Vertical burial containment system
Pollman, Anthony Gerard
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A vertical burial container comprising a midsection containment, upper cylindrical lid, interior volume, and a domed upper lid. The midsection containment comprises internal threads surrounding the upper circular opening and comprises a set of external threads surrounding the base. The external threads and the internal threads are mating threads to allow multiple containers to be threadably engaged for handling as a single unit. An upper cylindrical lid having external threads mated with the internal threads allows isolation of the interior volume of the midsection containment. Additionally, the vertical burial system additionally comprises an upper lid with internal threads for threadable engage with the internal threads. The various threads have respective thread lengths to accommodate either an upper lid or another midsection containment to be threadably engaged into the internal threads without displacing the inner cylindrical lid isolating the interior volume.
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