U.S. Cremation Equipment
Crematory Equipment – Increased productivity. Reduced Costs. Unmatched Cremation Equipment Service.
As one of the fastest-growing crematory manufacturing businesses, serving domestic and international markets, U.S. Cremation Equipment provides technologically advanced human crematory equipment and animal cremators for low and high volume operation. Our cremators and crematory equipment are listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL).
We recognize the important role of our equipment in your business, so our cremation equipment for sale is designed to give you a competitive edge by reducing your costs, increasing productivity and minimizing emissions.
People like you – owners of funeral homes, crematories, mortuaries and cemeteries, veterinarians and animal researchers – first turn to us for our innovative, reliable equipment and soon understand the value of our unrivaled focus on customer satisfaction. We regard you as our most important customer and are with you every step of the way.
“Their service is like no other I have experienced in this industry and I would highly recommend them to anyone looking to purchase an animal or human retort. Not only are their products second to none, but their service is what really sets them apart. In fact, I will be purchasing another machine from them in the near future.”
Kevin R. Marcy, Owner, Dream Land Pet Memorial Center, Metro Atlanta, GA
Recently, reports of the Ebola crisis in Africa have grabbed international headlines. Fear of widespread contagion is very real since the virus is easily transmitted from human to human while
During the annual 2014 Cremation Association of North America convention in Minneapolis, MN Luis Llorens, President of U.S. Cremation Equipment provided training for the attendees on behalf of the association. [caption
During the 2014 Cremation Association of North America (CANA) convention, Luis Llorens, President of U.S. Cremation Equipment/American Incinerators is going to be performing training for crematory operators. The training is
Though it is generally understood that “death is a part of life,” the topic still makes many people uncomfortable. Veterinarians that have recently added a pet cremator to their practice
Some like to say that the death care industry is on a downward spiral. Granted, major trends in the industry are changing, but that has not stopped people from going
The Cremation Association of North America (CANA)
The Cremation Association of North America (CANA) is recognized as the foremost authority on cremation in the United States and Canada. Founded in 1913 the Association is comprised of over 1500 members consisting of funeral directors, cemeterians, crematory owners and operators, suppliers and others associated with the death care industry.
The Association established the first crematory operators certification program nearly thirty years ago to train operators in safe cremation practices and has certified thousands of operators since that time. Many states have adopted training requirements for crematory operators and have selected CANA’s Crematory Operators Certification Program (COCP) as the official training program.
U.S. Cremation Equipment supports CANA’s training activities and provides technical support to the Association. For information on this important organization visit their website at www.cremationassociation.org.