incinerator small to medium waste dispossal

Carburant Diesel
Capacité (M3) 1.92
Ave Capacity 1200kg
Consommation (litre/heure 12
Dimension externes
Longueur (mm) 3110
Largeur (mm) 2150
Hauteur (mm) 3200
Ouverture Porte 1000×2000
Dimension internes
Longueur (mm) 2200
Largeur (mm) 1050
Hauteur (mm) 800
Opération. incinerator small to medium waste dispossal for about 150-200 municipal waste from shopping mall, office and residential.

The waste most consist of vary materials plastics, rubber, paper, grass, leaves, woods, fruits, packaging carton, and many others

Minimum température d’opération 950
Maximum température d’opération 1320
Température de suivi oui
Thermostat oui
Ventilateur oui
Chambre de combustion secondaire 2 secs
garantie minimum 12 mois
Carburant Diesel
Capacité (M3) 1.18
Ave Capacity 750 kg
Consommation (l/h) 6
Dimension externes
Longueur (mm) 3110
Largeur (mm) 1800
Hauteur (mm) 3300
Ouverture Porte 770×2000
Dimension internes
Longueur (mm) 2100
Largeur (mm) 700
Hauteur (mm) 800
Opération. incinerator small to medium waste dispossal for about 150-200 municipal waste from shopping mall, office and residential.

The waste most consist of vary materials plastics, rubber, paper, grass, leaves, woods, fruits, packaging carton, and many others

Minimum température d’opération 950
Maximum température d’opération 1320
Température de suivi oui
Thermostat oui
Ventilateur oui
Chambre de combustion secondaire secs
garantie minimum 12 mois.a small animal crematorium, styles and prices

Sudan Medical waste Treatment Scheme

•    A burn rate of 25 – 30kg/hr.
•    Consists of two chambers to ensure significant reduction of emissions and be capable of temperatures in the range of 800-1000˚c.
•    Incinerator must be of a low maintenance design, be diesel fuelled and need no more than 15 amp 220-250 V power. KW consumption per hour should be stated.
(1)  What  are  main  differences  between  medical  incinerators:    YD-10C  and  TS10(PLC)?
(2)  After  combustion,  the  medical  waste  becomes  smoke?  Without  smell?  No  pollution?
(3)  What  should  we  do  to  release  the  smoke?    Prepare  a  pipe  to  direct  the  smoke  to  factory  outside?
(4)  Any  operation  guide  for  reference,  we  worry  that  it’s  difficult  to  operate?
•    The incinerator should also be able to run off a generator.
•    The incinerator should have option of tank and should use no more than 12L of diesel fuel per hour to burn 25- 30kg of waste.options for medical waste incineration for Kabul, Afghanistan
•    Design must be such to minimize risk to operators and have a simple start sequence to minimize operator training and skills
•    Solid waste reductions in the range of 90 – 97% should be routinely achieved.a central thermal treatment station in the city of Khartoum (9 million inhabitants) we started with two units of autoclave that treat up to 18 tons a day so far, and looking forward to add an incineration plant/s to serve for medical, pharmaceutical, and hazardous waste.

Afterburner Preheat Incinerator


Heavy-duty steel casing

High quality refractory lining and insulation Large full size top load counterbalanced door
1 x oil/gas fired ignition burners operated on/off


Heavy-duty steel casing

High quality refractory lining and insulation 2 second gas residence time
1 x oil/gas fired ignition burners operated on/off


Heavy-duty stainless steel casing


Control of primary and secondary burners Temperature Monitoring with 4 digit display Thermostat control device for burner (fuel saver) Timer control 0- 12 hours

Integral fan timer control

Technical Specifications


900kg (1.35m³)

Burn Rate

Avg Ash Residue

Avg Fuel Consumption p/hr

Min. Operating Temperature    950°C
Max. Operating Temperature    1320°C
Residency Time in Secondary Chamber    2 Seconds
Temperature Monitoring    YES


Operating and maintenance manuals Spares list


•Afterburner Preheat

•Incineration temperatures in excess of 1300°C

•5mm steel casing and fully insulate

•Dense refractory concrete lining rated to 1600°C

incinerator for medical waste


Primary and secondary burners: Separate electrically spark-ignited primary burners and secondary burners with automatic control shall be used to achieve the specified temperature requirements in the primary and secondary chambers. The flames  of the primary and secondary burners shall not impinge on the incinerator walls or floor.
The primary combustion chamber must:

1.    Be accepted as the primary combustion zone.
2.    Be equipped with a burner/s burning gas/fuel or low sulphur liquid fuels.
Other combustion methods will be judged on merits.

3.    Ensure primary air supply is controlled efficiently

Ensure minimum exit temperature is not less than 850oC

Air supply: Air supply in the primary and secondary chamber should be regulated between 30%-80% and 170%- 120% of stoichiometric amount respectively. Suitable flow measurement devices shall be provided on the primary and secondary air ducting. The combustion air shall be supplied through a separate forced draft fan after accounting for the air supplied through burners.The secondary combustion chamber must:

1.    Be accepted as secondary combustion zone.
2.    Be fitted with secondary burner/s burning gas or low sulphur liquid fuel or any suitable fuel.

3.    Ensure secondary air supply is controlled efficiently.

4.    Ensure flame contact with all gases is achieved.

5.    Ensure residence time is not less than two (2) seconds.
6.    Ensure the gas temperature as measured against the inside wall in the secondary chamber & not in the flame zone, is not less than 1100oC.

7.    Ensure the oxygen content of the emitted gases is not less than 11%.
Ensure both primary and the combustion temperatures are maintained until all waste has been completely combusted

lnsulation: lnsulation to be used for masonry, reinforced concrete, or non-combustible material shall prevent damage to the foundation from excessive heat and shall be of a thickness to limit the outer casing to a maximum temperature of 66°C in an ambient temperature of 21°C when the incinerator is operating at full capacity.

Refractory: Refractory shall be #super duty# and heat-resistant to a minimum of 1100°C in the primary chamber and 1250°C in the secondary chamber. Refractory shall also be abrasion resistant in the prlmary chamber, constructed of plastic or castable type refractory, designed to prevent bulging and destruction due to heat stress, capable of supporting more than twice the hourly burning rate and preventing leakage of fluids, and with a minimum thickness of 11O mm for walls and hearths


Dual-chamber controlled air incinerator or dual- chamber pyrolytic incinerator

Types of incinerator design acceptable: Dual-chamber controlled air incinerator or dual- chamber pyrolytic incinerator

Materials of construction: The incinerator shall not have any asbestos, asbestos-containing substances, mercury thermometers, and mercury switches. Refractory materials shall be able to meet relevant standards under ISO TC33 and CEN/TC    187.Waste feed system into the combustion chamber batch or continuous loading: For continuous loading, the automatic charging ram or auger feed system shall be capable of injecting small amounts of waste at frequent intervals and should be able to prevent waste from being fed when the combustion chamber temperature is less than 850°C. In addition, the waste feed should only be able opened at or below 50°C in an ambient temperature of 21°C.Primary combustion chamber: Shall be constructed with a casing (reinforced to withstand internal pressures without deflection or damage to the refractory or other components) supported by a structural frame and provided with refractory lining and insulation
Access doors, openings, and gaps: All access doors, openings, and gaps shall be sealed to prevent emission of smoke and exhaust gas and to block admission of air during incinerator operations. Doors exposed to flame or direct heat of combustion gases shall be lined with the same type and thickness of refractory lining and insulation as that used in the combustion chamber

Grate system for the primary chamber Moving grate, traveling grate, reciprocating grate, or rotating drum grate

Primary combustion chamber temperature # 850°C with no cold spots

Secondary combustion chamber: Shall be constructed with an exterior casing (reinforced to withstand internal pressures without deflection or damage to the refractory or other components) and provided with refractory lining and insulation

Secondary combustion chamber temperature 1100°C or higher

Secondary combustion chamber residence time # 2 seconds after the last injection of air in the secondary chamber

a DUCK farm incinerator

a DUCK farm incinerator, we need to buy a medium size incinerator for biological waste, more specific DUCKS.a pet crematorium in ireland.Equipment Double chamber medical infectious waste incinerator Capacity 10-30 kg per hour Characteristics of waste
Mainly syringes and needles from immunization routine and campaign activities. However, the following average characteristics are considered*:

heating value above 2000 kcal/kg (8370 kJ/kg); content of combustible matter above 60%; content of non combustible solids below 5%; content of non-combustible fines below 20%; moisture content below 30% by weight

Combustion performance: The medica waste incinerator shall be capable of reducing waste to ash not exceeding 10% of the total combustible charges.

Outdoor installation. The medical waste incinerator will be installed outdoors.    All incinerator components shall be suitable for but not limited to outdoor shaded installation, including electric motors, be resistent to corrosion, moisture and related weather elements.

could you please forward me some information. a suitable Incinerator for Incineration of oil, plastic hazardous waste, sludge waste, hazardous filters etc.

installation of waste disposable incinerator system

installation of waste disposable system in airport.Incinerator with oil burner
Capacity  2 ton/day, Oil tank 300 l  Oil pump 0.4Kw , Burner 0.2Kw
Model : YD Series
Country of Origin : ITALY.-          Diesel incinerator.

–          25Kg/h. It will have mainly paper, cardboard and food, though also it will incinerate medical waste. So the incinerator shall be able to handle organic and hazardous waste.

–          Spare parts for one year.Burning Capacity: 400kg/ Hr ( Maximum Combustion time is 6 times/ Day)
Chimney External Diameter: not more than 400mm
Fan Power: must not exceed 1.1kw
Voltage: 220V
Oil Consumption: Must not exceed 14kg/hr
Feeding Door Width: not less than 1000x1300mm
Incineration Temparature: 800 Degree or above
CO- Must not exceed 100mg/m3
SO2- Must not exceed 400mg/m3
HF( Hydrogen Flouride)- Must not exceed 9mg/m3
NO2- Must Not exceed 500mg/m3
Smoke Dust: Must Not exceed 100mg/m3

–          The design should prevent any release of polluting substances into soil, surface water and groundwater.

–          Combustion zone has to reach at least 860 degrees under the most adverse conditions with at least 6% oxygen. Since it will treat hazardous and organic waste, temperature has to reach at least 1100 degrees for at least 2 second.

–          Flue gases must be cooled to 200 degrees or lower before flue gas treatment. The flue gas cleaning equipment maust be at least two-field electrostatic precipitator/ESP, dust <30mgNm3.

–          Thermal efficiency not less than 85%.

–          It should be equipped with filter to reduce and contain pollutants from organic and medical waste.

–          Easy to operate for almost unskilled workers.


A flue chimney, 15,000mm long and 560mm diameter shall be constructed from steel sheet, complete with lagging, damper and rain water protection cone.  The chimney shall be lined with castable grade diatomaceous concrete mixed with high alumina cement in accordance with BS 4076: 1989.

The damper will control the closing of the door to not less than 85%.  The stack is to allow fresh air at the stock’s base so that the flue gases are discharged at not move then 4000 C and that the discharge conforms to the British Clean Air Act, the National Environment Management Agency (NEMA) Act or other relevant acts. .


The sub-contractor shall supply equipment which are suitable for running on a 415V, 3 phase, 50HZ or 240V, single phase, 50HZ electric power supply.


The system shall consist of a bulk oil storage tank, daily tank, transfer hand fuel pump and associated pipe work.  Oil from the bulk storage tank will be delivered to a high level daily tank situated in the incinerator room by use of a transfer hand pump and automatic electric pump.


The tenderer is to submit with his tender a list of recommended initial stock of spares together with their prices.  A part from the burner spares mentioned here below, the spares prices are not to be included in the main summary of prices schedule but is to be separate and are meant to be ordered later if and when it becomes necessary and convenient to the client.  The burner spares whose prices are to be included in the main summary of prices schedule (BQ) are:-

i)     1No. Set of safety controls
ii)    1No. Solenoid valve
iii)    1No. Oil ignition system
iv)    2No. Photo-electric cells

Two sets of operating and maintenance manuals (both for the incinerator and burners) must also be supplied. This include two sets of control schematic diagrams for all the controls and wiring.


The bulk oil storage tank nominal capacity of 10,200 litres and complying with BS 799 part 5: 1975 shall be positioned on three concrete cradles.

The works shall include supply, delivery, assembling, erection, testing, commissioning and setting to work.  The tank is to be of welded mild steel type with a design pressure of  40KN/m2 and storage temperature of 240  C.  It is to be located adjacent to the incinerator and boiler house.

The tank shall be cylindrical with dished end and be constructed of 6mm thick block mild steel plates in accordance with BS 1966.  Number one quality galvanised materials shall not be used.Welded construction parts shall be sprayed.


The tank shall be pressure tested with a total head of water or equivalent, measured from the base of the tank, and equal to 1½ times the sum of:

(i)     The height of the tank and
(ii)    The design head above the top of the tank that is 3.5m of water.

The pressure shall be raised slowly and steadily until the specified test pressure is reached and that pressure shall be maintained for a period long enough to permit a thorough examination to be made to ensure that the tank is sound enough and shows no leaks or undue distortion.  Welded joints shall be radiographed and a certificate issued.  Should any defects be found, they shall be made good and the test procedure repeated until the tank is certified to be sound.  The tests shall be carried out in the presence of the Engineer and subsequently, the sub-contractor will provide the Engineer with the test certificate.

The tank shall then be cleaned externally and provided with rust inhibiting primer before applying 2No. coats of bituminous paint.  The inside shall also be cleaned and purged of any foreign matter before setting to work.

Ladders and platforms shall be thoroughly cleaned and freed from rust and scale and painted with a priming coat of approved paint.

The tank shall be provided with the following:-

(i)    450mm bolted inspection covers with liquid and vapour tight joint made with a gasket of fuel resistant materials.
(ii)    75mm (3”) vent socket screwed B-SP and pipe at the higher end of the tank with an unloading device to prevent the rise in tank pressure above the design pressure.  The vent pipe shall be free from bends and shall have a continuous rise while being as short as convenient.  It shall terminate in open air in a position where it cannot be tampered with.  The open end shall be turned down and fitted with an open mesh wire cage.
(iii)    65mm diameter filling pipe with hose coupling connection
(iv)    50mm diameter gauging connection with lockable cap.
(v)     50mm diameter supply pipe
(vi)     25mm diameter water drain-off value

The tenderer shall supply hydrostatic oil contents gauge (level indicator) or a
properly calibrated stick (of dip tape) and access ladder to the top of the tank.

The filling pipe shall be extended inside the tank to within 150mm of tank bottom,
complete with anti-siphoning device.

The following information shall be permanently and clearly marked on the tank on the
centre line near the outlet connection.

•    Gross capacity in litres
•    Test pressure
•    Date of test
•    Maximum allowable working pressure
•    Manufacturer’s name of trade mark
•    Year of manufacture
•    The number of British standard and type of tank

The tank shall be installed with a 25mm fall towards the water drain-off tapping point.  The supply socket shall be extended inside the tank to prevent ingress of water in the supply line.  The main contractor shall construct tank supports and bund walls to detail drawings produced by the sub-contractor.  A valued drain off from the lowest part of the tank shall be provided complete with tail pipe and a provision for hose connection.



A semi rotary hand pump shall be provided for filling the day storage tank from the oil drum.  It shall be installed complete with all the necessary plumbing fittings and accessories.


A daily storage tank of nominal capacity 1,800Litres shall be mounted at 2.5 metre high level in the incinerator room.   Tank shall be manufactured from 6mm thick pressed steel plates of 1220mm x 1220mm black mild steel sheet, complete with bolted cover and adequate venting.  The tank shall conform to BS 799 part 5 1995 and be provided with a contents sight tube. The tank shall be lagged with 50mm thick fibre glass insulation of 0.4W/m2 thermal conductivity and finished with 20SWG galvanized sheets cladding.

The tank shall be tested for any leaks of which if any is detected will be made good before the tank is painted externally with rust inhibiting paint. Tank to be securely bolted.


All pipework used in the oil storage systems shall be to B.S. 1387 heavy grade.  Joints shall be screwed, and sufficient unions must be provided to allow easy dismantling the equipment.

A 25mm diameter fire valve of the quick action lever operated dead weight type shall be installed, in the oil flow line.  This shall be held in the open position by a light gauge steel cable attached to a fusible link.  The fusible link shall be mounted directly over the burner.  The warm burner oil feed pipe from the high level day tank shall be heated by an electric tracing tape properly wrapped around the pipe.  The pipe shall then be insulated with 25mm thick fibre glass insulation and finished with gauge 22swg galvanized steel sheet.

The supply pipe from the bulk oil storage tank to the high level day has been installed by others but the tenderer shall allow for connection to the high level day tank.  The tenderer shall also supply and install high capacity strainers along the supply pipe and the burner feed pipe.


The variety and type of supports shall be kept to a minimum and their design shall be such as to facilitate guide and secure fixing to match concrete masonry or wood.

Consideration shall be given when designing supports to the maintenance of desired pipe fall and the restraining of pipe movements to a longitudinal axial direction only.

The sub-contractor shall supply and install all steel work forming part of pipe support assemblies and shall be responsible for making good any damage to builders work associated with builders work installation.

Pipe runs shall be secured by clips connected to pipe hangers, wall brackets or trapeze type supports.  ‘U’ bolts shall not be used for clips without prior approval of the Engineer.

The sub-contractor shall submit his entire proposal for the pipe supports to the Engineer for approval before any erection work commences.


All wiring between items, plant and controls shall be executed by the tenderer. The tenderer shall provide adequate supervision to ensure that electrical connections are correctly made to all items of equipment and controls supplied by him, all to the Project Manager’s / Engineer’s satisfaction.



The tenderer shall test and commission the incinerator in the presence of the Engineer.The tenderer shall also provide sufficient oil to last at least two (2) hours.  The tenderer shall test and commission the incinerator in the presence of the Engineer and verify that the incinerator is functioning according to the specifications laid here-in and in the catalogues and manuals from the suppliers of he incinerator.The incinerator performance test shall be carried out in accordance to BS3316: part 4:1987.Should any defect be detected, it shall be rectified and the testing process repeated to the Project Manager’s satisfaction.


Proceed and procure and install as below;

Print fire instruction on the Perspex plate, 3mm thick with White Colour
Background measuring 510mm lengthx380mm width as follows;