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.

  • 1 Capacity+

    1 to 5 bodies per span with possibility of wider spans for bariatric bodies.

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  • 2 Required dimensions+

    A minimum of 1060 x 2210 x 2000 mm and possibility of side doors or trolleys rotating in case of not enough space.

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  • 3 Openings+

    Individual or large doors with double access possibility.

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  • 4 Panels thickness+

    4 dimensions, depending on energy performance: 60 / 75 / 80 / 100 / 120 / 150 mm.

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  • 5 Finishes+

    3 choices mixable materials: smooth, brushed stainless steel, galvanized steel.

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  • 6 Temperatures+

    4 temperature ranges to choose from or 2 on the same span: -20 °C / -20 to 0 °C / -5 °C at + 5 °C / + 3 °C.

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  • 7 Refrigeration units+

    Installed on the cold chamber or remote.

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  • 8 Options+

    Voltage stabilizer, 2nd group with back-up system, alarm, temperature recorder, monitoring system, disinfection, solar energy system…

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  • 9 Interior fitting & body trays+

    Interior fittings with rails, roller tracks or tubular beams with optional telescopic system or height adjustment. Body trays with rollers or sliders, curved or flat, welded or pressed, with or without hole.

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  • 10 Lift trolleys+

    Electric, hydraulic on foot or hydroelectric. For wheeled or sliding body trays with the possibility of handling coffins. Work load up to 350 kg.

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  • 11 Maintenance+

    Customisable preventive and curative maintenance.

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