Today’s cremators deliver increased productivity, decreased cost and reduced emissions
I am not telling you anything new when I say the rate of cremation is growing and is projected to surge in the coming years. What you will want to know is that as the demand increases, technology makes it possible to offer funeral professionals continuously improved cremator features that bring convenience, cost savings and environmental benefits to the cremation process.
Like Apple, .coms and social media giants, U.S. Cremation Equipment embraces new technology to put into service products others often imitate. Our commitment is to stay ahead of the curve in delivering high-performance human cremators. That commitment led us recently to introduce to our product line two new high-performance models: “Classic Plus” and “Classic X-CEL.” Both have many of the highly regarded features of our original “Classic” model; yet augment our product line with specialized features. For example, both models offer larger primary chambers for ease of loading and
cremating large and obese cases, even those in excess of 1,000 pounds. The larger chambers ensure greater control of heat release during the process so as not to overwhelm the secondary (pollution control) chamber.
All three of our models offer benefits death-care professionals appreciate and which reflect U.S. Cremation Equipment’s determination to provide first-to-market features. To achieve improved productivity without visible emissions arch air supplies more combustion air resulting in shorter cremation cycles and controlled combustion rate when operating the units in a production mode or cremating obese cases. None of our models require extended cool-down between consecutive cremations, so cycles are faster, life of the refractory is longer and fuel usage after the first cremation of the day is reduced
by as much as 50 percent.
All of our models are equipped to accept Ethernet connections for remote monitoring and diagnostic of the process. An advanced Programmable Logic Control (PLC) system provides completely automatic operation, with all systems backed up by manual controls.
Because U.S. Cremation Equipment serves domestic and global customers, we make available options that are required to satisfy regulations in certain jurisdictions. For instance, we make available oxygen monitoring and Continuous Emission Monitoring (CEM) systems, where needed.
As the choice of cremation escalates, death-care professionals can expect to benefit from ever-improving equipment options just as technology has transformed their lives in so many other ways.