BodyScoop - Section I: Materials and components

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COMPLETE UNIT of the patented BodyScoop  shown hanging in place from rail system

COMPLETE UNIT of the patented BodyScoop  shown hanging in place from rail system

 
BodyScoop shown in fully functional morgue setting. 

BodyScoop shown in fully functional morgue setting. 


RAIL CROSS SECTION - (click to see full size) A superior lift system begins with the most robust components available. In a transport rail system engineered not only for strength - but light weight BodyScoop  is second to none. This photograph depicts a close-up cross section of a rail we typically use in our constructions.

RAIL CROSS SECTION -
(click to see full size)

A superior lift system begins with the most robust components available. In a transport rail system engineered not only for strength - but light weight BodyScoop  is second to none. This photograph depicts a close-up cross section of a rail we typically use in our constructions.

MOTOR for the patented BodyScoop capable of easily lifting 1,000 pounds.

MOTOR for the patented BodyScoop capable of easily lifting 1,000 pounds.

HAND CONTROLLER FOR MOTOR ...uses non-electrified components to signal the motor - eliminating the risk of electrical shock.

HAND CONTROLLER FOR MOTOR

...uses non-electrified components to signal the motor - eliminating the risk of electrical shock.

...Profile (lateral) view displays convenient storage hook design.

...Profile (lateral) view displays convenient storage hook design.

 
BodyScoop EXTENSIONS ensure carriage transport for larger widths and heavier than normal loads. Made from high-tensile strength stainless steel, the units slip on easily and store conveniently.

BodyScoop EXTENSIONS ensure carriage transport for larger widths and heavier than normal loads. Made from high-tensile strength stainless steel, the units slip on easily and store conveniently.


2. BodyScoop EXTENSION placement shown using heel of the hand to push extension in, under the sheet and over top of scoop.

2. BodyScoop EXTENSION placement shown using heel of the hand to push extension in, under the sheet and over top of scoop.

3. BodyScoop EXTENSION shown - almost fully deployed.

3. BodyScoop EXTENSION shown - almost fully deployed.

4. BodyScoop  EXTENSIONS now fully deployed - Simple thumb pressure verifies unit has locked onto scoop edge.

4. BodyScoop 
EXTENSIONS
 now fully deployed - Simple thumb pressure verifies unit has locked onto scoop edge.

5. BodyScoop EXTENSIONS  - subordinate view looks up to scoops from underneath. Extensions are now in place and holding firm support for larger load requirements.

5. BodyScoop EXTENSIONS  - subordinate view looks up to scoops from underneath. Extensions are now in place and holding firm support for larger load requirements.



BodyScoop - Section II: Room treatments and constructions

Photograph shows typical full-coverage rail construction. Side rails support a cross rail which travels the full length of the room and allows access to any point in the room.

Photograph shows typical full-coverage rail construction. Side rails support a cross rail which travels the full length of the room and allows access to any point in the room.