This machine, cremulator and hydraulic lifting table is brand new, ready to be installed and operated. TOP of the range machinery fully imported and cleared in storage in Brisbane and ready for dispatch. The passing of my wife of 40 years has forced a change of plans for the future and after a year of planning, importing and setting up I have decided to pass this on to someone who is as passionate and compassionate towards animals and their owners, as we are.
The Pet cremation business is rapidly gaining prominence in recent time especially in developed countries such as ours here in Australia. Most people who have pets would rather prefer that their dead pets be cremated as against burying them. Cremation of pets is convenient and generally accepted by pet owners if they are given the option. The good thing about pet cremation is that it can either be done in conventional crematories at massive costs, or the crematories dedicated only to pets such as this opportunity; the bottom line is that people who want a dignified way of laying their dead pets to rest will be willing to pay for such services.
As a nation of animal lovers we want to look after our pets as well as we possibly can and treat them with respect for the whole of their lifetime. When our pet dies we want to know that this respectful attitude also extends to the disposal of their remains. Some owners will opt to bury a much-loved pet in their garden, but may find that this is prohibited by their Local Authority or is only allowed for very small pets such as hamsters or guinea pigs.
The fact that people cherish having the ashes of their dead pets in an attractive container (vase, urns, pots et al.), an added extra to the basic cremation cost that is placed in a place of their choice (could be by their bed side or anywhere in their house) makes pet cremation business a very lucrative business and growing monthly here in Australia.
It is NOT uncommon to make upwards of $1800 a day 5 days a week...... BUT It is important to note that this kind of business is not for everyone, it is for those who naturally can comfort and care for bereaved pet owners whether money is involved or not. If you don’t have this basic quality, you might not succeed in this business.
So, if you are serious about starting your own pet cremation company, here is the equipment you need, with all documentation and copies of previous approvals by municipalities to guide you through the initial stages, ready to be commissioned and operating in a short time once you find the premises that can either be in most industrial areas or on a small holding or acreage here in Australia.
Consists of a brand new unused incinerator capable of 15 plus cremations a day (At an average of $295 per pet), brand new unused cremulator, brand new unused hydraulic lifting table
Selling way below asset cost to import into Australia due to personal circumstances and needing to move on now.... happy to assist in set up for cost of travel and accommodation as I spent 2 days in the factory in UK but it is a simple, trouble free, no brainer business with the best incinerator on today's market. Price a locally manufactured system and you will find the equipment I have new and unused starts at $120K......
Please contact for more details.
80 to 100 sq meters required
Will have to comply with local council regulations
Reason For Selling:
Passing of wife prior to setting up