|Kelderman & Vanner Join Instruction Course Lineup||
More vendors have confirmed their participation in our Annual Service Instruction Course, and we’re excited to share them with you!
The first is Kelderman Manufacturing, Inc. Founded in 1970 on Midwestern values, the company initially focused on equipment for the agricultural industry and emerged as a leading innovator. Twenty years later, founder Gary Kelderman established Kelderman Air Suspension Systems when he was unhappy with the ride on his personal Dodge. Today, these air suspension systems are extremely popular. Kelderman provides the air suspension that is utilized on the majority of Braun ambulances. Their systems allow medical personnel easier loading and unloading capabilities, as well as a smoother ride for patients during transport. Joining them at our course will be Hadley Electric. Hadley produces the electrical part of the Kelderman system and will be presenting with them.
Our second vendor confirmation this week is Vanner. Vanner has been delivering engineering excellence in power conversion and power transformation for commercial vehicles since 1977. Vanner inverters are the industry standard and designed specifically for the EMS/Ambulance industry. Their state-of-the-art inverters provide critical DC power, inverter/chargers, emergency flashers and battery isolators. We primarily use Vanner’s inverter and inverter converter combination unit on our ambulances.
We are very excited to have both Kelderman and Vanner commit to our Instruction Course. Our “Built for Life” ambulances are great because of the awesome bits and pieces that come from vendors like these guys. We will be sharing the additional vendors joining our Annual Service Instruction Course to the blog as they confirm; this year’s class is already shaping up nicely!