Highline Remount

Our remounts whether type I or III always gets what is contained in the basic remount package. This is our starting point for all remounts. The mid line and highline packages are just samples of commonly requested items on remounts. We can perform as little or as much on your remount as you request. Let our team help you work through the process. We are innovative and think outside the box. So do not be afraid to ask any questions.
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Highline Remount

Before any work is started on the remount, there is a complete 25 page inspection form completed for each remount. That helps us find any hidden defects.

EXTERIOR
1. Inspect module for corrosion, damage
2. Inspect all door latches, handles, locks for proper operations
3. Inspect all exterior lighting for proper operation
4. Inspect all exterior lighting for cracked lenses or damage
5. Inspect rear bumper for damage
6. Inspect fenderettes, rub rails for damage
7. Inspect stone guards and kick plate for damage
8. Test shore line for proper function
9. Inspect all exterior compartments for damage
10. Inspect all door weather seals
11. Inspect all exterior compartment lights & door ajar circuits and switches
12. Inspect all drip rails
13. Inspect all module windows

INTERIOR
1. Inspect all interior lighting
2. Inspect module switch panel for proper function
3. Inspect 120V circuit for proper function per AMD Standard 009
4. Inspect medical 12 VDC outlets for functions
5. Inspect and test O2 system per AMD Standard 015
6. Inspect and test suction unit
7. Inspect vinyl flooring
8. Inspect all upholstery and padding
9. Inspect all plexi-glass sliding doors
10. Inspect all cabinet latches, locks, shocks, and hinges
11. Inspect interior laminates & head liner
12. Inspect front console switches and gauges for function
13. Inspect heater and air conditioner for proper function
*** Notify customer of all defects found not covered in contents with quote for repairs

MODULE REMOVAL
1. Evacuate and save freon from module and chassis
2. Drain and save antifreeze from module and chassis
3. Remove wiring from electrical control panel to old chassis
4. Remove front console and wiring
5. Remove module from chassis
6. Thoroughly inspect the under module structure and mounting points for corrosion, broken welds, and damage
7. Repair as needed
8. Prep new chassis to accept module
9. Install new mounting pucks or isolation pads
10. Remove all doors, hinges, latches, etc completely and sandblast module and doors
11. Prime and paint with Dupont Nason basecoat, clear coat paint
12. Install new upholstery and padding
13. Install new Heat/AC unit with new EPDM Nomex heater hoses and new AC lines
14. Install new attendant seat with child safety seat
15. Install new RC Tronics electrical control panel with new front and rear switch panels and gauges
16. Install new rotary latches and striker pins
17. Install all new door weather seal
18. Install new cast products door grabbers
19. Install new cast license plate holder
20. Install new cast fuel fill housing with new hoses
21. Install new Kussmaul 20 amp eject shore line
22. Install new fenderettes
23. Install new back up alarm
24. Install new Whelen LED warning light package on module
25. Install new switches on entry and compartment doors
26. Install new cab to box seal and bolts
27. Install new fuel fill hoses
28. Install new electrical harness in new chassis
29. Install new Whelen 500 series LED grille lights with chrome flange
30. Install new Whelen 700 series LED intersection lights with chrome flange
31. Install new cast products 100 watt siren speakers in the front bumper
32. Install new 1/O battery cables
33. Install 3 1/O braided ground straps
34. Evacuate and charge AC unit
35. Fill with new antifreeze
36. Hook up all electrical wiring
37. Single 8-10” Belt line on cab painted
38. Star of Life package
39. Install new diamond plate rear step bumper with flip up center section
40. Undercoat module
41. Install new Lonseal flooring
42. Install new diamond plate stone guards on the front and rear of module
43. Install new diamond plate rear kick plate
44. Install new diamond plate rub rails
45. Install new heavy duty diamond plate running boards
46. Clean and polish all compartments and entry door panels
47. New hour meter
48. New SS wheel simulators with valve extensions
49. New Carson siren
50. New engine cover console
51. New cot fastener & hardware 175-4
52. Test all electrical systems for proper function
53. Road test for minimum of 50 miles
54. Weigh vehicle and certify for AMD / KKA-1822-F
55. Test heat/AC
56. Test electrical system per AMD 005
*** Lettering, decals and additional stripes quoted separately
*** Chassis quoted seperately

Recent Deliveries

We wish to thank these following departments for allowing us to work with them designing and performing their remounts. Thank you for putting your trust and confidence in Emergency Mobile Tech.

Parke County EMS

Parke County, Indiana

Remount of a Braun Cheif on to a 2018 Ford E-350

Woodburn Fire Department

 Woodburn, Indiana

Remount of a Braun Chief XL on to a 2017 Ford F-450 4X4

Jefferson Emergency Rescue

 Jefferson, Ohio

Remount of a Braun Chief XL on to a 2017 Ford E-450

Southwest Allen County Fire District

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Remount of a Wheeled Coach on to a 2017 Ford E-450

Eaton EMTs Inc.

Eaton, Indiana

Remount of a Marque on to a 2017 Ford E-450

Riverside Medical Center

Kankakee, Illinois

Remount of Two Horton Type III converted to Type I 2017 Ford F-350

Pierpont Fire Department

Pierpont, Ohio 

Remount of a Road Rescue on to a 2017 Ford E-450

Robinaugh EMS

Bellefontaine, Ohio

Remount of a Medix on to a Ford E-450

Sullivan Fire & Rescue

Sullivan, Illinois

Remount of a Braun Chief XL on to a Ford E-450

Hours of Operation

MON – FRI 8:00am – 5:00pm

SAT By appointment

SUN We are closed

 Emergency Mobile Tech

109 S. 1st Street

Decatur, IN 46733

260-728-9111