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The Demers Engineering staff of 25 people includes Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, Mechanical and Electrical Design Technicians as well as Mechanical Craftsmen responsible for the manufacturing of prototype vehicles. All are dedicated to innovation throughout the engineering process, paying tremendous attention to any and every detail that can contribute to a stronger, safer, smarter ambulance.

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CABINET STRUCTURE TEST

Reference to the certification: Cabinet Structure and Fastener Test 17.11 of Ambulance Vehicle Standards Code of Alberta Health

Scope: This standard establishes minimum requirements for testing the installation of medical supply cabinets, benches, bulkheads and partitions in an ambulance. The structure and fasteners of the components shall resist separation when subjected to a load equivalent to 25 times its empty weight.

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Medical Cabinet MX 160 (9 000 lb.)
This Medical Cabinet Test Load Test has been performed on a Demers MX 160 Type III ambulance model. The load was applied in a manner that it was equally distributed through 20 points and was tested with a load of 9,000 lbs for this model.
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