It should  be  a three chambered incinerator 
The load capacity of 250 kg
The housing for the incinerator should be able to withstand the temperatures and other operational requirements.
The chimney should have a strong refractory lining of special type of cement to withstand temperatures more than 1200oc.
It should have a strong base for the machine to keep it stable, firm and secure during its operational lifespan.
The primary (combustion) and the secondary (scorching) chambers to be fitted with burners for effective combustion.
In the third chamber, scrubbers and precipitators will need to be installed as pollution control equipment before emission of gases into the 
A system for continuous emission Monitoring and Environmental Monitoring.
A mechanism with which to treat the waste water before discharge into the sewerage system.
Temperature control and monitoring devices (probe thermometer) should be availed to ensure that the right temperatures are attained in the 
chambers during operation.
Motor (fans) sufficient to induce enough air into the combustion chambers and direct the gases towards the flue 9 chimney).
High power electricity and emergency generator connection for automated ignition purposes.
The chimney should be tall enough and be at least one meter above the tallest building in the vicinity.
The fuel tank (industrial diesel) to be constructed next to but out side the incinerator housing for security purposes and to prevent fire 
hazards. Capacity of 250.
Other Requirements
Training of all the personnel involved in health care waste (HCW) management.
The Automatic Feeding system of the Incinerator
Automatic waste loading mechanism with conveyor belts. These will lead the waste into the first primary chamber.
An Automatic bottom ashes discharge system.

cytotoxic waste

Our interest is for disposing mainly cytotoxic waste, namely out of date or out of specifications cytotoxic pharmaceuticals. Other wastes for which we’d like to dispose along with the cytotoxic waste consists of out of date or out of specifications psychotropic pharmaceuticals (but not necessarily narcotics), sharps (needles) etc.

It is also very important for us to know if the unit is eligible to treat cytotoxic waste and also the characteristics and disposal of treatment residues. Moreover, operational needs in terms of energy and fuel consumption, as well as especially the off-gas treatment system applied, bear significant importance, as meeting the demands of Regulation 2010/75/EC is naturally necessary.

The quantity of disposal is about 100 kg per day as minimum. Bigger capacities up to 500-600 kg/d are also of great interest to us. Thus, please send us your proposal for both aforementioned daily capacities.

Multiple chamber incinerator

Description        Minimum Requirements
Design standard    Multiple chamber incinerator to the design of EPA  standards, Air pollution control
Description of the Chimney    Top mounted, self supporting
Incinerator performance    150kg/hr
Refuse     Hospital waste and carcasses
Recommended Temperatures    Minimum 1000⁰C
•    Length
•    Width
•    Height
•    Extra width for burners    At least 3000mm
Loading door opening    Minimum 700mm x 600mm
Hearth area    5.00square meters
Description or grate/hearth    A full hearth supplied to prevent contaminated liquids from flowing into the ash pit without being incinerated
Primary chamber volume    At least 3 cubic meters
Mixing chamber volume    At least 1 cubic meters
Settling chamber volume    At least 3 cubic meters
Weight excluding chimney    15, 000kg at manufacture
Firing tools supplied    Hoe, Poker and rake
Material of construction    •    Case – 5mm mild steel.
•    Bracing – Heavy angle and channel.
•    Hearth – 1550⁰C castable general purpose high strength, high abrasion resistant monolithic refractory concrete.
•    Ashing door – High grade cast iron.
•    Loading door – 5mm mild steel lined with 1550⁰C castable  general purpose high strength, high abrasion resistant monolithic refractory concrete.
Refractory  concrete:
•    Alumina content of refractory
•    Refractory thickness
•    Minimum 49%
•    At least 127mm.
Insulation  to walls     1000⁰C Castable insulation
Chimney stack:
•    Chimney
•    Height from base    •    3.5 mm mild steel
•    9 meters above ground level and clear the highest point of the building by not less than 3 meters
•    At least 560mm
•    At least 750Kg

Air supply


•    Barometric indicator, door operated draught limiter

•    Built-in forced heated air ducts, primary and secondary (intensifier)
•    Control panel – Circuit breakers, main switch, timer, pilot lights, 2 set point pyrometer and one set point pyrometer.
Electricity supply required    415 Volts Three phase.
Auxiliary  fuel    Electrically operated only
Emission     Multiple chamber design with inbuilt emission control
Paint: Case and stack    400⁰C Heat Resistant Grey
Temperature of case    100⁰C

Zero Waste dialogue under way downtown

Concerns that an industrial scale garbage incinerator might be built in Duke Point persuaded organizers of an international environmental conference to come to Nanaimo.

The Alternatives to Incinerators Landfills; Zero Waste International Alliance Conference and Dialogue started Thursday at the Coast Bastion Hotel. The annual conference attracts environmentalists from around the world, with an emphasis on science to reduce the carbon footprint of humans on the global environment.

“One of the issues our international committee was very concerned about (is) British Columbia seems to be the battlefield for zero-waste right now,” said Barb Hetherington, conference chairwoman and Gibsons resident.

Zero waste supporters have a global goal to end all disposal of solid waste in landfills or incinerators, through a combination of diversion, through the so-called three Rs — reducing, re-using and recycling items humans has buried or burned for centuries.

Reducing requires a long-term process of public education to change behaviours that led to waste of limited resources and pollution. Recycling is an incremental process that each community takes on.

Nanaimo residents already divert almost 70 per cent of their household waste from the regional landfill in Cedar, through recycling and composting.

But as communities get closer to 90 per cent diversion, it becomes increasingly difficult. Many products, such as running shoes and certain other manmade materials are not easily reused or recycled.

When incineration proponents suggest burning garbage to extract energy, the international Zero Waste community worries about what Hetherington calls “green-washing” of the brand of zero waste.

“B.C. is a very green province. We have an incinerator industry that’s really targeted British Columbia, so selling incineration as zero-waste and this is a Band-aid solution. It is a polluting solution. It has nothing to do with zero waste — it’s a disposal option.”

The three-day conference covers a range of topics around the theme of how to get closer to the zero waste target. Organizers acknowledge getting there won’t be easy, but say it’s achievable.

castable high quality refractory lining and incinerator shell

The incinerator shall have chimney, castable high quality refractory lining and incinerator shell, perforated blind for the primary and secondary combustion chambers and air circulation system.

The incinerator shall also have the following:-
•    Ash door
•    Primary and secondary burners and fans
•    Temperature indicator devices
•    Electrical wiring from the local isolator
•    FD fan
•    Air receiver
•    Air ductwork complete with air dampers
•    Pressure and temperature gauges
•    Fully wired control panel

The bulk oil storage tank shall have a capacity of 10,200 litres and be placed at 0.5m above ground on a firm concrete cradle, complete with the following:-
•    Drain pipe
•    Vent pipe
•    Oil level indicator
•    Access ladder to the top of the tank
•    Coating of the tank with at least 2No. coats of bituminous paint
•    Manhole cover complete with a gasket
•    Dip stick
•    Any other necessary accessory.


The daily oil tank of capacity 1,800 litres and size 1220x1220x1220mm pressed steel tank high shall be placed 2.5 metres high above finished floor level on a steel stand, firmly secured on the ground and the steel members to be bolted.  The daily oil tank shall have an oil level indicator, access manhole, washout, overflow, inlet and outlets connections and gate valves.

The interconnecting pipe of 50mm diameter between the two tanks shall be class ‘C’ black mild steel pipe, complete with a 50mm diameter strainer.  The burner fuel supply pipe from the daily tank shall be a 25mm diameter class ‘C’ black mild steel.

The following shall also be supplied
•    25mm diameter fire valve
•    25mm diameter high capacity strainer
•    heating tap along the burner supply pipe, 25mm diameter

The burner supply pipe shall have 25mm thick fibre glass insulation and finished with gauge 20SWG galvanised steel sheet.

The tenderer shall provide all the necessary controls for proper safety and satisfactory working of the installation.

1.1.1    BURNER

The burner shall be suitable for 35 sec redwood No. 1 scale fuel oil.  It shall be robust in construction and be manufactured in cast iron or other suitable materials complete with mounting plates.  It must be easily mountable and demountable for ease of cleaning and maintenance.  The burner shall have an adequate supply of oil which will readily ignite and burn in a safe manner.  Adequate provision shall be provided to prevent any solid matter in the oil, or any matter that may separate out from the oil from damaging any components or chocking of any orifices or valves.  The free filtering area should be sufficient to ensure that the filter does not need dismantling for cleaning more often than once a year. The burner shall have flame supervision by photo-electric cell with synchronous sequence controller for automatic start up, running and shut-down of the burner.

The burner shall have all the necessary controls e.g.Solenoid valves, ignition controls, photo electric cell fuel safety controls, low pressure fuel supply cut-off etc.

The burner shall conform to BS 799: part 3 and 6 1981 or any other relevant British standard.The burner shall be as NU-WAY models or equal and approved.

1.1.2    CONTROLS

The incinerator shall operate in an automatic manner with all the necessary controls.  These controls are to include safety elements such as flame failure unit, pilot lamps, fuses, starters, overload contactors, ON and OFF switches for burners and fans, combustion chamber temperature indicators for primary and secondary chambers etc.

i)     Electric ignition switch ‘ON’ before the oil is supplied
ii)    Delayed return to re-start position to allow purging
iii)    Re-start after temporary electric supply failure
iv)    Positive safety lock-out in case of flame failure from whatever cause.
v)    Red signal light on control panel to indicate safety lock out
vi)    Photo electric protective cell as flame failure device.

The controls shall be mounted on suitable control panel to be installed in a position easy to read and control from the charging door side of the incinerator.

The control panel shall be fabricated from anodized, 16SWG, mild steel sheet.

Medical Incinerator Ghana

Controlled air medical waste incinerator designed for incineration of bio-medical waste generated at a blood-processing center. The waste to be treated mainly includes bio-waste (i.e. bodily fluids), infectious and hazardous waste such as syringes, needles, and other medical waste (i.e. silicon rubbers, plastic, textiles, papers, packs, etc.)

1) Bidder or Manufacturer ISO 9001 Certified
2) Respecting international emission standards
Electrical characteristics
3) A 230V, 60Hz single-phase electrical source.
4) Protections against over-voltage and over-current line conditions.
5) Compliance with applicable Ghanaian standards and regulations.
Operational characteristics
6) Two-stage incineration with dual chamber combustion
7) Burn rate: 15 – 20 Kg/h
8) Capacity: not less than 130 L
9) Concentrations of most pollutants in stack gases below detection limits
10) Diesel fuel
11) Electronic system control
12) Easy to operate and minimal training
13) Any accessory or dedicated device necessary to the proper functioning and utilization of the equipment included


Specifications for Double Chamber Incinerator

The Model is for up to 300kgs capacity per batch load and will burn at around 55kgs per hour.
The unit has top loading design and has a heavy duty refractory cement lining for maximum heat retention. Unit have large top lid for easy loading, and specially designed front ash door, for ash removal.
This unit operates at over 1100°C in the primary chamber to ensure complete combustion. This model also benefits
from a heavy duty secondary chamber and burner which ensures a complete re-burn of any smoke and emissions and a 0.5 second gas retention time.
Burn rate    150kg/h minimum
Secondary Chamber    Yes
Gas Retention Time    2 seconds
Fuel    Diesel/LPG/LNG
Power Supply for Control Box    220V-240V 50Hz single phase
Minimum Operating Temperature    920˚C

Heavy-duty steel casing
High quality refractory lining and insulation
Large full size top load door and liquid retention sill
1 x diesel oil fired ignition burners operated on/off
Heavy-duty steel casing
High quality refractory lining and insulation
1 x diesel oil fired ignition burners operated on/off
Specifications for Double Chamber Incinerator:
Primary Combustion
The primary combustion chamber shall be accepted as the primary combustion zone.
The minimum combustion temperature of the primary chamber shall not be less than 800 degrees c
Secondary Combustion
The residence time in the secondary chamber shall not be less than 2 seconds
The gas temperature as measured against the inside wall in the secondary chamber ,not in the flame zone shall not be less than as indicated in Lot 1-7
Both the primary and secondary temperatures shall be maintained until all the waste has been completely combusted
The chimney shall have a minimum height of 4 metres above ground level
The minimum exit velocity of the emissions shall not be less than 10metres/second
Temperature Warnings
An audible and/or visible alarm to warn the operator when the secondary temperature drops to below the required temperature
Control box can be detached and mounted on separate stand of atleast 1.5metres from the incinerator at approximately 1.6 metre height
CE compliant or equivalent for incinerators of this size and model
Drawings and photos for the offered lots
1 year spare parts,fuel tanks and 10metre hose to come standard with every incinerator
Specifications for Mobile Incinerator Units
Trailer mounted mobile incinerator units suitable for the following applications
Medical waste
Domestic waste
Industrial waste
Animal cadavers
Heavy-duty stainless steel casing
1.5m length
0.6m refractory lined stack
Control of 1 burner
Timer control 0- 12 hours
Integral fan timer control
Temperature Monitoring
Thermostatic Control
Automatic Control
Cycle time set up
Operating and maintenance manuals
Spares list
incinerator fully installed inside of 10 ft ISO certified container
3,5 kwA electricity generator, 1000 litres fuel tank
Incinerator mounted on the silenblock cushion.

Incinerator Model TS10

Phone: +86-13813931455(whatsapp/wechat)

Nanjing Clover Medical Technology Co.,Ltd.

Incinerator Model TS10 PLC, Overview


This model Building is dual/double combustion Room with 02 Components oil burner, batch load incineration Gear. 








Burn Rate

Average 10 kg/hour

Feed Capacity

Average 20kg/feeding

Control Mode

Programmable Logic Controller(PLC) Panel

Combustion Chamber


Internal Dimensions


Secondary Chamber


Smoke Filter Chamber


Feed Mode






Oil Consumption (kg/hour)

typical 8.4kg/hour

Gas Consumption (m3/hour)

typical 10.1m3/hour

Temperature Monitor


Temperature Protection


Oil Tank


Feed Door



5 Meter

Chimney Type

Stainless Steel

1st. Chamber Temperature


Residency Time

2.0 Sec.

Gross Weight


External Dimensions


Combustion Chamber Volume (m3) 1.25m3
Gas Retention 2-3 Seconds
Operational Temperature Minimum 850°C for the primary chamber; min 1100
oC for the secondary chamber.
Metal Thickness 4mm
Average Ash Residue (%) 3%
Dimensions (l, w, h) 1.85m x 1.11m x 8.10m
Shipping Weight (kg) Up to 6 tonnes- anything less not acceptable
Fuel Consumption 13 – 18 liters per hour
Burn Rate* up to 100kg per hour
Thermostatic Device Included
Door Size (m) 0.64m x 0.54m minimum for ease of loading
Stack The chimney should have a minimum height of 10 meters above ground level and clear the highest point of the building by not less than 3 meters for all roofs. The topography and height of adjacent buildings within 50 meters radius should be taken into account. Point for the measurement of emissions shall be provided.
The addition of dilution air after combustion in order to achieve the requirement of these guidelines is unacceptable.
Diesel Tank A reinforced steel tank with a capacity of min 500 litres. The diesel tank shall come complete with a stand and connection valves.
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