Racks, Morgue, Refrigerator

Definition : Racks designed for temporarily holding and shelving cadaver trays or coffin plates inside a morgue refrigerator. These racks typically consist of three major components: the post/bearing rail weldment, the rear bumper, and the front tie bars. The post/bearing rail is made of stainless steel wall tubing; each section is modular in construction and completely self-supporting; it may include adjustable leveling feet. The rear bumper bars and front tie bars are usually made of heavy-duty stainless steel. Some of these are roller-type mortuary racks. Refrigerator morgue racks are mainly used in hospital morgues, pathology, histology, and necropsy departments as well as in some mortuary homes.

Entry Terms : "Mortuary Racks" , "Slabs" , "Racks, Mortuary"

UMDC code : 17135

Filters
Manufacturers
Distributors
U.S.companies only
Suppress Subsidiary Companies
   

No results at this time.

 
Medical Product Guide OBG Management Product Zone