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Mortuary stretcher refrigerated mortuary cabinet PM BT

mortuary stretcher refrigerated mortuary cabinet
mortuary stretcher refrigerated mortuary cabinet
mortuary stretcher refrigerated mortuary cabinet
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Angelantoni Industrie Life Science offers a wide range of products for the pathological anatomy and forensic medicine sectors, including prefabricated mortuary chambers of different capacities and temperatures and optional items, in particular, corpse transport trolleys and autopsy tables in different executions. The Morgue line is made of modular panels in painted galvanized stainless steel to ensure maximum durability. Floor made from the same panels, reinforced, with rounded inside corners. Each chamber is equipped with a condensate drainage system and 70x80 cm service doors. The number of doors identifies the type of configuration, i.e. the quantity of accommodated corpses. Each door is equipped with an external key and an anti-condensation system. The thermal insulation is obtained by injection of polyurethane foam (sandwich technique) with a thickness of 80 mm. The standard working temperature is between -10°C and -20°C, these are medium-term preservation mortuary chambers using R452A refrigerant gas. The series includes configurations that can be developed in height or width to accommodate from one to a maximum of 12 corpses. The electronic board of the Morgue line is of the latest generation, with a full-color display, touch-button interface complete with a parameter recording system. These can be transferred to computers via USB, or via WiFi/Ethernet/3G network technologies, with the possibility of also transferring and storing them on CLOUD servers.
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