50 bed hospital proposal model TS5 or TS10 incinerator
200 bed hospital proposal model TS50 incinerator
we have more than 1000kgs per hour capacity incinerator.
How does a hospital incinerator work?
The incinerator comprises primary and secondary combustion chambers. The burning zone
of the primary chamber is accessible through a door at the front which lets in air and allows the operator to light the fire and remove the ash. The medical waste is dropped in through a loading door above the primary chamber.
How is hospital waste disposed of?
Two common methods of disposing of hospital-generated medical waste include incineration
or autoclaving. Incineration is a process that burns medical waste in a controlled environment. …
State regulations may mandate off-site incineration for certain types of waste.
The main purpose of any medical waste incinerator is to eliminate pathogens from waste and
reduce the waste to ashes. However, certain types of medical wastes, such as pharmaceutical
or chemical wastes, require higher temperatures for complete destruction.
|Incinerator Items/Model||HICLOVER TS5(PLC)||HICLOVER TS10(PLC)||HICLOVER TS20(PLC)||HICLOVER TS30(PLC)|
|Burn Rate (Average)||5-10 kg/hour||10-20 kg/hour||20-30 kg/hour||30-50 kg/hour|
|Control Mode||PLC Automatic||PLC Automatic||PLC Automatic||PLC Automatic|
|Smoke Filter Chamber||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Voltage||220V 2P||220V 2P||220V 2P||220V 2P|
|Burner Type||Italy Brand||Italy Brand||Italy Brand||Italy Brand|
|Oil Consumption (kg/hour)||4||6||8||12|
|Gas Consumption (m3/hour)||6.2-11.4||6.2-11.4||8-15.7||9.8–20|
|Temperature Thermometer||Corundum Probe Tube||Corundum Probe Tube||Corundum Probe Tube||Corundum Probe Tube|
|Automatic False Alarm||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|System Testing Model||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Progress Display Bar||LCD Display||LCD Display||LCD Display||LCD Display|
|Oil Tank Stand||190cm Height||190cm Height||190cm Height||190cm Height|
|Liquid level Display||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Chimney Type||Stainless Steel 304||Stainless Steel 304||Stainless Steel 304||Stainless Steel 304|
|1st. Chamber Temperature||800℃–1000℃||800℃–1000℃||800℃–1000℃||800℃–1000℃|
|2nd. Chamber Temperature||1000℃-1300℃||1000℃-1300℃||1000℃-1300℃||1000℃-1300℃|
|Residency Time||2.0 Sec.||2.0 Sec.||2.0 Sec.||2.0 Sec.|
The assembly and installation process shall be designed to be reversible, to facilitate rapid disassembling
and re-packing without damaging the parts of the products itself. All tools/equipment must be simple
to use, of highest quality and meet international standards. Corrosion resistance and weather proofing
The Incinerator units shall be designed to last in operation in a tropical environment for a minimum
period of 10 years if the specified maintenance schedule is followed. All metal surfaces
(except combustion chamber internal fittings) shall be either galvanized, enameled,
painted or otherwise treated against atmospheric and process induced corrosion.
A heat exchanger to pre-heat air destined for the primary chamber is not compulsory but recommended.
The combustion air systems and fans shall be designed to ensure high
combustion efficiency and avoid a reducing (corrosive) atmosphere, incomplete
burnout of the flue gases and related problems. It should also be possible to
heat the primary air from 10°C to approximately 145°C, depending on the waste composition and moisture content.
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“The incinerator shall be designed and equipped to be installed, commissioned
and operated in such a way as to prevent emissions into the air giving rise to
significant ground-level air pollution; in particular, exhaust gases shall be discharged
in a controlled fashion by means of a stack the height of which is calculated in such a
way as to safeguard human health and the environment.
Size and efficiency The proposed incinerator units must be complete and include
all of the key features listed below and all of the associated support services and interconnections
The forecasted feedstock loads, and daily loading rates are generally summarized as
• Mixed general, clinical and incinerable hazardous wastes with a wide range
of calorific values and densities. The majority of the wastes will be of a general
municipal nature, with up to 15% by volume of medical wastes and up to 5% by
volume of incinerable hazardous wastes. The content of the combustible matter
will be above 60% and moisture content below 30%. The wastes will be crudely
pre-mixed by selective loading from different waste streams prior to incinerator loading.
• Wastes either small enough to fit within a 60 litre waste sack or broken up
or shredded to less than 300mm in size.
• Operation on a daytime shift basis, 5 days per week.
Team compositions and tools/equipment list/description shall be detailed in the
assembly, disassembly and Packing Manuals. Provision for the use of video weblinks
(in English with French and Arabic subtitles) showing the assembly process and,
separately, the disassembly process is required. Manuals are to be produced in English and French.
The Contractor shall deploy an expert incinerator operator, fully equipped
with all required tools and equipment, to support the client in un-packing, installation,
and commissioning of the different sizes of incinerator units.
The operator will be provided on a day-rate reimbursable basis. The bidder must
specify the minimum scope of work in terms of operator working days and travel days.
Rates for these to be provided on the financial offer form.
All associated fittings and connections to enable full functionality shall be completed
by the bidder in line with the manufacturer’s instructions; including but not limited to
piping, electrical and stack connections, foundations, anchorage to foundations, etc., as applicable
• An 8 hour daily operating cycle of ash removal, pre-heat and burn with continuous
loading if required. The automated burn completion 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
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
d. generate residual incinerator ash conforming to <10% by volume and
<25% by weight of the waste incinerated
e. achieve a Total Organic Carbon (TOC) content in the slag and bottom ashes of less than 3%,
g. include clearly readable system operation panels;
h. include an operator’s manual (in English and French);
i. require minimal preprocessing i.e. there shall be no/very limited need for prior sorting, crushing or shredding
j. be capable of handling mixed solid waste streams and incinerable hazardous wastes as indicated
k. can accommodate large variations in waste composition and calorific value
l. allow for batch loading
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.
• Also consider provision for meeting international emission standards.
Able to handle an average waste production of 200kg/day
“• Minimum load capacity: 40 kg
• Maximum load capacity: 80 kg
• Nominal burning rate: 30-50 kg/hr (= 240-400kg range per 8hour day)