Preparing for the Funeral
Cremation / Burial
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The majority of metal caskets available on the market today are known as protective caskets. This terminology reflects that they are manufactured with a one piece rubber gasket that runs around the inner lid of the casket.
Once closed, a locking mechanism draws the lids onto the base and the gasket forms a seal. This protective seal protects the deceased from the entrance of air and other grave site elements,
Many higher quality metal caskets utilize a sophisticated magnesium rust inhibitor process. Metal Caskets are commonly manufactured in 20, 18, and 16 gauge metals. Interiors are tastefully coordinated in a variety of materials from crepe to velvet allowing for a range of pricing to meet a wide variety of budget concerns.
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