Total Aerospace Solutions have designed, manufactured, and installed a modular Aeromedical Fitout for B200 King Airs with the first being completed in early 2008 at the TAS Albion Park Facility. The modular Fitout provides the aircraft a comprehensive intensive care level capability and has multiple features including the following:
- A Patient Loading Device capable of loading 340kg into the aircraft with only two people assisting. The loading system can be tailored to load a range of items including multiple different types of stretcher and other ancillary equipment.
- Aeromedical Seats with adjustable backs and an integrated intercom switch panel in the arm rest. The seat can be tailored to include a lap sash or a 4 point harness. A version of the seat includes floor sliders allowing the seat to be repositioned easily for patient loading and treatment purposes.
- Aeromedical Stretchers including carry handles for remote area operations and a gas strut operated backrest and knee lift. The stretcher includes an integrated intensive care medical bridge which can be tailored to suit an array of medical equipment.
- Two Patient Litter Pods with integrated aeromedical services including suction, oxygen and power. The pods include a composite side wall supporting medical service outlets.
- A Medical Cabinet with multiple drawers of different sizes to suit a multitude of storage needs. A hot and cold water storage tank is mounted on the top of the cabinet.
- A fold down ladder that allows for access to the cabin, when the cargo door with integral airstair is open.
- The modular designs utilise membrane switch technology along with an array of TAS design and developed circuit boards.
- A hydraulic cargo door opener with a self contained hydraulic supply which replaces the aft cargo door gas strut.
This Aeromedical Fitout has been adapted further from the design used on the B200C King Air and can also be installed on the B300 King Air. The aircraft's additional length allows for an extra seat to be installed to allow for better patient care.