Porti-Boy Embalming Machines from The Embalmers? Supply Company Now Available on MortuaryMall.com
MortuaryMall.com, the innovative online shopping site owned and operated by funeral professionals for funeral professionals, is proud to announce that it is now offering the Porti-Boy line of embalming machines from The Embalmers? Supply Company (ESCO), the premier manufacturer of embalming supplies since 1886.
?Porti-Boy has clearly proven itself to be the leader in embalming machines with tens of thousands of units in service worldwide, so we are proud to be able to add ESCO?s Porti-Boy line to MortuaryMall.com?s portfolio of products. We strive to bring our customers the best, most dependable products available, and we have clearly succeeded by partnering with ESCO. ESCO?s attention to quality, value and service are reflected in all of their products and unsurpassed in the funeral industry,? said Edward Bergin, President of MortuaryMall.com.
ESCO?s Porti-Boy line of embalming machines is comprised of the Mark IV and the Mark V models. Both machines offer the following features:
– State-of-the-art magnetic drive high speed pump has no seals and only one moving part
– Automatic shut off when fluid runs out
– Cabinet manufactured and painted by the aircraft industry
– Quick disconnect hose assembly comes standard
– 2 year full warranty. Unit repaired at no charge. Includes freight charges and loaner machine if needed.
About The Embalmers? Supply Company
Based in Connecticut, The Embalmers? Supply Company, trade name ESCO, has been serving the funeral service professional since 1886. ESCO provides a complete line of embalming supplies, equipment and fluids including Porti-Boy embalming machines, and Gold Crest & San Veino chemicals. ESCO has been operating a division in Canada since 1931, and has successfully set up distribution in thePhilippines to supply the Pacific Rim countries, and is making strides to market products in South America. ESCO has not been standing still over the years and will continue to be the leader in new products, new ideas, and new distribution points around the globe.
Based in Connecticut, MortuaryMall.com is a family owned business run by members of the Bergin family, whose funeral homes have served Connecticut families for more than 135 years. MortuaryMall.com redefines the way funeral service professionals shop for their funeral homes and themselves. The site currently offers more than 12,000 products, ranging from traditional funeral supplies to an unparalleled selection of name brand products important to today’s funeral homes, including flat panel TVs, DVD players, GPS devices, computers, software, portable PA systems, furniture and decorative items. Many of the products on MortuaryMall.com qualify for free or low cost shipping, and each purchase is protected by an A-to-Z Safe Buying Guarantee. MortuaryMall.com is a member of the International Memorialization Supply Association (IMSA). For more information or to place an order 24 hours a day, please visit MortuaryMall.com‘s website at MortuaryMall.com.
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