How the cremation process is preformed by a professional crematorium. A cremation is preformed when all legal paperwork issued, everything is approved to carry out the cremation.
The start of the cremation process is first to heat the second combustion chamber to a minimum of 820 degrees Celsius. The main combustion chamber will be heated to a 650 degrees Celsius. Before the coffin is inserted into the cremation furnace. After the coffin has been entered and the funeral coffin flames, the temperature in the combustion camber will increase during the process to approximately 1100 degrees Celsius. The cremation process is fully automated nowadays. Special cremation software has been developed to control this process. As a computer keeps tracks of what is happening in the cremation oven and can, if necessary, ensure that the right temperatures that achieve an optimal cremation process.