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What does it look like after the cremation process is complete?

Category: Cremation

All organic bone fragments, which are very brittle, as well as non-consumed metal items are “swept” into the back of the cremation chamber and into a stainless-steel cooling pan. All non-consumed items, like metal from clothing, hip joints, and bridge work, are separated from the cremated remains. This separation is accomplished through inspection as well as using a magnet for smaller metallic objects. Remaining bone fragments are then processed in a machine to a consistent size and placed into a sealed bag that goes into a temporary or permanent urn, selected by the family.

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