Curated choices.
Quality options.

Casting and splinting carts offer a convenient and cost-effective way to store instruments and supplies for the treatment of strains, sprains and fractures.

Malignant Hyperthermia carts combine storage space for syringes, IV supplies, Dantrolene and sterile water combined with refrigerated storage for insulin, ice packs and saline.

IntraOcular Lens storage carts provide attractive, secure storage for IOL boxes and are compatible with multiple brands and sizes of lens boxes including Alcon, Bausch and Lomb, Rayner, and Abbot Medical Optics.

Suture carts come in a range of styles and configurations to keep smaller suture boxes accessible, tidy and organized.

Featured brands

Configuration Options

MH carts


Choose a cart height that fits the size of fridge and drawer space you will need.


Tailor the number and depth of drawers to create efficient storage for your supplies.


External accessories can be added for increased storage.


Lab-grade refrigerators provide precise and long-lasting cold temperature control.

Cast carts

Material type

Stainless and polymer options offer corrosion resistance. Painted steel offers an economic price point.


Choose from a range of drawer sizes to best fit your needs.


Choose from several casting-specific accessories such as tourniquet poles, bucket holders plus side and top compartments.

IOL carts


Three sizes of cart provide capacity to store up to 1680 boxes in a single cabinet.

Drawer shelves

Full extension drawer shelves and dividers keep boxes highly organized.

Clear doors

Clear doors allow for cursory overviews of inventory.


Colour code cabinets with over 18 colour options.

Suture carts


Open suture carts can be made using traditional wire components or purpose built cabinets.


Closed, cabinet style carts are perfect if the sutures need to be protected from external factors.

Shelf style

Shelves can be single or double sided for increased capacity and convenient access.

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