a. be based on common, well-proven and clean technology – both as a complete unit and in terms of its individual components.
b. be very robust, sturdy and capable of installation in remote locations subject to severe conditions.
solid waste incinerator
for medical waste disposal
Principle Medical Waste Incineration Treatment
Burn Rate Average 1000-1500 kg/hour
Feed Capacity Average 6000kg/feeding
Control Mode PLC(Programmable Logic Controller Incinerator)
Combustion Chamber 4800Liter
Internal Dimensions 400*120*100 cm
d. generate residual incinerator ash conforming to <10% by volume and <25% by weight of the waste incinerated.
“• Heavy steel construction.The proposed incinerators shall be able to be completely packed into a series of 20ft export standard sea containers.
• Fixed hearth geometry and starved air gasification operational mode.
• Hot face refractory concrete-ceramic suitable for thermal shock up to 1400 Celsius and abrasion. Minimum thickness 150mm.
• Cold face refractory lining of calcium silicate or superior material, minimum thickness 100mm.
• Refractory lining of all the ducts shall be done with refractory castings. Superior quality ceramic wool shall be used at all hot duct flanges and expansion joints.
m. incorporate an Air Pollution Control System suitable for basic emission control
n. have a thermal efficiency of not less than 85%.
o. primary and secondary chambers shall preferably have rounded inside corners to avoid the formation of dead zones or cold pockets
p. have very low levels of unburned material in the slag
q. include a supplement fuel source and storage unit (e.g., diesel tank),
“r. proposals shall include the fuel consumption at the rated capacity
be CE Certified, meet relevant British, EU or American Standards, or equivalent.
and cool down cycle will take place overnight.
• The incinerators shall be capable of using diesel fuel as a supplemental fuel while the associated management equipment shall be capable of using electricity as the primary power source.