Burn Easy Incinerators easily reduce 100 pounds of carcass to less than one gallon of ash. This pollution-free disposal method meets or exceeds EPA guidelines. In addition, biosecurity hazard concerns are virtually eliminated, since burning destroys the spread of disease and keeps rendering trucks off your property.
The incinerator has a patented, thermostatically controlled system that shuts the burner down when the chamber reaches the desired level. This means you save up to 65% on fuel consumption, a savings of more than a gallon of fuel per hour.
The unit has a horizontal burn chamber with flames passing over the carcass for complete, clean burn. The patented, special insulating refractory block liner reflects rather than absorbs heat, acting like an additional burner. This results in hotter, more uniform disposal.
These heavy-duty incinerators are built to last. The shell is made from heavy-duty 3/8" to 1/2" heat tempered, continuous welded steel for maximum strength. The units are reinforced with 1" x 2" bars for extended life. The pre-cured liner withstands temperatures of 3,000°F for extended cremator life.
Block liner replacements are available at a fraction of the cost of a new unit.
- Direct fire afterburners are available if required by local or state codes
- LP or Natural Gas burners are an available option
- Winch Kits are available on all units
|Model 34||4' x 30"||Single Door||36" x 19"||200 lbs.|
|Model 36||6' x 30"||Single Door||36" x 19"||400 lbs.|
|Model 37-1||7' x 30"||Single Door||36" x 19"||500 lbs.|
|Model 30-2||6' x 30"||Double Door||48" x 23"||400 lbs.|
|Model 37-2||7' x 30"||Double Door||48" x 23"||500 lbs.|
|Model 367-1||7' x 36"||Single Door||36" x 19"||700 lbs.|
|Model 367-2||7' x 36"||Single Door||52" x 23"||700 lbs.|
|Model 428||8' x 42"||Single Door||66" x 32"||1,200 lbs.|
|Model 529||9' x 52"||Single Door||51" x 78"||106 cu. ft.|
|Animal||Swine, Poultry & Gamebird|
Manuals & Resources
- Burn Easy Installation Instructions LP or Natural Gas Fired Units
- Burn Easy Installation Instructions Diesel Fired Heat Lined
We got our first Burn Easy in 2000 (500 lb two door model diesel model) - and I bought the second (to replace the first) in 2009 (700 lb one door with wench diesel fuel model). As long as you maintain your machine, and replace parts, its great!
I own a pet cremation service, and have only used this particular brand, and have never felt like changing brands.