Unless the design details of attached components are included with the application, Canadian Registration Numbers (CRNs) of attached components are necessary. A new CRN can be made from other, combined CRNs. If attached components are not exempt from registration, then a list of their CRNs will be needed! We can help assist in determining if attached equipment has a valid CRN or not.
About Cammar Corporation
Cammar Corporation is the combination of engineering experiences extending back to 1989. It’s Director, Cameron Sterling, MSc, PEng, worked on staff at ABSA, the CRN regulatory authority in Alberta, as a Safety Codes Officer evaluating CRN designs. The company has a solid foundation based on honesty, service, unyielding perseverance of quality and safety, proficient regulatory and technical expertise, thoroughness and practical experience. Cammar is licensed to practise professional engineering in Alberta, & Ontario.
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