The air louver is a two foot by two foot motorized louver which replenishes ambient air back into the crematorium. Capable of passing 2,500 cubic feet per minute of free air, the louver is located at or below burner height. The motorized damper can be interlocked with the controls of the retort.
B&L Cremation Systems, Inc. offers the highest quality in cardboard loading rollers. Our rollers have a “heavy duty” side wall that is almost uncrushable when loading your retort. The overall length is 14 inches, long enough to load any cremation without excess waste. These rollers will extend the life of your refractory hearth by eliminating scraping and bumping of the casket during loading. They can also be used in mausoleum loading.
Chart recorders help your crematory or incinerator record primary and secondary temperatures in the retort. Chart recorders are available in single and dual pen, depending on your state requirements. Replacement charts and pens are available from B&L Cremation Systems, Inc. Charts come in temperature, 24 hour, and seven day versions.
Our types of charts are listed below:
0 – 2,000 Degrees Fahrenheit
0 – 2,400 Degrees Fahrenheit
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Our steel clean-out brush enables you to remove all of the cremated remains in your cremation chamber without damaging or scraping the hearth, therefore, extending your unit’s life. The steel bristled brush is removable, allowing you to change the size of the brush head or replace your old one when it is worn. Available in large (12 feet with a 12 inch head), medium (nine feet with a ten inch head), and small (five feet with a six inch head) sizes. They are also available in custom sizes.
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Our steel clean-out rake enables you to pull cremated remains to the front of the machine or side clean-out without damaging or scraping the hearth, therefore extending your unit’s life. Available in large (12 feet with a ten inch head), medium (nine feet with a ten inch head), and small (five feet with a ten inch head) sizes. They are also available in custom sizes.
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The clean sweep takes the effort and time out of removing the remains. The broom is lightweight and on wheels, which means less time heating up in front of the chamber while collecting the remains. This provides a safer, more efficient environment for the operator.
The clean sweep also eliminates any residue and wear that typically results from the scraping of traditional steel brushes. It is powered by a 60 gallon air compressor.
Made from 14-gauge stainless steel, our cremated remains collection pan is perfect for retrieving hot remains and organizing them after a cremation. It can be placed on our cremated remains cooling system for a quicker cool-down time, and also sorted through with our hand-trigger magnet for any metal remains. Sizes are 24 inches by ten inches by eight inches. Custom cremated remains collection pans are available.
This system comes ready-to-mount to a wall or any fixed structure. The system comes with tech screws for mounting to wood or steel. The fan on the bottom of the cooling system pushes air over the collection pan and cools the remains in just minutes for safe handling. The fan requires a 110 volt electrical outlet.
Our vacuum is a heavy-duty, high-powered vacuum used to clean up after cremations and keep your work area dust free. This vacuum also has a flame-resistant filter and a heat-resistant bag.
The hand-trigger magnet is an essential part of your cremation tools. It is used to remove the metal parts from the cremated remains before processing. The magnet, when held over the remains, picks up the metal using a high-powered magnetic force. When held over a disposal container, the trigger is pulled away from the metal particles. As the force weakens, the metal drops into the container for disposal.
B&L Cremation Systems, Inc. ID discs can be customized with up to three separate lines of 12 characters, and a fourth line for up to five numbers. ID discs are made from 18-gauge stainless steel, with a 1.25 inch diameter. The discs will not flake, burn, or melt at temperatures under 2,600 degrees. The standard ID discs come in quantities of 100 to a pack. They are custom-made and sequentially numbered.
Made from ten-gauge stainless steel, our pan is reinforced with angle ribs to help prevent distortion due to the high heat of the cremation process. The sides of the tray prevent the remains from being scattered by the force of the burner.
The multiple-remains collection table allows for multiple cremated remains trays to be collected for transpiration to the processing station. They are available in custom sizes.
Eliminate your problems with B&L’s handheld pacemaker detector. It’s easy to use…just wave the wand over the container and if a pacemaker is present, you will get both an audible and lighted alarm.
The roof thimble, like the storm collar, weather proofs the installation. They are custom-built to suit roof pitch and stack diameter. It is available in 16-gauge galvanized steel.
*For more information for availability for use, check local state requirements.
Exhaust gases from the cremation process generally range from 500 degrees to 1,000 degrees. However, on occasion, due to large cases or a malfunction of the equipment, these temperatures can soar to over 2,000 degrees Farenheit. While some companies attempt to cool these gases with air, only a refractory lining of sufficient thickness and insulating capabilities will prevent a fire hazard. In a worst case scenario, our tests have shown that an unlined, stainless steel stack actually turns orange, even with air cooling, at 2,500 degrees Farenheit. This could result in a building fire.
B&L Cremation Systems, Inc. provides a three inch, 2,500 degrees Farenheit insulating liner with a ten year warranty to safeguard your facility. Our lined stacks, at an exhaust temperature of 2,000 degrees Farenheit, have an outside wall temperature of approximately 400 degrees Farenheit, well below the ignition temperature of wood (the typical roof construction material).
Storm collars dispense rain. They are mounted on the roof where the crematory stack comes out. The storm collar weather proofs the installation, while allowing hot air associated with the exhaust stacks to escape to the outside. They are available in galvanized or stainless steel, made-to-order, to fit any stack diameter. The storm collar is a two-piece item and easy to install and secure. A high-temperature sealant is required for water proofing.
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