Funeralia delivered two autopsy tables and a lifting trolley to a forensic institute in Kiel, Germany. A special feature of our autopsy tables for forensic medicine is the table top with positive fold. This detail ensures that the body rests on an elevated position during autopsy, which prevents it from lying in liquids. The top […]
In 2021, Université Libre de Bruxelles entrusted Hygeco and Funeralia for the renovation of their anatomy lab. The focus of equipping the new lab was on state-of-the art technology to guarantee maximum security and ergonomics for the user. The project, which run over 2 and a half years in total, was divided into two phases. […]
Located for more than 30 years in Garges les Gonesse, the headquarters of HYGECO Group now moved to Asnières sur Seine.
In this hectic period of sanitary crisis where social contacts and field trips are reduced to a minimum, Hygeco has launched an application dedicated to the Group’s partners around the world, who promote its products and solutions on a daily basis.
After several months devoted to its development and authorisation, HYGECO is pleased to announce the launch of the new ECOZINC: an airtight, biodegradable body bag aiming to replace the zinc coffins used for body repatriation.
FUNERALIA has been entrusted by Technical University Dresden (TUD) with the equipment of its new molecular biological research laboratory.
In partnership with Arquimed, new autopsy equipment was duly installed at the Temuco Forensic Institute.
In partnership with Vamed Engineering, Hygeco manufactured and delivered equipment for 6 hospitals in Ghana (Buipe, Wheta, Somanya, Sawla, Tolon, Bamboi).
FUNERALIA, the German brand of the HYGECO Group, is proud to announce the completion of the disaster management centre in the Aseer region of Saudi Arabia with its local partner, Al Yasmina.
The world-renowned IRCAD (Research Institute Against Cancer of the Digestive Tract) trains 6,200 surgeons from all over the world every year.
At the end of 2018, HYGECO delivered its biggest project in France: the Athanée in Nice.
Wishing to equip itself with a disaster room in Mecca two months before the start of the annual pilgrimage, the Saudi authorities called on Hygeco and its local partner for the construction of a hall with a capacity of 800 places.