, this also allows McCoy Miller to deliver some of the best lead times in the industry.

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THE BOND YOU’LL APPRECIATE

McCoy Miller ambulances utilize a strong VHB tape, a very high bondo adhesive, to seal panels together. While competitor’s sanding and re-welding processes cause structural rippling and an unappealing end product, the VHB method provides aesthetic structural integrity.

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ROBOTIC WELDING FOR PRECISION

An ambulance can’t be seamless, but McCoy Miller aims for just that. Robotic welding on essential seams, like the corners of ambulance doors, ensures the weld is accurately placed, eliminating room for human error where strength counts the most.

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STANDARDS

Each McCoy Miller Type I ambulance comes with a large assortment of standard features to ensure your crew can reach each scene without worry, as well as accomplish the job-at-hand with the tools and inclusions built right into the unit.

Body

  • Body: All-aluminum construction
  • Framework: Fully welded tubular structure
  • Rear bumper: Steel frame with ADP covering and flip-up center to facilitate loading
  • Roof: Crown rolled to inhibit water pooling
  • Running boards: Diamond plate

Cabinets and Compartments

  • O2 storage: Street-side front compartment
  • ALS cabinet: Storage for two 747 kits, mon./defib., medical cabinet, located at front bulkhead (142/146)
  • ALS cabinet: Two large cabinets with 3/8" hinged Plexiglas doors (163/170)
  • Full 3/4" marine-grade wood cabinetry
  • Completely seamless upholstery

Doors

  • Door liners: 14GA stainless-steel, attached with 10-24 stainless-steel screws into automotive clips
  • Door jam switches: Magnetic
  • HD extruded door frames: .125” pan-formed skin
  • HD extruded door jams: Seamless
  • Improved design: Reduced welding to enhance overall appearance
  • Integrated door seal: Reduces wear on seal and eliminates outer contamination
  • Latches: TriMark paddle-style latches




Electrical system

  • Circuit board: Printed
  • Console switches: Marine-grade, replaceable, milliamp circuit
  • Dome lights: Six dome lights, Hi-Lo switched
  • Door open circuits: Magnetic/LED diagnostic circuit
  • Harness: Heavy-duty, machine-crimped, pull and load tested
  • Inverter: Pre-wired for inverter
  • System: Excel electrical system and ECX electronic master switch with timer
  • Timing devices: LED clock in rear control panel

Emergency alert

  • Back-up alarm: 97 Db with momentary cutoff
  • Load lights: Two Whelen 900 series
  • Marker lights: ICC LED
  • Scene lights: Four Whelen 900 series
  • Siren: Whelen 2955SLSA1
  • Speakers: Two CPI with 100-watt speakers
  • Spotlight: One, 400,000CP hand-held light with momentary switch, hard wired to console
  • Warning lights: Whelen 900 series

Environmental

  • AC/heat system: 650 CFM blower, 36,000-BTU heat, 32,000-BTU cool
  • Insulation: R-11 fiberglass bats
  • Vent power: Marine style with three-speed fan

Medical Support

  • Aspirator: Rico RS4X disposable
  • CPR seat: In street-side cabinets
  • Hazardous waste/sharps disposal: Stainless-steel A bar at the head of squad bench
  • IV holders: Two dual-cast, swing-down rubber holders with Velcro retaining straps
  • O2 tanks: O2 zico QRMV rack for “M” or “H” tanks

Safety

  • Seat belts: Six-point safety harnesses
  • Emergency release latches
  • ISO 9001:2008 Certified
  • QVM Certified

OPTIONS

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McCoy Miller ambulances give you options when building your new fleet. The versatility of building on the modular body and configuring the rest of the unit for unique specifications allows for upgrades to the heating and cooling, as well as aftermarket additions to the electrical panel.



Electrical

The easy-to-operate Excel electrical system operates all of the ambulance’s essential functions, while a printed circuit board gives crews the ability to easily add components to the switch panel with minimal wiring.

Heating & Cooling

McCoy Miller’s standard is fiberglass insulation with an R-11 value, but users can upgrade to an optional spray foam that can be incorporated underneath the surfaces. Reflective materials are used to help neutralize hot and cold external elements.

Patient Compartment

The action area at the back of the ambulance comes with a digital clock. The digital clock is integrated into the electrical switch panel, providing EMTs with a means to check pulses without having to rely on an analog clock.

EXTERIOR

Each McCoy Miller ambulance comes with TriMark handles that are able to accommodate gloved hands, a handy feature when EMTs and firefighters are in a hurry to get into the unit and back to the scene.

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