Animal Cremation Machines

Crematory manufacturers have specific reasons on why they believe beyond a doubt that their equipment is the best. It is, of course, known that each of the systems cremate or the company could not stay in business, and since each of the leading manufacturers have been in existence for many years, it is assumed that all the designs work. So what makes our expertise and equipment rise above our competitors? We continuously invest in research and development to deliver a better quality system. It is our position that we are learning from their mistakes and not repeating them. Before patenting our first unit, we spent many months talking to operators of others systems to find out what problems they had experienced. With these details, we set out to build a pet crematory that:

  • Controlled Fluids
  • Have an Afterburning Chamber Large Enough as Not to Shoot Flames From the Stack
  • Lower the Fuel Costs
  • Have a Safer Clean Out System
  • And Make the Retort Last Longer

These ideas, when added to our own expertise, produced our first crematory in 1978. We still have the lowest fuel consumption of any crematory of its size class and the upgrades have produced a system that is fully automatic. Each unit we build has its own temperature controlling system with “over heat” control to provide safer cremations when large batch cremations are performed. We included a hydraulic loading door and evolved a separate clean out system to provide the operator with the least exposure to the heat of the main chamber. We’ve upgraded our high duty brick size to six inches, as a standard, and we utilize a cast arch in the main chamber to reduce fuel usage and promote longevity. Our stacks are fully lined with three inches of a 2500º F insulating castable even though our average stack temperature is only 600º F to ensure against fires that have been caused by unlined stacks.

We’ve carefully trained a team of technicians to provide service and our modular component system has eliminated down time to 24 hours after your 800 call to the factory. Our most important feature, however, is we have not forgotten that our customers are our companies lifeline, so we can customize to fit your needs rather than you changing to fit ours. Every model crematory we provide has been UL listed for safety or carries UL listed components in our incineration line.

EPA APPROVALS

We provide you with a completed set of individual State EPA applications where applicable for your signature and submittal. This application generally takes 60 to 90 days and the state fees vary from state to state, as some states do not have a fee. Our delivery can usually take place within a week or two of receipt of the construction permit. We realize the competitive nature of this bid process and wish to mention at this point that no matter what your decision regarding the equipment; our policy is to serve you to the best of our ability whenever you may need service.


BLP 100


BLP 100


BLP 200


BLP 200 M3


BLP 500


BLP M7


BLP 1000


Animal Cremation Systems Brochure

Brochure


 Estimated Operating Costs for BLP


Animal or Batch Load Systems.
Electric: Volts x Amps = Watts
Divided by 1,000 = Kilowatts
Multiplied by Number of Hours in Run
Multipied by Kilowatt (local cost)
= Estimated Cost for Electric
Labor: $15.00/hr.
General Overhead: 20%
Maintenance Fund: $10.00
Fuel Costs: “Natural Gas” (Input measured in BTU’s.)
Maximum Input: “Worst-Case Scenario”
Total Number of BTU’s divided by 1,000
= Number of Cubic Ft. divided by 100 = Therms
(100 Cubic Feet = 1 Therm)
1 Hour of Operation =
Number of Therms @ Cost per Therm
Divided by Pounds per hour = Cost per Pound.
Average Input = “2/3rds of Maximum Input”
“Propane” (Input measured in BTU’s.)
Maximum Input: “Worst-Case Scenario”
Total Number of BTU’s divided by 92,000
= Number of Gallons @ Cost per Gallon
Divided by Pounds per hour = Cost per Pound.
Average Input = “2/3rds of Maximum Input”