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First Responder Evacuation Kits by Foundations

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Convert Foundations brand compact cribs into evacuation cribs with the addition of one of these 3 items.

Frame Kits, Brass or Chrome:
These frame kits include solid steel gussets that bridge steel caster brackets directly to steel box frame of Foundations cribs. Four 4" non-marking casters, 2 locking are included. Fits Serenity and Biltmore cribs. Also fits older SafetyCraft cribs manufactured BEFORE November 2014. Cannot be used with EZ Store drawer.

Evacuation Casters, Brass only:
This evacuation caster set is for the newer Foundations SafetyCraft cribs manufactured AFTER November 2014. These cribs already feature steel gussets and connectors, therefore only these 4" casters are needed to make the cribs qualify as evacuation cribs.

Feel safe knowing that should an emergency arise, these crib frames will enable rapid movement for transporting or evacuating children quickly.

Other Features

  • Frame kits include steel gussets and casters for Serenity and Biltmore cribs.
  • Evacuation casters are for the newer SafetyCraft cribs that already come with steel gussets and connections
  • SafetyCraft cribs manufactured BEFORE November 2014 need a frame kit, SafetyCraft cribs manufactured AFTER November 2014 only need the evacuation casters
  • Frame kits available with brass or chrome casters
  • Evacuation casters only available in brass
  • Mounting hardware included
As Low As $49.90

MSRP $114.00

Save 56%

Casters Only- For Safetycraft Cribs
Frame Kit ( Brass ) - For Serenity & Biltmore Cribs

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