Our Vision: To become a leading low-cost manufacturer and supplier to the U. S. Death-care industry with innovation. We accomplish this by providing customers top-quality products, best service, flexible purchase, and competitive pricing with distribution capabilities.
While people are initially drawn attention into our product by our craftsmanship, our unyielding commitment to customer service has kept them loyal to us over the years. We hope you'll appreciate the effort made to fully understand your needs while we work to meet any time or budget constraints you may have.
We have strong teams working closely on each production process and the most important to us is to work with our exclusive distributors in order to provide the best service and product we can.
You're invited to learn more about the craftsmanship of our caskets, our people and our commitment. It's the best way to see if we can help with your future needs in the funeral industry.
1. All the paint come from PPG. PPG Founded in 1883 as Pittsburgh Plate Glass by Captain John B. Ford and John Pitcairn and in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Today, PPG is a global supplier of paints, coatings, optical products, specialty materials, glass and fiber glass.
2. Stainless steel is 304 with material certificate. Many use cheap substitutes.
3. Bed mechanism equipped with all 18G up. Both tilting and height adjustment.
4. Pillow is 100% polyester. Far more firmer and stronger.
5. Automotive paint finish.
6. GENUIE continuous welded bottom including joints.
7. Lugs are casting heavy metal. Not plastic or thinly stampedwill not cracking or breaking.
8. One piece polypropylene injection-molded gasket. Not extruded. Bridge is not a hollow tube just for the look.
10. Embossed brushed finish. Comparable to finish on stainless steel fridge. Not done by sandbags manfully and will not rust in 9 months. It's done in a temp and humidity-controlled environment with a designed process, not by adding dehumidifiers.