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Showing posts with label machine. Show all posts

Monday, October 21, 2019

Buckethead Embalming Machine

YOUR MORTUARY MAGIC STORE ANNOUNCES NEW EMBALMING MACHINE

After one year of having developed the very first Syringe Style Embalming machine with the capability to quantify pressure filtration, a formerly unknown variable in the embalming process, your mortuary magic store is proud to announce the Buckethead Embalming Machine. The machine was developed utilizing the knowledge and technology contained of studying the various items available of your magic store including the frankembalm machine. The sister model however is using the framework of the most common embalming machines, centrifugal pump designs. This new design has been created with patented pressure pulse and true pressure technologies which have never existed within the industry before the machines inception. Further the machine is being offered in two variations C1 and C2 distinguishing how many tanks the machine has. The operator may easily flip a switch to toggle between a 4.5 Gallon bucket or a 1 Gallon bucket. This feature incredibly advantages the embalmer to receive the benefit of preinjection surfactants being introduced prior to preservative chemicals to obtain the most value for their time. True pressure technology means while a valve is closed on the machine the measurement of pressure is accurate for what fluid is being displaced. Pressure pulse technology encourages the vascular venturi effect, a venturi is a physics term introduced by scientist Daniel Bernouli, which decreases the pressure demand per case and supports single point injection or positive fluid distribution within the human body. The injection output pressure and flow is controlled by way of valve and pump speed controller enabling the embalmer to easily achieve the results they desire. A vented snap on top allows chemical fumes to be contained in the machine and a plastic basin resists troublesome stains from dyes. Clear fluid level markings and a removable filter clearly demonstrates this design was a creation from an embalmer with boots on the ground. J. M. Bernaudo has created several innovations which have benefitted embalming around the world and this is just one more innovation to serve us all to do better.
Order at https://shopping.mortuarymagic.com

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Thursday, January 10, 2019

→ What You can Learn from Gravity Injection - Must Read


No this post is not about drinking games or parties, it is actually about embalming. However, it seems within the funeral industry the college kids and hardcore adults might know more about it than some embalmers do today. Can anyone guess what the pressure of the alcohol is in this video, or better yet what about the rate of flow?

If you were conducting yourself within the industry with a license and have not heard someone say, "rate of flow swells the body while embalming" that would surprise me. Sure, turning the rate of flow valve to much or too quickly can lead to swelling rather quickly. Performing this action does in fact increase the measurable flowing pressure, then the internal pressure, and the result is swelling.
In regards to swelling, consider this example. If the rate of flow is equal to the rate of drainage, how can there be swelling? Better question, what is the pressure? No we aren't going to talk shell embalming or that increasing drainage is not possible even though it is- Siphonbalm. Simple answer is there can't be and so it must not be true. After just a little consideration one cannot make the rate of flow swelling claim reasonably or intelligently. The constant in the swelling occurrence is the increase in internal pressure, which can be measured with our Frankembalm machine.

But was there even such a thing as rate of flow while embalmers were putting beer bongs, I mean funnels, in the air using gravity to inject? The answer is yes. There was a rate of flow as fluid would flow due to the force of gravity. This is still true. Without force, which we measure as pressure, you do not have flow. Said another way, pressure creates flow. It is that simple.  Consider how you or anyone would gravity inject. Mild elevation as you get started. With mild elevation you will expect and get a mild rate of flow. Fluid will take the path of least resistance and be unable to pass areas of greater resistance. The elevated height will determine what is a path of great resistance or least resistance. The speed of drainage will begin to remove pooled blood from the body, this will lessen the pressure demand to distribute fluid. As rate of drainage becomes steady, increase the elevation and the job is done. Tubing size is the same as with all embalming machines, cannula size is the same, typical elevation at ten feet high would create approximately five pounds of pressure- has this ever lead to severe swelling? Not that I have seen.

How can we use this knowledge to improve our present skills? Is there a benefit to high flowing embalming? High flow results in de-saturation of tissue. In addition to distribution benefits, Jaundice cases, edema cases or even standard cases can greatly benefit of high flow embalming. Flushing bilirubin out is key for achieving a well preserved "un-green" jaundice case. Drawing moisture into the vascular system for removal will improve preservation of edematous tissue. Finally, drawing any water from any case will delay decomposition.

To make you a bit more comfortable injecting with a 'high rate of flow' with centrifugal embalming machines, here is a quick how to which probably doesn't require you to buy anything.
Make two incisions, one at the right clavicle site other at the left bra strap site.
From the left bra strap site incise and insert forceps in the subclavian vein and left jugular vein. 
From the site at the right clavicle incise and insert forceps into the right jugular vein.
Inject south via the carotid artery with pressure setting below 1 lb.
Remember what we know about gravity feed, as fluid flows and returns drainage turn the 'rate of flow' by 1/5.
As drainage continues to increases, continue opening the valve until it is completely open.
From that point raise the pressure carefully until you have achieved the desired results, you will not be disappointed.  

Whats your pressure number?

Thursday, January 3, 2019

→ Embalming Machine 2.2FCG

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine
Frank - Embalm 2.2FCG

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Pre - Injection Power Boost Tank
Dual Tank Pressure Monitoring
Rough Adjustment Valve
Precision Adjustment Valve
"Frankie Green" Pump Boot


→ Embalming Machine 2.2FCR

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine
Frank - Embalm 2.2FCR

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Pre - Injection Power Boost Tank
Dual Tank Pressure Monitoring
Rough Adjustment Valve
Precision Adjustment Valve


→ Embalming Machine 2.20CR

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine
Frank - Embalm 2.20CR

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Pre - injection Power Boost Tank
Dual Tank Pressure Monitoring
Rough Adjustment Valve


→ Embalming Machine 2.2F0R

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine
Frank - Embalm 2.2F0R

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Pre - Injection Power Boost Tank
Dual Tank Pressure Monitoring
Precision Adjustment Valve


→ Embalming Machine 2.200R

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine
Frank - Embalm 2.200R

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Pre - Injection Power Boost Tank
Dual Tank Pressure Monitoring


→ Embalming Machine 2.1FCR

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine
Frank - Embalm 2.1FCR

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Pre - Injection Power Boost Tank
Tank Pressure Monitor
Rough Adjustment Valve
Precision Adjustment Valve


→ Embalming Machine 2.10CR

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine
Frank - Embalm 2.10CR

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Pre - Injection Power Boost Tank
Tank Pressure Monitor
Rough Adjustment Valve


→ Embalming Machine 2.1F0R

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine
Frank - Embalm 2.1F0R

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Pre - Injection Power Boost Tank
Tank Pressure Monitor
Precision Adjustment Valve


→ Embalming Machine 2.0FCR

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine

Frank - Embalm 2.0FCR

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Pre - Injection Power Boost Tank
Rough Adjustment Valve
Precision Adjustment Valve


→ Embalming Machine 2.00CR

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine
Frank - Embalm 2.00CR

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Pre - Injection Power Boost Tank
Rough Adjustment Valve


→ Embalming Machine 2.0F0R

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine
Frank - Embalm 2.0F0R

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Pre - Injection Power Boost Tank
Precision Adjustment Valve


→ Embalming Machine 2.100R

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine
Frank - Embalm 2.100R

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Pre - Injection Power Boost Tank
Tank Pressure Monitor


→ Embalming Machine 2.000R

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine
Frank - Embalm 2.000R

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Pre - Injection Power Boost Tank


→ Embalming Machine 1.1FCR

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine
Frank - Embalm 1.1FCR

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Tank Pressure Monitor
Rough Adjustment Valve
Precision Adjustment Valve


→ Embalming Machine 1.10CR

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine
Frank - Embalm 1.10CR

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Tank Pressure Monitor
Rough Adjustment Valve


→ Embalming Machine 1.1F0R

March of the Frank's - Embalming Machines
embalming machine
Frank - Embalm 1.1F0R

Includes 4 Gallon Fluid Tank
Pulse Speed Regulator
Heart Simulated Pump Design
Tank Pressure Monitor
Precision Adjustment Valve