Human Low Temperature System
Low temperature systems do not require a pressure vessel. To see a comparison of Low vs. High Temperature Systems, please see the dedicated FAQ Section.
Features and Specs
-Larger custom sizes available
-Turnaround: 12-16 hours; up to 2 dispositions per day (dependent on system set-up)
|Operating Temperature||-199-208°F (92.5-97.8°C); User-Selected|
|Operating Pressure||-Atmospheric pressure|
|Drain Temperature Control||-Automatic (standard)
-Discharges below regulation temperature
|Required Ancillary Equipment||
-Scale (for weighing pets
|Control System||-Large 10-inch color Allen Bradley Panelview touch-screen display
-Allen Bradley Compact Logix PLC control system
-Intuitive operator & control screens
-Manual override screen for testing and troubleshooting
-UPS for CO2 system (Uninteruptible Power Supply; safety for power outage)
-UL listed control panel
- Units available in English or Metric measures; multiple languages available
-Optional Ethernet or phone modem diagnostics to allow factory assistance to anywhere in the world
|Warranty||-Materials; 2 years from date of installation
-Extended warranties available
|Notable Benefits||-Patent pending tip technology offers considerable advantages
-No expensive steam generator/boiler required
-Operates with standard utilities available to most funeral homes and commercial locations
- No additional storage tanks required
-No submerged pump seals
-Atmospheric pressure operation ensures a safe environment for your staff
- Low equipment cost
-Substantially lower operating cost than cremation/incineration
-Lowest operational cost per disposition for alkaline hydrolysis systems
|Additional Available Options||
-Option: Dissolvable heavy-duty body bags and viscera bags
Two medium-sized (0-495lb) low temperature units in loading position.
Two medium-sized low temperature units in operating position.
Low temperature human system with the stanless steel basket container.
Low temperature human system with the basket container partially outside. Operators will use a lift table.
Example alkaline hydrolysis installation at a human crematorium, next to two fire-based cremation units.
The alkaline hydrolysis system is now in the angled operating position.
Example installation at a human crematorium with limited space.
Example installation at a funeral home with limited space.
Mark Riposta of Riposta Funeral home and Direct Cremation of Maine opens the door to his low temp AH unit.
Jeff Edwards of Edwards Funeral Service places his unit in the operating position.
Large, user-friendly, color touch-screen interface
The weight of the body and process parameters can be viewed
The stainless steel basket container slides onto tracks on the lift table.
Here an existing cremation lift table was retro-fitted with easily removable rails.
The lift table is lowered to a preferred level for transfering the deceased to the basket.
The top of the basket is removed for easy transfer of the body from the gurney. The deceased is respectfully covered or contained in a special opaque dissolvable body bag.
Since this is a gentle process, alkaline hydrolysis allows funeral directors to return up to 20% more bone remains to the family.