SHELBY, NC, – Hurst Jaws of Life, a well-known name in the rescue industry, will now serve as the U.S. distributor for Moditech Crash Recovery System® (CRS) software.

The Crash Recovery System® is a software application that provides complete interactive configurations for over 20,000 vehicle makes and models. (All American models vehicles are included from the year 2000 and forward.)  Specially developed for rescue workers, it provides an invaluable source of information for extracting people from crash accident vehicles. After selecting a specific model, the interactive system displays a top and side view of the vehicle, indicating the safety features in various color schemes. By operating the right side screen buttons, all vehicle body components can be virtually removed to display the safety features. Besides exact location and technical specifications of potentially hazardous components, it also indicates how they can be safely removed or disabled. Compatible with most current PC or laptop computer, the software is easily used at the accident scene when the information is crucial.

Moditech, an IT firm based in the Netherlands, has partnered with Hurst for exclusive U.S. distribution of their software and license subscriptions to the rescue industry. For more information or to receive a software demonstration, contact customer service at Hurst Jaws of Life at 1-800-537-2659 (option 6).

About Hurst Jaws of Life®

Hurst Jaws of Life® is a division of Hale Products Inc. Hale Products Inc. is the world’s leading provider of emergency services in applications such as defense, rescue, firefighting, and industry. Hale Products’ trademarks include Jaws of Life, Hale Pumps, Hurst, Godiva Pumps, FoamMaster, and CAFSMaster. With manufacturing and sales facilities in England, Germany, and Singapore, Hale Products is the largest manufacturer of products in its categories to the emergency services worldwide. Hale Products is a unit of IDEX Corporation, a manufacturer of proprietary fluid handling and industrial products. IDEX shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol IEX.

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