Canadian Welding Bureau Certification

August 15, 2012 - Saskatoon, SK - We are pleased to announce Crestline has been certified in Division 2 under CSA Standard W47.2 - Certification of companies for fusion welding of aluminum. Crestline has undergone a review and qualification process to ensure that we meet the requirements for welding as specified in CSA W47.2. Crestline is the only Canadian ambulance manufacturer to obtain the CWB Certification. Congratulations team in your efforts to meet these requirements!

A supervisor who is qualified under the CSA W47.2 standards makes sure that the company's welding procedures covering all joints, processes and positions used in fabrication/erection are current and approved by the CWB, and that weld quality and workmanship are up to the levels specified by the design or product standard. CWB certified companies are required to employ an adequate number of Welding Supervisors, with welding related experience, to control welding operations.

Crestline has grown to become one of North America’s most advanced and innovative manufacturers of custom built ambulances and emergency vehicles. Crestline is also a leading supplier of transit, tour, shuttle and wheelchair accessible buses. In addition, Crestline offers a wide variety of medical equipment and is a proud distributor of Ferno, Stryker and Medtronic products. Crestline's commitment to quality is demonstrated in ISO 9001, Alberta Health Certification, Ford QVM Certification and KKK-A-1822 compliance. Since 1975, Crestline has led the industry with innovations such as the Aero Body – an all aluminum aerodynamic module body, the O2 to Go Loading System, ergonomic interior design configurations, high visibility exterior graphics and our exclusive CrestCoat exterior powder coat finish that will lower operational costs and vehicle downtime.