Due to the increasing costs associated with the burial of the deceased and the premium value of land, the frequency of having people cremated is increasing at a rapid rate. There are a number of advantages that are offered by Cremation Ledyard, which include the fact that it is affordable, addresses environmental concerns, saves space and eliminates the need for embalming. Some of the details of the cremation process are highlighted here.
How the Cremation Process Works
The cremation of a person is completed at a crematorium. The relatives of the deceased individual will contact the funeral home, or the selected mortuary in order to make the appropriate arrangements for the services. If the selected location does not have on-site crematory facilities, then they will subcontract the work out.
When a body goes through the Cremation Ledyard process, then you may face a waiting period of 24 to 48 hours, depending on the facility that is used. Once the waiting period has passed the body will be taken to the crematorium and then placed in a container or coffin with no prosthetics, pacemakers or other devices that would damage the chamber where the cremation will take place.
The container or the coffin will be placed into the cremation chamber and subjected to temperatures of 2100 degrees Fahrenheit, which will vaporize the body until all that is left is ashes. The actual time period for the entire process will be between one and four hours, which is dependent on the actual size of the body. If there are bones that have not burned, then they will be crushed into ashes.
Once the ashes are cooled, between one to two hours prior to being placed in a sealed container and given to a relative. The remains that are given will weigh between three and nine pounds, which depends on the size of the deceased individual.
Mystic Funeral Home LLC offers cremation services in a professional manner, ensuring that everything is handled properly throughout the process. Understanding how it works can help you see the advantages that it offers over traditional burial methods.