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21st Century Designs for the Eternal Challenge.
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Uncontainerised Model

The i8-MCU

Safe & Dignified Cremation

Is now available to all - no matter who they are or where they may be.

Refugee Camp Crematorium


This turnkey solution can be optionally supplied in a standard 20ft HC container to allow for quick & easy re-deployment.


Class leading refractory lining ensures that heat is well retained and therefore fuel consumption is kept to a minimum.

Hot Hearth Design

This technology ensures an even distribution and retention of heat through the primary, secondary and tertiary chambers.


• Planned/Unplanned Downtime & Maintenance
• Remote Communities
• Disaster Response Situations

Available as a gas or diesel powered system

Odour / Smoke Free

Throughout all our testing and on site feedback no evidence of smoke or unwelcome odours were detected.

Liquid Retention Still

Ensures that everything placed in the cremator remains within the contained unit

Remote Control*

Preheat chambers remotely using our fully featured Android © or iPhone © app.

Fast Global Dispatch

Can be dispatched from our factory within 24 hours of order confirmation.

*NB: This is an optional (cost) extra.

"The unpredictable and varying nature of human life expectancy can create unplanned peaks in the operations of local bereavement services. Faltering processes, delays and complete failure are potentially very damaging within local authorities and the communities they serve."

Available on 0% Finance

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Whats different about this Cremator technology?

The i8-MCU has a 4 chamber ‘Hot Hearth’ design. The primary, secondary and tertiary post-combustion chambers prevent dioxins from cracking into smaller but more reactive molecules, (known as de novo formation). This can be especially apparent in the presence of heavy metals, which can act as a catalyst in the process.

Through the post-combustion journey a self-ignition process forces the micro particulates to pass through a flame curtain, this burns all harmful emissions, gas remnants are then retained in the post-combustion chambers where thermal decomposition and cyclonic air distribution ensure a clean odorless emission in the form of vapor.