A simple description of Linear ventilation would be that air is drawn across the surface of the equipment rather than down into it as with downdraft. Ventilation is provided into the room as part of the overall design rather than to individual items of equipment. The exception being the dissecting benches. These are designed to have extract ventilation across their top surfaces.
This range of autopsy equipment is less complex than the downdraft variety, but has all the features, and is fully compliant with the HBN20 and C10,C10a requirements. It also gives more choice as to the type of installation. Options range from trolley based autopsy stations through to traditional tables and dissecting benches. The photographs and illustrations will highlight the flexibility and some of the possible lay-outs in using this system.
There are other benefits, services installation (water, wastes, air supplies etc) is simpler, the volume of air required into the post mortem room both for supply and extract is less, the general cleaning and maintenance of the equipment is not as technical, there are more choices of equipment and if space is limited it is often a good solution.
LEEC have taken their nearly 60 years experience to develop the latest versions of their in house custom designed Linear dissecting benches.
LEEC have listened to the feedback from hundreds of their customer who have LEEC Linear Dissecting benches installed already, many of which have been working continually for many fault free years.
With all this experience LEEC have produced a dissecting bench which is both easy to use and maintain, compact in design and offers remarkable value.
LEEC's dissecting benches are manufactured to the highest standard which gives them a proven long service life. Every dissecting bench is built to order and is manufactured to each customer exacting specification.
Each bench comes with option of height adjustment which this gives remarkable flexibility of use for each bespoke location.
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