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Covid-19 Second Wave

Posted by T.R. Ward on

Covid-19 Second Wave

As we keep going through uncertain times, we must consider the possibilities of a second wave of COVID-19 and all that comes with it. One of the biggest problems we have been facing is the lack of preparation for a problem of this magnitude and at American Mortuary Coolers & Equipment, we want to provide our services to help minimize the load in case of having a second wave of the pandemic that can potentially be more devastating. Today we are going to talk about the importance of having the right structures in case of the virus coming back with...

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Why Every Funeral Home and Crematory Need a Cooler!

Posted by T.R. Ward on

Why Every Funeral Home and Crematory Need a Cooler!

It is the Law in some Places, but it is Part of the Obligation Everywhere! When someone dies one of the hardest things for those left behind to deal with is that physical absence, especially immediately after the funeral home takes the deceased into their care. There is almost a blind trust that the family must give to the funeral home and it is a serious obligation of the funeral professional to maintain that trust. Even as the reputation of the funeral space is tarnished by a few bad apples (just like any profession) one obligation for the proper holding...

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Mortuary Coolers Need Love Too!

Posted by Amie Bolton on

Mortuary Coolers Need Love Too!

Especially During A Pandemic. Mortuary coolers are, in many areas of the country, essential for the regular operation of a mortuary, funeral home, or crematory. They are required by law in some states because cooler temperatures slow the rate of decomposition in organic things and higher temperatures accelerate it.  Even under normal conditions, no one wants a dead body hanging around decomposing. In days gone by, the dead were taken into the care of a funeral director at the place of death, brought back to the funeral home and immediately embalmed whether it was 2 pm or 2 am. In...

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