Features & Benefits
About the Cenotaph Smart Cradle
Gives the gift of time
This invention relates to an improved and dignified means for parents and families to spend time with a baby who has died before, during or after birth.
This “gift of time” allows memory making, keepsake creating, and photos to be taken as well as others to meet the baby before the natural changes that occur in death alter the infant’s appearance.
There is nothing on the market today anywhere close to the efficiency and durability of our Smart Cradle.
The Cradle is fine-tuned for optimum efficiency with STATE OF THE ART CONTROLS AND COMPONENTS, many of which have been custom designed to meet today's energy demands.
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How do I purchase a cradle to donate?Please contact us here and we can work together to arrange that. Phone: +1 586-935-2022 email: email@example.com
Why our bereavement cradle over other designs?Our cradle has the quietest operation in the community and a design that has never been turned down by any hospitals due to hazardous chemical requirements or caulking prone to causing a potential contamination issue. The design features locking, medical-grade casters firmly mounted to the bottom of the cabinet with 4 screws on each caster, not the peg and pole method prone to bending and working themselves loose. In addition, the cushion gel bead mattress cradles the baby while maintaining the desired temperature, the cabinet doors line up perfectly and feature non-slamming hardware. Add, no assembly required with each use, serviced in the USA if needed, a life expectancy of 7-10 years with no replacement parts to purchase ever, the beauty of a handcrafted Amish design and the best warranty in the business makes our cradle the simplest, compassionate care tool available for your families. If you are considering a purchase be sure to ask for a video for a comparison of noise levels (we turned our volume all the way up for total transparency), ease of use, and production components. If you have any questions feel free to contact us.
What are the Cradle Specifications?Cradle Dimensions: 46” L X 18.3” W X 45.25” H Unit Weight: 110 - 120 pounds Smart Cradle can run on any and all voltages worldwide. 115/220 Volt systems. The Smart Cradle can also be retrofitted to run off a 24 Volt battery. Please note to run off a 24 Volt Battery it would require additional cost. Refrigerant: R134a Tetrafluoroethene Freon R134a carries Zero Ozone Depletion Fuse Rating: 15 Amp Cooling System Operating Temp Range: (45ºF +/- 3ºF) Exterior Temp Operating Range: (64ºF - 85°F) Certified Medical Grade Electronics Side handle can be installed on either side of the unit. 5 in. x 2 in. easy-glide casters provide effortless mobility with a full locking system Internal keyed locking system (2 keys provided) provides added security. Compliance: This device exceeds or complies with hospital equipment standards for use within hospital environments. UL 61010-1:2012 CAN/CSA-C22.2 NO. 61010-1-12
Why This Device Was InventedThis invention relates to an improved and dignified means for parents and families to spend time with a baby who has died before, during or after birth. This “gift of time” allows memory making, keepsake creating, photos to be taken as well as others to meet the baby before the natural changes that occur in death alter the infant’s appearance. These changes include but are not limited to, discoloration, lividity, skin peeling, odor, and fluid leaking. This invention is intended to accommodate any pregnancy loss or infant death from 20 weeks gestation thru 1 year of age. For the purposes of this document, a “pregnancy loss” is defined as a stillbirth. A stillbirth is the birth of a baby who has died in the womb anytime after 20 weeks of gestation (age of fetal viability). Causes of death range from but are not limited to genetic disorders, maternal disorders, placenta problems, cord knots or compressions, injury to the mother, injury to the baby, illnesses and no known cause at all. Babies who die inside the womb after 20 weeks still have to be delivered or birthed. For the purposes of this document “infant death” refers to any baby who survived birth up through one year of age who passes for any reason. Causes include but are not limited to congenital abnormality, prematurity, injury, illness, SIDS, accident or other causes.
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