Off Road Clinic
Created to be robust and effective, the Lightweight and High Mobility Venturer has the ability to transform and adapt to become all things to all users. The Off Road Semi-Trailer was primarily born out of the desire to make a difference to inaccessible tribes effected by the AIDS virus, by bringing much needed clinical assistance and educational input. The Venturer has to be wholly viable to survive the demands placed upon it whether commercially or charitable, so a range of vehicles was designed and engineered to provide an evolutionary and dynamic transportation alternative.
Being based on a 4X4, it uses less fuel than the equivalent 6X6 truck, so it is smaller and therefore more accessible to remote areas, whilst simultaneously having more usable internal space.
Having designed the Vipex Venturer Off road clinic, for a specific purpose, the ability to sustain and support such a good idea and move it into the realms of reality is what the entire range has been created around. Sometimes in order to make that difference, the charitable has to be not only an idea in a million, but equally commercially viable to ensure its continuing performance.
Its construction means it can cope with the roughest of terrain and still operate, saving on downtime due to failure. Making the transport system quite economical to run.
A rugged go anywhere vehicle offering an Educational Cinema type environment under the shade of the awning.
The totally cross-braced body put the off road clinic well within the realms of “Difficult to destroy”
The front cube is set aside for GP type consultations, to build client confidence and to collate data.
The rearmost section is the laboratory, where bloods and stools can be analysed instantly on site, as well as examination small operations can be performed instantly too.
High Floor height
The high floor height not only helps with ground clearance but also places the clinic well above any diseased water hazards