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The Cremation Process
 

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    • The Cremation Process
    • Cremation Ovens
      • Two ovens for the cremation process
      • The process from start to finish takes 4-6 hours depending on the bone density and size of person
    • Placing bodies into the oven
      • Bodies must be placed in a container when being cremated.
      • Most are done in a pressed board or cardboard box
    • During burn
      • Windows into the oven.
    • Paperwork
      • Envelope containing death certificate, cremation papers, and directions for remains.
    • Oven Temperature
      • Oven temperature wavers between 1600 and 1605 degrees.
    • Bone movement
      • Bones need to be raked and separated to allow them to burn fully. The skeleton is dismantled and thinned out for a better burn.
    • Identification Disk
      • A disk containing a number is kept with the body at all times. This disk has a number on it that is placed on all of the paperwork to identify the person.
    • Drop Box
      • When cremation is complete, remains are swept into a drop box near the bottom of the oven.
    • Bones after burn
      • Bones due to completely burn due to levels of carbon in bones. Some bones are still identifiable.
    • Magnetic Digging
      • A large magnet is used to remove any metal that may have been in the body or in the casket. No metal can be placed in grinder.
    • Artificial joints
      • Knee and hip joints that were removed from remains are removed before the grind.
    • Ready for the grind
      • Bones are placed in grinder for grinding before the remains are given to family.
    • Finished Grind
      • After process, bones are turned into a powdery ash.
    • Placing into the bag
      • Remains are transferred into a bag which will be placed in a temporary earn and given to the family.
    • Transport Earn
      • With the tag attached to the inside bag, the body is ready to be given back to the family. They will do whatever they wish with the remains.