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Correct Cremation Urns Size
A very simple pound to urn ratio is 1 cubic inch per pound of per-cremained weight.
We recommend that if you plan to keep all the cremains, that you should purchase a cremation urn one size larger than needed, to guarantee you have enough room. If you plan to spread or share some of the cremains of your loved one, then the size of the cremation urn is less critical and you can go by the industry standard. If you choose a larger size cremation urn and there is extra space inside it, you can keep special keepsakes and mementos, of your loved one with their cremains.
A human weighing over 200 pounds actually has the same bone mass as an average size human. The bones are the material that makes up the cremains (cremation ashes) that go into a cremation urn. All soft tissue is completely burned away during the cremation process. Someone weighing 300 pounds to 400 pounds or more, should be able to fit into one of the extra large cremation urns, which can hold 200 pounds of per-cremain weight. Because the bone mass is still the same, as an average human. We do highly suggest that you check with your crematorium for a loved ones weighing over 200 pounds. They will be able to help you determine the proper size cremation urn to purchase.