Have you ever seen or read any of the popular instructional books in the "Dummies" series? Not everyone is a master of all knowledge. If you are considering a purchase of an incinerator or cremator, here are a few questions and be better informed to make a decision during your incinerator or cremator selection. What is the difference between
Do you take spending money seriously? At Firelake Manufacturing, we take incineration and cremation so serious it is the core of our business. Everyday is focused on incinerating and cremating. Read more about out Incineration Cremation Dedication: We have roots in the business dating back over 40 years. Our standard product line
Last month, we detailed the cost to operate, and revenue from a P model Firelake pet cremation system. That pet cremation payoff scenario is economically attractive for mid-sized and larger veterinarian clinics but now we would like to highlight a smaller less cost model commonly used in smaller rural clinics. These smaller Firelake "A"
A Firelake P16 was professionally installed and started last week in Appalachia. Housed inside a steel and block structure this unit should provide comfort to operators and protect the cremator from weather. Preheat is achieved in minutes. The operator can initiate the cremation process with the digital timer and walk off to do other work.
Over twenty years ago a cremator was installed in southern Pennsylvania. Experience in cremator design is measured in decades at Firelake. There are many locations where our A, C, and P Series incinerators are working many years after commissioning. Small units and large units, propane, natural gas, and diesel burners. Medical waste,
You may have a BIG need for a Firelake Model P60 incinerator. The P60 is an autoloading design that offers many features to accommodate regulations and operating preferences. Large in size it often is sized for hospitals, bulk mass disposal, or as a central disposal site for remote clinics. Designed in modules the P60 offers many burner and
The way remains gets processed varies greatly. Some operators simply return the remains of ash and bone as it exists after the cremation. This is an irregular mix of shapes, colors, and sizes. Other operators reduce and mix the remains to a more consistent uniformity. How is that done? Iron mallets and metal pails, rollers, and heavy
An improved method was needed to record operation at a Firelake cremator used by AHS (an SPCA in northern New Jersey). The concern was alleviated by fitting the cremator with computer communication technology. A critical operating requirement for the AHS state operating permit is recording data for each batch loaded. Accuracy is the priority.
A Model 600X incinerator is being packaged for shipment at Firelake Manufacturing fabrication plant. The A600X is to be used at a medical marijuana production site in Canada. The features that make this X series of incinerators popular include temperature control and fuel management during the operation of the burn cycle. The X models are a hybrid
Receiving your incinerator or cremator as close to complete is a value, a real cost saver compared to build time spent on the job site with contractors. A factory Gas Train is an example. The Gas Train is a sure time saver, is factory tested, eliminates questions, prevents decisions that may have led to low gas flow or low pressures. These