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CARDIACT AED Cabinet Stand 32 x 20 x 1360 cm

CARDIACT AED Cabinet Stand 32 x 20 x 1360 cm

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The CardiAct AED Cabinet Stand is designed to securely mount AEDs in public locations, previously unable to hold an AED. Designed to suit all CardiAct AED Cabinets and compatible with all AEDs. Ensuring a stable and secure AED with a sturdy yet sleek and minimalist design. Made In Australia to withstand harsh conditions, the CardiAct AED Cabinet Stand is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. The perfect option for mounting AEDs in parks, beaches, stadiums, car parks, shopping centres or other open areas.
    • Versatile: Does not require wall-fixing, enabling the AED to be placed in any area with a solid floor allowing AEDs to service previously inaccessible areas
    • Rugged: Australian-Made from 5mm powder-coated steel, this one-piece AED stand will stand the test of time, making it suitable for outdoor use.
    • Functional: Designed for use with any of the CardiAct AED Cabinets, ensuring the stand is compatible with all AEDs. The required stainless steel fixings are provided.
    • Stylish: The sleek and minimalist design of the AED Stand is functional and modern. Clear signage makes the AED easily identifiable and accessible for quick access in emergencies

*Note: Stand does not include CardiAct CC-90 case as photographed.

Further information

A first aid kit & AED cases is a collection of supplies and equipment used to give medical treatment. There is a wide variation in the contents of first aid kits based on the knowledge and experience of those putting it together, the differing first aid requirements of the area where it may be used, and variations in legislation or regulation in a given area.
The international standard for first aid kits should be identified with the ISO graphical symbol for first aid (from ISO 7010), an equal white cross on a green background.
First aid kit & AED cases can be assembled in almost any type of container, and this will depend on whether they are commercially produced or assembled by an individual. 

The type of container will vary depending on the purpose, and they range in size from wallet-sized through to a large box. Standard kits often come in durable plastic boxes, fabric pouches, or wall-mounted cabinets.

It is recommended that all kits be in a clean, waterproof container to keep the contents safe and aseptic. Kits should also be checked regularly and restocked if any items are damaged or are out of date.


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