The alkaline hydrolysis decomposition process was originally discovered for disposing of diseased farm animals in 1992 by Dr Gordon Kaye and Peter Weber medical researchers at Albany Medical College. It is now the preferred method for agricultural disposal around the world. In 2006, these facilities were adapted to be used with human remains and installed at the Mayo Medical Research Clinic, USA.
Aquamation Industries was set-up in Australia to re-engineer the aquamation process –originally made for animals – to be specifically designed for human use. The result of that extensive research and development is the very latest in technology that provides a simpler, safer, and more cost effective process than any other product on the market.
We’ve searched the world to find the highest quality components for our machines. In fact, we’re so confident of our superior design and high product quality, that we’re offering a five year full warranty on all parts and labour costs.