Exploring The Cremation Process


It takes 3 hours at 1800 F in a closed brick lined space to get ashes.

The cremation then takes place in a specially designed furnace, referred to as a cremation chamber or retort, and exposed to extreme temperatures – up to 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit – leaving behind only ashes. Following the procedure, a cooling period is required before the remains can be handled.

Depending on factors like the size and weight of the body, the type of container holding the body, and the efficiency of the equipment installed, the actual cremation procedure usually takes between 2-3 hours for flame-based processes

Gasoline car fires ? https://mysweetindulgence.com/other/how-hot-does-gasoline-burn-fahrenheit/

Gasoline burns at 495 degrees Fahrenheit at standard atmospheric pressure. This ignition temperature is the lowest temperature at which gasoline may undergo combustion. If the temperature is lower than this, a fire is needed to ignite gasoline. If too little air is present, a higher temperature is needed.

So where are all the bodies from the Maui fires Governor?


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