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Mortuary Rooms

We offer complete solution in terms of mortuary rooms and funeral homes with respect to requested specifications. According to the dimensions of the application area, we design, manufacture and install mortuary rooms and funeral homes with our experienced team taking into consideration the highest hygiene level by ensuring top quality products.

Both Wall and Ceiling Panels are manufactured by injecting polyurethane with a density of 42 kg/ m3 at high pressure in between two polyester coated galvanized steel sheets which is 0, 50 mm thickness. Durability improved with interlocking panels and male-female joining details.

Surfaces of the panels can be stainless steel to enhance the hygiene and easy disinfection. 
Depending on customer requirement floor options can be stainless steel (AISI 304), plywood or epoxy painted 

What is Mortuary Rooms?

Mortuary rooms play a crucial role in funeral homes and other facilities that require the preservation and storage of human remains. These specialized rooms are designed with the utmost attention to hygiene, durability, and specific customer needs.

Morgue Room Design and Manufacturing


Mortuary rooms are tailored according to the dimensions and requirements of the application area. This customization ensures that each room meets the unique needs of different funeral homes or facilities.

Expertise in Construction:

The construction and installation of these rooms are carried out by experienced teams, emphasizing the highest level of hygiene and quality.

Materials and Construction

Wall and Ceiling Panels:

The core of these rooms' durability lies in their wall and ceiling panels. These are constructed by injecting high-density polyurethane (42 kg/m3) between two polyester-coated galvanized steel sheets, each 0.50 mm thick.

The interlocking panels and male-female joining details significantly enhance durability.

Hygiene and Surface Options:

Surfaces can be made of stainless steel, which is preferable for hygiene and easy disinfection. This choice is particularly important in maintaining the cleanliness required in mortuary settings.

Flooring Varieties:

Depending on specific needs, floor options include stainless steel (AISI 304), plywood, or epoxy painted surfaces. Each option offers different benefits, such as durability, ease of cleaning, and suitability for different environments.

Importance in Funeral Services

Preservation and Respect:

Mortuary rooms are essential for the respectful preservation of remains, ensuring that they are maintained in a dignified state until funeral services or other final arrangements.

Custom Solutions for Diverse Needs:

Understanding that each facility has different requirements, these rooms are designed with versatility in mind, accommodating a range of preferences and specifications.

Frequently asked Questions

What is inside a mortuary?

Inside a mortuary, you'll find an environment equipped for the respectful and sanitary handling of deceased individuals. Key elements include refrigeration units to store bodies, embalming stations where bodies can be prepared for burial or cremation, including embalming fluid, tools for restorative arts, and sometimes spaces for families to hold private viewings. The area is designed to facilitate the preservation, preparation, and presentation of the deceased, often including storage for coffins and urns.

What is the difference between a morgue and a mortuary?

The primary distinction lies in their functions and association. Morgues are often part of medical or forensic facilities, focusing on the temporary storage of bodies for identification, autopsy, or investigation. Mortuaries, conversely, are associated with funeral homes, concentrating on preparing bodies for funeral services, including embalming, dressing, and cosmetic work.

How long is a body kept in a mortuary?

The duration a body stays in a mortuary can vary widely, depending on several factors such as pending funeral arrangements, cultural practices, and legal requirements. It might range from a few days to several weeks. The goal is to accommodate the timing needs for family gatherings, religious rites, or completion of any necessary documentation.

What happens to a body in a mortuary?

In a mortuary, a body undergoes various processes to prepare it for burial or cremation, based on family preferences or legal requirements. This can include washing, embalming (a chemical preservation process), dressing, and applying makeup to enhance the deceased's appearance for viewing. The staff also manages paperwork and coordinates with families to ensure the deceased's final wishes are honored.

How cold is a morgue?

Morgues are kept at low temperatures, usually around 2°C to 4°C (35.6°F to 39.2°F), to slow down the decomposition process. This chilling environment helps preserve bodies until autopsy procedures are conducted or until they can be transferred to a funeral home for further preparation and the eventual funeral service.

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