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A new ambulance for SIS La Chaux de Fonds (CH)
A new ambulance with an integrated luggage body was delivered to la Chaux de Fonds in the canton of Neuchatel in western Switzerland last week.
New ambulance on MAN TGE for Macau
Just recently we handed over a very special project to the shipping company.
We were favored to convert our first ambulance vehicle based on a MAN more information
10 new emergency medical vehicles for the Syd-Denmark region
For our customer "Region Syd-Denmark" we were able to expand a total of 10 new emergency medical vehicles based on Mercedes-Benz GLE. Numerous equipmemore information
|SUCCESSFULL CRASHTEST ACCORDING TO DIN EN 1789
Typ A1 / A2
MERCEDES BENZ VITO
As a leading manufacturer of ambulances, it is a primary goal for C.MIESEN to develop standardized and reliable vehicles for our demanding customers. The sustainable safety of our products is our priority.
Therefore, a Mercedes Benz Vito was examined by the independent French testing laboratory UTAC in accordance with the strict safety standard EN 1789.
For this purpose, the bodyshell of the vehicle was tested in a series of dynamic crash tests. All standard weights and corresponding equipment packages were stowed in the vehicle realistically. Then the vehicle was accelerated and then decelerated abruptly so that a gravitational acceleration of 10G impinged on the vehicle.
The results speak for themselves:
After completion of all crash-test experiments it has been confirmed by the French testing institute UTAC that our conversions based on the Mercedes Benz Vito meet and exceed the latest conditions of standard EN 1789:2010 Type A1, A2, B and C entirety.
Please find the test certificate here:
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NEW: Undertaker vehicles
Latest releases of part of our portfolio are exclusive undertaker vehicles "made in Germany" based on extended Mercedes-Benz E-Class.