The Fact News Service,
New Delhi, May 18,
Despite the use of wood in this system of the Indian Institute of Technology Ropar (IIT), smokeless cremation takes place. It uses only half the amount of wood required for cremation and is also environmentally friendly due to the use of a combustion air system.
Not only this, beliefs and traditions have also been taken into consideration while constructing it and it has been made accordingly. It uses only half the amount of wood required for cremation and is also environmentally friendly due to the use of a combustion air system. It is based on the light-stove technology, in which the yellow glows when the light is on. It is converted into a smokeless blue flame with the help of a combustion air system installed above the lights. It was given by Dean Professor I of Ropar. Harpreet Singh has developed. He said that the crematorium system or furnace is heated to 1044 ° C, which ensures complete sterilization. handcart shaped furnace has wheels and can be carried anywhere without much effort.
This jammer is equipped with combustion air for primary and secondary hot air systems. Professor Harpreet said that the cremation, including the cooling time, takes place within 12 hours as compared to the 48 hours required for a normal wood-based cremation. Using less wood can also reduce carbon footprint. He said that in the absence of refractory heat storage, it requires a shorter cooling time. There is heat loss of stainless steel on both sides of the cart for heat loss and less wood consumption. Apart from this, a tray is also placed under it for easy removal of ash.