Cremation Urn Vaults Protect the Burial Urn at the Cemetery
Preserving the memory of a loved one after their demise is a custom that all cultures and societies follow, and have followed for many centuries. We create monuments, memorials, and utilize a variety of resources to ensure that the memory of a loved one is captured for all eternity. This practice is very reassuring for both the individual who is passed, as well as the surviving family. What many do not consider is that when we build a monument of a loved one, it of course is intended to share their story with all eternity, but what of their earthly remains? For those who select cremation, but still wish to inter the remains, a cremation urn vault can help to protect and preserve the urn, and its contents.
For many generations, families have been utilizing cremation urn vaults when interring a cremation vessel. The vaults serve to further protect the vessel from the elements, to ensure that the contents within the urn remain undisturbed. These special vaults are made from durable materials, such as ABS plastic, polystyrene, or cultured marble, and even stainless steel. While the materials used to create the vaults plays a big part in the final durability, it is important to note that the design helps the material resist the exterior force placed on the vault, to ensure it does not concave over time. The to the design of the vaults is to utilize inverted dome pressure to help hold the shape of the vault. The vaults feature easy closure mechanisms, and many include a role of tape or adhesive to help further seal the piece.
While life offers no promises, and certainly none in regards to forever holding onto our memories, an elegant and durable cremation urn vault can serve as a shell to preserve our earthly essence in the sea that is life.
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