Forensic autopsy table MA-2002
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forensic autopsy table
forensic autopsy table
forensic autopsy table
forensic autopsy table
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Newly designed concept with a so called "transfer" (roll on / roll off) worktop (body tray), which is equally used as a body tray. The upper part of the table is constructed like a large sink, where the body tray is transfered to. It contains a large drain sewer with a sieve. The bottom of the plenum has no opening for extracted air! At two sides of the walls of the plenum a double slot system was incorporated, which guarantees an effective extraction at both sides of the work area over the complete length of the body. The actual extraction is provided by an external fan system or an in-house extraction system. The air is extracted through the pedestal and by duct work installed in the actual floor and the in-house extraction system. Construction The underside of the plenum is noise dampened. Body trays are delivered with two closeable drain holes in the centre of the body tray. The complete top of the 2002 table is designed to be a double wall system where the extracted air can flow freely into the 200mm dia. plastic duct work. Warm - / coldwater knee operated valve. A flexible shower with 2m hose, which maybe fixed in the centre of the organ dissecting table (accessory) for optimum wash down purpose over the whole length of the body. The pedestal contains: a revision door for easy access in case of service, the extraction and sanitary installations and the unique, 24V, electronically operated telescopic 2 lifting devices with integrated limit switches, self locking device, motors integrated into column, certified acc. to EN 60601 for medical applications. This double column design guarantees maximum stability of the table.
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