NOVARIS C patient transport trolley

“The extraordinary does not happen in smooth, ordinary ways.” (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe). We are of the same opinion and this has shaped our actions from the very beginning. As with the development of the NOVARIS C. With the NOVARIS C, we have developed an emergency vehicle that breaks new ground in terms of equipment and manufacturing processes.

Sturdy but light.

Um die Grundsteifigkeit des Gesamtfahrzeuges zu verbessern, sind wir bei der Entwicklung einen neuen Weg gegangen. Der Dachaufbau wurde im sogenannten Vakuumexpansions-Verfahren hergestellt, welches deutlich Qualität und Steifigkeit des Gesamtfahrzeuges steigert und bis zu 20 % leichter ist.


The NOVARIS C meets
not only the requirements of DIN EN 1789 (10 g in all five directions), but also successfully passed the dynamic tests at 25 g forward, 20 g reverse and 15 g sideways. Therefore, we can rightly claim that the NOVARIS C is one of the safest ambulances ever developed and built in Europe.

25 g forward

subject to dynamic test

20 g reverse

subject to dynamic test

15 g lateral 75°

subject to dynamic test

10 g in 5 directions

subject to dynamic test

The exterior

Signalling technology and hoods

The hoods, either in blue or transparent (depending on the country), are optimally adapted to the roof shape. Except the PowerBlitz (power flash), all hoods are easy to dismantle from the outside. The special signalling system of the NOVARIS C is delivered with a pressure chamber loudspeaker and a switching option between blue and yellow warning light.

Roof structure

The roof design clearly speaks Ambulanz Mobile’s design language. With an integrated emergency signalling system and a focus on the aerodynamics of the roof structure, the vehicle’s air drag is reduced considerably. As a result, the NOVARIS C is, in contrast to other vehicles, much more efficient.

Light technology

The lighting technology of the NOVARIS C consists of light-emitting diodes and is therefore, characterised by particularly low-consumption and long service life. The pronounced luminosity guarantees a high signalling effect. The arrangement of the individual LED modules ensures that the NOVARIS C is detected early, regardless of which direction it is approaching.

The interior

Good working conditions and patient-focused transport also require a pleasant indoor climate. What speaks against feeling comfortable in a patient transport ambulance? Almost nothing in a NOVARIS FT.

The operation

You control the on-board functions on the control panels of the NOVARIS C. The luminosity is generated by organic light emitting diodes. By displaying different colours, they give you feedback on whether the function is enabled, disabled or defective. If a fuse is defective, for instance, the corresponding function button lights up red.

Control panel on the steering wheel
Control panel with up to 8 functions as switch or display, blue lights, front flash, sound, city-country control, patient compartment lighting, 230 V – inlet

Control panel in the centre console
Control panel with up to 15 functions as switch or display and with a colour display in the middle: Blue light power flash, front flash, rear flash, special flash, sound, city-country control, work lights, air conditioning, heating, reverse warning system, patient compartment lighting, rear lowering, function display of 230 V – inlet

Control panel in the patient compartment
Control panel with up to 15 functions as switch or display and two seven-segment displays for the temperature in the middle: Patient compartment lighting, buzzer, intercom, ceiling fan volume radio/DVD, electric floor mounting rail for carry chair, function display seat recognition

Control panel on the sliding door
Control panel with up to 2 functions as switch or display: Work lights, rear flash, reverse warning system, rear lowering

Control panel on the rear
Control panel with up to 6 functions as switch or display: Patient compartment lighting, work lights, rear flash, reverse warning system, rear lowering