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TC Body Bag

Decomposed bodies can make funeral directors, public mortuaries and hospitals, very unpleasant in terms of odour. This newest of technology in body bags is a translucent, self-sealing containment device for the deceased and of particularly use when the deceased has begun to deteriorate or where there is a risk of pathogens escaping as the TC body bag seals the body eliminating these issues. Each pouch can be adapted to fit any size of remains and then stored, shipped or cremated.

TC bodybagEach bag comes lined with a proprietary adhesive formula that will not stick to any surface other than itself, making it perfectly safe around the delicate tissue of remains. To make your job easier, we have covered the adhesive with a textured, transparent liner that is perforated every 30cm, giving you the ability to easily remove only the portions needed.

Once sealed, the transparent TC BodyBag should not need to be reopened for viewing of the remains. In the case that you need to reopen the bag, it can be cut open and resealed as many times as needed; just remember that the adhesive will only stick to itself.

To reduce the amount of body fluid within the TC bag, it is recommended that the CadPad is used. Please Click Here for more information.

Dimensions – 274cm x 101cm (108″ x 40″)

Carrying capacity – up to 125 kg (275 lbs) 

 

TC Body Bag Introduction

Training Video

We recently used the TC system for the first time to contain a body that required an extended period of storage and was already in an advanced state of decomposition when we took it into our care. The "bag" was extremely easy to use and completely sealed the body resulting in no unpleasant smells in our premises or at the funeral service. I will certainly be keeping a TC bag on the shelf for use when necessary.
Marcus Wilkinson, Alfred Smith & Son, Penzance, UK
We placed a gentleman in the ‘containment bag’ who had died on February 22nd 2014. So, he had been dead for over a month and mould was present. No embalming was carried out for our test of the new bag. He was sealed in the unit and then kept in a standard body bag. His funeral was Monday 1st April that proceeded with no smell! An excellent way to seal and contain human remains.
Grahame, Walter C Parson Funeral Directors

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