Tailor-made cold chambers

Each project involving the preservation of a body is unique in terms of the user's needs and preferences, the configuration of the space, budget, technical and climatic constraints and, its development is the subject of a very precise process by following the steps defined below. When this project is part of a larger project, the Hygeco Group Design Office is also at your side to support you, optimise the choice and installation of equipment and guarantee their interoperability.

Room sizes

The required capacity is then to be matched with the space available in the building, especially if the floor space is limited or the ceiling height low. In a twofold logic aimed at optimising the available space and guaranteeing ease of use for the operator, many solutions can thus be proposed. In particular, side-loading refrigerated cells can be installed in small rooms. There must be a minimum floor area of 220 x 110 cm for a tier as well as sufficient space to operate the loading, whether manual or carried out using a forklift. Trolleys specially designed for confined spaces can also solve space problems.
From the detailed plans of the building or at least the precise dimensions of the room concerned, Hygeco will be able to submit a tailor-made proposal.