STABLE Operating Theatre

Stabilized Operating Theater, longside, outstroke
Stabilized Operating Theater, longside, uncompensated
Stabilized Operating Theater, longside, outstroke

Naval vessels, large yachts and cruise liners can all encounter the need for emergency surgery. The severity of an injury or acute ailment does not provide for waiting, and thus the team has to be independent of wave conditions.

The STABLE Operating Theatre can save lives, in addition to increasing the efficiency and reducing risks when used aboard vessels such as hospital ships.

STABLE Operating Theater lets the surgical team be 100% focused at the task at hand, hence any movements of the surroundings may have fatal consequences.

Or in simple terms; STABLE Operating Theatre provides the patient, the medical personnel and equipment the sensation of being in a land-based operating theatre despite the ship movements.

STABLE Operating Theatre
The STABLE Operating Theater is customized to the need of each application when it comes to size, height and maximum roll and pitch angles. In principle two different solutions are available one based on the geometry of the STABLE Deck and one based on a specialized design for this application using vertical actuators (ref photo).

The last one is designed for large roll and pitch angles and a minimum height of the platform.

Technical Specifications (PDF)

For the STABLE Deck version, please refer to the STABLE Deck section.

The specialized designed platform is based on using two vertical actuators moving the platform in the roll and pitch axes. This design enables roll and pitch angels up to +-15 degrees.

Is this a standard product?

No, the solution will be customized and tailor made according to the specific needs of each application.

What is the delivery time?

At least 4 months, dependent of the specific design.

What is the typical payload?

Typical payload is 1.000 kg, up to 2.000 kg.

What is the power consumption?

Dependent of the pay load, size of platform, maximum roll and pitch angles, typical angular velocity in roll and pitch and weather conditions. Typical 1 to 10 kWatt.