Establishing a funeral home

Establishing a funeral home will take a lot of work and require you to purchase a lot of equipment. It may take a while to get everything in place for your business. However, death care is one of the largest growing industries in today’s world. While your main focus may be to provide support to families, you will also need to ensure that your funeral home has all the necessary equipment needed to take care the deceased and keep your business running smoothly. Here is a list of some of the equipment that you will need.

Mortuary stretchers and trolleys. You may not realize it, but a body is moved multiple times from place to place after they are brought into a funeral home. In order to move the body quickly and efficiently, you will need a mortuary stretcher. You should look for a mortuary stretcher that is multi-level and able to be operated by one person. This way you can easily adjust the height of the stretcher to fit what you need at that time, and you will be able to use the stretcher when there is no one around to help you. You may also want to install mortuary tables with wheels, so you can move them around as you need.

Body bag. PEVA is a non-chlorinated vinyl that is often used widely in many areas. PEVA body bag or PEVA corpse bag is one of most hot selling products in our company. Crematoriums and funerals use our PEVA cadaver bags because they are chlorine free, burnable and biodegradable. If this kind of dead body bag is discarded or burned, it will not harmful to the environmental.

Embalming table. Many people who go through a funeral choose to have their loved one’s body embalmed. It is a common process that staves off the decomposition process. In order for your funeral home to properly perform this process, you will need an embalming table. The best choice is to opt for one that is easy to sanitize, able to adjust to multiple heights, has wheels for easy transport and a drain that will quickly eliminate fluid from the table. Also, if you are limited on space, there are embalming tables that fold for easy storage and can double as your dressing table.

Mortuary Body lifter. A scissor lift is necessary in your funeral home. It can be used to help move bodies and caskets. They can help you lift and maneuver over a thousand pounds. You can opt for two different types. The first one can be controlled automatically, or you could choose a manual hydraulic scissor lift. They are both capable of performing the job at hand. The choice is entirely up to you and what makes more sense for your business.

Mortuary Body Freezer. Mortuary cabinets are low temperature refrigerated cabinets that are used to keep dead bodies for short or long time. These units are widely used at hospitals, railways, airports, disaster camps, and army, etc. Usually, the temperature of mortuary cabinet remains between -10℃ to 5℃ but in some cases freezing temperature can also be designed. Our standard mortuary cabinets are available in six bodies; we also made customized units for larger sizes. These cabinets or chambers are energy efficient and also provide excellent cooling performance anywhere they are used. Full body inside and outside shell made of 201 stainless steel.

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