Mopec is a global company that provides equipment and products to the pathology, anatomy, mortuary and necropsy industries. Our design and manufacturing engineers have the expertise to customize laboratory solutions to fit any company’s needs.

Discover a grossing station that best suits your facility needs.

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  • Request a quote online or call 800-362-8491

Upgrade to the new Mopec Exclusive saw for $2,050!

  • Totally submersible for cleaning

  • Lower voltage for a cooler touch

  • Ergonomically designed for comfort

  • Safer blade installation

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Increase efficiency & reduce strain with the
Hydraulic Cadaver Carrier JA800.

Tilting & Elevation
The twin pedestal hydraulics are controlled by easily accessible foot pedals. Elevate the carrier top by tapping the yellow-marked switches. Control the tilting mechanism by pushing the red and green pedals. These advantageous features can accommodate up to 700 pounds.

Braking & Variable Speed Control
Take control of the transport speed with ease. Simply squeeze the activation grip and apply pressure to the motion sensing handles, then guide the stretcher in the direction you wish to travel. To stop, release the convenient handgrip.

Call 800-362-8491 to receive this offer! Sale ends 10/31.

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