the Subject of cremation often excites people. How, what, where, when? The theme of death is frightening, but attracts attention. There are several stages of burial of the deceased, cremation — the first. Then, on request, the urn with human ashes can be buried, to lay in a niche of the columbarium or to do any other way, for example, to dispel the above-mentioned dust in the wind. This procedure is usually accompanied by, as well as burial, the process of converting tissue into inorganic chemical compounds that exist in the earth.
In fact, this is the same burial, because the body, though in a different form, beneath the soil. There is only one difference: the time of mineralization of the body. When cremated is reduced to a couple-three hours, while regular dumping it lasts up to twenty years. The inhabitants of the CIS countries are increasingly resorting to this procedure, in comparison with burial. This situation is caused mostly due to lack of seats in the cemetery, ease of carrying and low cost.
Historically, some religions, such as Buddhism and Hinduism, have adopted cremation as a part of the main rite. Since ancient times people knew that the ashes is not dangerous for human health, therefore cremation has taken place already in the Paleolithic. This is usually conducted by burning the body in the open air.
a Furnace for the burning of bodies began to appear for the first time in Europe somewhere in the late XVIII century, then they began to spread in the U.S. and other countries.
Now cremation of human occurs in the crematoria — special areas where the probability of combustion of the dead with the coffin at a very high temperature equal to one hundred percent. The procedure takes approximately two hours, after which the deceased remains but dust, which amounts to 2-2.5 liters.
All is this: initially there's sort of a ritual in the hall for the ceremony of farewell, then the body transporterowych into the room, where it is treated and then put in oven.
After this procedure, the ashes are placed in a special capsule made of metal and are carefully closed, sealed. Often, relatives want to take the ashes of the deceased himself. For this there were ballot boxes, the type of which you can choose depending on the preferences of the customer. This urn has the right to take only the person who is responsible for its acquisition. After that comes the final stage of the funeral.
after cremation, the ashes can be stored in a special laboratory. If ashes are left at the crematorium after the time it should be buried in a common grave in the establishment.
Often the person cremated in the two chambers. The second is designed for afterburner, and it provides 100% combustion. One of the most important elements of the crematorium is cremulator are, the place where the burnt remains of the crushed to the dust. Also there is a magnet that able to detect metal objects.
To prevent the mixing of ashes invented a special metal plate with a number attached to the deceased. After the process of cremation it is among the remains that could help identify the person.
After the cremation you have the opportunity to bury the urn, scatter the ashes, or place it in a niche of the columbarium.
cremation of the body gives much more opportunities compared to burial, so people often choose this method of burial.
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