Mobile & Traditional Mortuary Racking
Easily Store Bodies with Fully Rollered Mobile and Traditional Mortuary Racking
The mobile mortuary racking is available in two sizes: standard and coffin racking. The collapsible racking is strong but easy to set up without tools and fully rollered. As well as being free standing, the mobile mortuary racking can be used in Flexmort’s range of storage systems.
We also offer traditional mortuary racking. Used by hospitals and mortuaries, the traditional racking is available in 4 or 5 tiers along with trays.
Mobile Mortuary Racking
Thanks to its innovative portable effect, the mobile mortuary racking can be easily erected from a folded state within 60 seconds and can be used to store up to 4 bodies on body boards or trays. Shelf heights can be adjusted. Each level of the mortuary rack is fully rollered to ensure sliding bodies onto the rack requires minimal manual handling.
The collapsible racking can be used free standing for the storage of the deceased on boards or within coffins, and can be used as the internal racking within any of our storage systems, including the AirCool pop up storage, the ColdSpace cold room and the mobile mortuary dome.
Ideal for funeral directors and crematoria, the coffin racking is flat packed and requires no tools for assembly. It can be easily erected from a folded state and can be used to store up to 3 coffins or body boards.
The coffin racking contains rollers to make sliding bodies into the rack much less labour intensive and thereby reduces the likelihood of injuries. Furthermore, the racking is very easy to clean.
Traditional Mortuary Racking
The traditional mortuary racking is in use across countless hospitals and mortuaries. A range of 4 or 5 tiers are available along with trays.
The traditional racking contains rollers to make sliding bodies into the rack much less labour intensive and thereby reduces the likelihood of injuries. Furthermore, the racking is very easy to clean.
What Our Customers Are Saying
I have used temporary body storage systems before but one of the main advantages with the Flexmort system is that all racks are rollered so pushing a deceased into the system is much simpler and reduces the risk of injury. Furthermore, the bottom shelf is 40cm off the floor which means we can use our trolleys thereby alleviating the need for staff to manually load bodies.
Peter Rooth, Mortuary Manager at Welwyn G.C.