The Power-Pak II Pet / Pathological Cremation
We have chosen the Power-Pak II Pet/Pathological
Cremation System for several reasons, with Safety being
a very important one. The Power-Pak II is Underwriters Laboratories
(UL) listed, which is the most widely recognized measure
of safety compliance. Of course, we are licensed and regularly
inspected, meeting or exceeding standards of operation.
Another important reason for
choosing The Power-Pak II Cremation System is its Environmental
Acceptance. Independent testing laboratories have tested
the Power-Pak II to state and federal regulatory standards,
which it surpasses.
There is an Automatic Control
System, making this unit fully automatic: load it, set the
controls, and it completes its cycle automatically, shutting
itself off upon completion. A lighted control panel provides
easy verification of every step in the cycle.
The conveniently located annunciator
panel allows the operator to monitor the cremation process
from beginning to end. Colour-coded lights indicate the
status of safety interlocks, burner service, and cycle times.
The Afterburner System allows
complete combustion of smoke and odour, resulting in minimal
particulate emissions. Retention time of gases in the after-chamber
is as high as two seconds. Gases traveling in the after-chamber
experience many 90 degree turns for maximum turbulence,
retention, and mixing.
The exclusive exhaust cooling
system cools the exhaust gases before they are discharged
into the stack and out to the atmosphere. This is another
very desirable feature that ensures against thermal pollution
and obnoxious odours associated with hot gases.
This unit is furnished with a
pollution monitoring and control system which constantly
regulates and checks stack emissions and opacities, taking
appropriate action automatically to prevent pollution problems
before they arise.
This unit is constructed with
a heavy-duty steel structure and casing to ensure consistent
and thorough support of all refractory materials.
Refractory block insulates the
chambers, to retain heat. We protect this insulation from
damage, wear and exposure by lining the chambers with rigid,
high-temperature, first-quality refractory brick designed
to withstand the stresses of the cremation process.
High-quality refractory and insulating
products in standard shapes and sizes are used throughout
the unit's construction. Hot-surface refractories are rated
in excess of 3,000 degrees F and are backed with insulating
refractory. All refractories are steel-encased to eliminate
uncontrolled air infiltration.
We are very satisfied with
the performance of our Power-Pak II Cremation System, and
the efficiency with which it allows us to provide this special
service to our clients.