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Built to the most exacting standards, this Australian designed and manufactured Shotton Parmed Banksia Mortuary Trolley comes standard with an array of premium features, including a heavy duty traction drive system and powerful twin lift actuators. Engineered to handle the demanding manual handling tasks involved in the movement of a significantly obese deceased patient from the ward area to a cool room storage shelf or mortuary fridge space, the Banksia Mortuary Trolley will enhance the capabilities of any hospital Mortuary Department.

Standard Features

  • Specifically designed for the Parmed One Tray system – easily customisable to accommodate different body tray designs
  • Integrated tray lock – Customised tray locking options also available to suit hospital’s existing body tray design
  • Traction drive lever (right side of drive handle column) – This thumb operated lever switch (bi-directional & spring-loaded) controls the motorised drive function in both the forward and reverse direction, including the rate of acceleration and deceleration.
  • Designed to be upgradeable – contact us to discuss what retrofitted options are available
  • Heavy duty scissor lift mechanism – incorporates a synchronised pair of electrically operated linear actuators, delivering a robust 300kg lift capacity, along with an exceptional range of height adjustment for the body tray deck – 400mm min to 1900mm max.
  • Manoeuvrability – Surprisingly manoeuvrable for such a substantial trolley, it features quality 150mm ø heavy duty braked castors, including one fitted with a directional lock. With the traction drive wheel lowered, the trolley can easily spin 360° with minimal effort.
  • Digital Controller – A digital control panel with water proof membrane is conveniently located on top of the drive handle column, features push button switches to turn the power On/Off, operate the powered retraction roller for the Automated Tray Load/Unload System (optional), Lift/Lower function for the Traction Drive Wheel, Lift/Lower function for the Body Tray Deck and a battery level gauge.
  • Power Source – 24V (2 x 12V)/27 AmpH sealed lead acid batteries with internal battery charger
  • Powerful, single wheel, motorised drive system – designed to maintain traction even on undulating and carpeted floor surfaces, in both forward and reverse direction. Also features a powered lift/lower function to allow drive wheel to be raised when needing to manoeuvre in confined spaces
  • Fabricated in 304 grade stainless steel – featuring precision welded joints for added strength, this trolley is built to sustain years of continual heavy use. The high quality stainless steel finish ensures it will also continue to look good for years to come and makes cleaning easier.
  • Concealment Cover – made from durable medical grade vinyl fabric, this privacy cover is supported by collapsible stainless steel side rails
  • Body Tray Roller Deck – features profiled plastic rollers that are specifically designed to guide the Shotton Parmed Banksia body tray as it rolls on and off the trolley. This Mortuary Trolley can easily be customised to accommodate other designs and sizes of body tray being used by the hospital. This is achieved by replacing the profiled plastic rollers with smooth, hard wearing, rubber coated rollers engineered to suit a wide variety of body trays currently in use.

Product Specifications

Attribute/FunctionSpecs
Material304 Stainless Steel
Range of Height Adjustment400mm min to 1900mm max
Overall Width820mm
Overall Length2373mm incl handle
Maximum Safe Working Load (SWL)300kg (in addition to weight of body tray)
Product Weight280kg
Product CodeProduct Name
OHPM-BL300TD-K
Banksia Mortuary Trolley

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Aims to eliminate or reduce required push and pull forces by up to 90%, making safety our number one priority for carers performing lateral movement of ambulatory, non-ambulatory or deceased persons, as well as inanimate objects such as beds and other large equipment.