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Pet Cremators

MacroBurn Pet Cremators

Keep ashes separated
Our pet cremators have been designed to cremate multiple pets at once while keeping the ashes separate for the family.

Lowest Emissions
Our pet cremators are optimized to minimise emissions, with large combustion and settling chambers, high velocity combustion air, and high output burners. See our Hot Gas Filtration for units that must comply to EU regulations.

Our objective is to design and manufacture Quality Cremators, that have low emissions, are fuel efficient, easy to operate, and with low maintenance requirements.

Macrotec is certified to the following standards:

ISO 9001:2015 | Quality Management Systems
ISO 14001:2015 | Environmental Management Systems
ISO 45001:2018 | Occupational Health & Safety Management 


Our pet cremators are two chamber units, with auxiliary burners, combustion air fans, stack, and an optional bier.

V330 Incinerator Two Chambers

Isometric View: MacroBurn V330

MacroBurn V100 Incinerator Rendering

Isometric View: MacroBurn V100

Combustion Air
Our pet cremator combustion air is designed to optimize turbulence and mixing in the primary chamber, by blowing in the combustion air at high velocity over the bodies. This promotes combustion and also increases combustion efficiency by ensuring that combustion gasses are adequately mixed with oxygen for the oxidation of combustible gasses.

The burners provide auxiliary heat, heating up the pet cremator before feeding commences, and ensures that the temperatures remain high and stable during the cremation. Diesel, LPG, and Natural Gas burners are available, and includes the burner fuel train.

FBR Burner Rendering
Flue Gas Chimney Stack

The standard stack height on our cremators ranges from 7m to 15m, depending on the model size, with taller stacks optional. Our stacks are taller than most of our competitors for good reason, the increased height increases the draft, increasing the velocity of the flue gas, releasing it at greater height, resulting in better dispersion.

According to EPA (Environmental Protection Agency – USA), Good Engineering Practice for stacks is calculated as H + 1.5L, where H is the height of the building itself or any significant nearby structure or structures and L is the lesser of the projected height or width of the building in question. If this is applied to the typical building in are mote setting, away from larger building, a minimum stack height of 7m would be recommended. This needs to be calculated on a site-by-site basis and might require a taller stack.