Cremation is one of the most commonly used forms through which funerals have been performed in history. Unlike the inhumation (burial), inflammation is the burning process of the deceased, or the more precise decomposition of its constituent elements into basic particles due to the effect of high temperatures – this would be a scientific definition.
The first evidence pointing to the cremation process dates back to 42,000 BC, found in Australia. One thing is for sure. Cremation has been practiced all over the world by various peoples and religions. Cremation is also well known in India. In India cremation was mainly preferred by religions such as Sikhism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Hinduism. There are also several traces of cremation in Europe dating back to the Bronze Age, around 2,000 BC.
Cremation is performed in specially designed places – crematoriums – which may consist of one or more furnaces. Each furnace is specially constructed according to special regulations from the states, and its made of refractory material.
Cremation San Bernardino modern furnaces also have automatic control of the completion of the process, which takes somewhere between 2 and 3 hours. The bodies of the deceased are exposed in these furnaces to temperatures of F1472 to F1832. Crates for cremation are environmentally friendly, that is, they are crafted from softwood, without metal parts and factory coatings.
Cremation is becoming so popular choice among people. One of the reasons is the growing awareness of this type of funeral and its eco-benefits.
After the cremation of the deceased, the ashes are placed in specially designed urns. The deceased’s ashes can be stored in this urn for a long time wherever you want, but some people express a special desire for their ashes to be spilled at a particular place, which is a symbol of their lives.
What you need to know is that in order to proceed to cremation, it is first necessary for the person to give their consent. The entire process is governed by state law and requires some paperwork, so you can expect the entire process to be completed between 3 and 5 days.
Because of this time interval, Cremation San Bernardino has special chambers with low temperatures to prevent the body from decomposing. The body is protected until it is time for cremation.
Cremation is definitely a complex process under the strict control of the state, and therefore can only be performed by licensed companies.