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Furnishing Examples - Anatomy

Here you will find a selection of our Furnishing Examples for the Department of Anatomy

Embalming Department
Fig.1 Embalming Department

Installation: Anatomy Dpt. of the University of Heidelberg / Germany.

Embalming and preservation of the cadaver is done using a special mixture of ethanol with a very small amount of formalin. The mobile embalming table is extracted and all fumes are lead into an in-house extraction system. The actual perfusion is done with a „PerfuTek“ pump system with adjustable pressure. Following this procedure the cadaver is placed for a certain time into the extracted tank with preservation fluid. After the total embalming procedure the cadavers are stored in an airtight plastic bag inside the cold rooms. Explosion proof regulations have to be followed.
Fig. 1a Embalming and Preparation Laboratory
Fig. 1a Embalming and Preparation Laboratory

Installation: Anatomy Department of the University of Erlangen / Germany.

The mobile docking embalming / preparation table is extracted and all fumes are lead into an in-house extraction system. The actual perfusion is done with our „PerfuTek“ pump system with adjustable pressure.
Whole Body Preservation
Fig.2 Whole Body Preservation
Whole Body Preservation in extracted tanks

Installation: Anatomy Dpt. of the University of Heidelberg / Germany.

The only preservation tank for 2 whole bodies is located near the embalming area. The tank is extracted which avoids hazardous fumes to reach the lab. Loading / unloading is done automatically. Explosion proof regulations have to be followed.
Whole Body Preservation in extracted tanks
Fig.3 Whole Body Preservation
Whole Body Preservation in none-extracted tanks

Installation: Norvegian University of Science and Technology, Anatomy Dpt., Trondheim / Norway. Photos taken by Mr. Jörn Ove Saternes, Chief Engineer, Dpt. of Anatomy.

The demand of the user / planner was to automatically load the cadavers from the preservation tank to the extracted mobile dissecting table. Capacity is 40 cadavers in 10 tanks (4-tier). The extraction of the formaline fumes is done by an extraction system inside the room.
Whole body Preservation in hydraulic operated tanks
Fig.4 Whole Body Preservation
Whole body Preservation in hydraulic operated tanks

Installation: Anatomy Department University of Katovice / Poland.

The demand of the user / planner was a hydraulic operated lifting system because one was not able to install a crane-lifting-system. The ceiling was not high enough. The other reason was the explosion proof regulations because of the large portion of ethanol in the preservation fluid.
Cold Room (+3°C) for 104 bodies
Fig.5 Cold Room (+3°C) for 104 bodies

Installation: Anatomy Department at the University of Trondheim / Norway.

The demand of the user / planner was the very fast storage of appr. 100 cadavers in connection with a large dissecting / obduction room and floor scale for weight recording. Automatic loading / unloading of cadavers is done by electrically operated lifters.
Cold Room (+3°C) and Deep Freeze Rooms (-20°C) for a total of 76 cadavers
Fig.6 Cold Room (+3°C) and Deep Freeze Rooms (-20°C) for a total of 76 cadavers

Installation: Anatomy Dpt. of the University of Heidelberg / Germany.

The demand of the users / planners was the storage of 76 cadavers for student dissecting / gross anatomy classes. After the total embalming procedure the cadavers are stored in an airtight plastic bag inside the cold rooms. Explosion proof regulations have to be followed.
Dissecting Theatre
Fig.7 Anatomy Dissecting Room
Stationary Anatomy Dissecting Tables with downdraft sidewall extraction through the floor and automatic body transfer

Installation: Antomy Institute of the University of Turku / Finland.

The demand of the user / planner was a stationary extracted dissecting tables available with downdraft sidewall extraction through the floor with automatic loading / unloading of cadavers. The extraction tubings towards the ceiling were considered to disturb the „free sight“ concept. Transport of bodies from the preservation tank to the dissecting table is done by a special transport chart. The whole procedure is done without touching the cadaver.
Anatomy Dissecting Room
Fig.8 Anatomy Dissecting Room
Mobile „Twin“ Docking Anatomy Dissecting Tables with downdraft sidewall extraction through the floor and automatic body transfer

Installation: Norvegian University of Science and Technology, Anatomy Dpt., Trondheim / Norway. Photos taken by Mr. Jörn Ove Saternes, Chief Engineer, Dpt. of Anatomy.

The demand of the user / planner was a mobile docking dissecting table with downdraft sidewall extraction through the floor with automatic loading / unloading of cadavers. The fume extraction is lead through the „twin“ docking stations which takes up one mobile dissecting dissecting table on each side. This allows at least 14 students to do precise and odor-free dissection work with optimized room consumption. The newly planned and constructed disseting room did allow to lead the extraction ducts through the floor – not destroying „total view and communication access“ by vertical duct collumns up to the ceiling. Transport of cadavers from the preservation tank / cold room is carried out by the docking dissecting table itself. The whole procedure is done without touching the cadaver.
Plastination
Fig.9 Plastination

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