Creativity and technology, taste and functional rigour: for Spencer, product design means uniting the most advanced aspects of scientific and engineering research with the aesthetic dimension of the products used for immobilization operations. This philosophy finds its roots in the cultural and industrial experience, developed through decades of activity in the rescue field; experience which is tightly correlated with skills that mutually improve each other, taking reliability one from the other and giving birth to a series of innovative and winning ideas.
The first splints in stretch neoprene.
The first rigid splints with flexible inserts and elevated elastic memory.
The first splints with a removable insert to allow machine-washing.
The first double shell extrication device with integrated belts.
The first vacuum splints with separated chambers.
The first spine board realized with rotational moulding techniques in double shell high density polyethylene.
The first ankle immobilizer for spine boards realized with a self-filming elastic compound.
The first inject-moulded head immobilizer in self-filming polyurethane.