Re: Securing things to a floating floor
Hey Opus ..
.. I have to be honest with you man .. some of the installations I have seen scare me to death .. floating floors and minimally-secured hardware inside the bus with warm bodies is not good in an emergency .. if you absolutely must have anything inside, bolt it all down .. tight .. through the floor so that nothing flies apart in a fender bender or , God forbid, a roll-over ..
.. I used to have some pictures of the back end of an ambulance that flipped over, didn't roll, just flipped after impact .. the O2 tank destroyed everything in the rear, including the paramedic's career, and only made an already injured person worse-off .. the defibrillator punched a hole clean through the wall and the rest of all the flying gear became shrapnel .. for what it's worth, bolt it all down .. hard .. put your batteries and water tanks, and every other accessory you can, under the bus and mounted to the frame .. even a gameboy/Nitendo DS can do some damage at 40+ mph, much less the TV it is attached to .. just saying ..
God's Speed brother ..
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