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|Burn Rate (Average)||10 kg/hour||20 kg/hour||30 kg/hour||50 kg/hour||100 kg/hour|
|Feed Capacity(Average)||20kg||40kg||60kg||100kg||200 kg|
|Smoke Filter Chamber||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Oil Consumption (kg/hour)||5.4–12.6||7.8–16.3||10.2–20||12.1–24||14–28|
|Gas Consumption (m3/hour)||6.2–11.4||8–15.7||9.8–20||9.9–26.1||10–32.2|
|Chimney Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|1st. Chamber Temperature||800℃–1000℃||800℃–1000℃||800℃–1000℃||800℃–1000℃||800℃–1000℃|
|2nd. Chamber Temperature||1000℃-1200℃||1000℃-1200℃||1000℃-1200℃||1000℃-1200℃||1000℃-1200℃|
|Residency Time||2.0 Sec.||2.0 Sec.||2.0 Sec.||2.0 Sec.||2.0 Sec.|
The process of incineration provides the advantage of volume reduction as well as the ability to dispose of recognizable waste and sharps.
On site incinerators provide a quick and easy way of disposing medical waste. This is the most widely accepted and feasible method of
managing highly infectious waste.
The incinerator will be of the controlled air type, designed for (6-8) hour-day operations and rated at 75 kg per hour. The incinerator
plant will include the following:
Continuous loading using hydraulic ram feeder o Burners and fuel system
Controls and Instrumentation o Chimney and flue connections
Incinerator loader for loading hoppers or carts o Ash handling equipment
Waste weighing equipment
Wheeled 2.0m3 waste storage hoppers (number to be decided by hospital managers)
Incinerator building, including fire safety equipment
Provide sensors conforming to ISA MC96.1, Type K, in the combustion chamber or as otherwise directed, with a thermocouple suitable for
continuous operation and control at temperatures up to 1260 degrees C 2300 degrees F accurate to 0.75 percent, of sufficient length to be
inserted 150 mm 6 inches into the furnace. Provide the thermocouple with an adjustable flange and a high- temperature metal alloy, closed-
end, protecting tube suitable for insertion into the furnace without support of the projecting end. Supply thirty meters one hundred feet
of 1.52 mm 16- gauge compensating lead wire with a weatherproof braid for connecting the thermocouple to the instrument, so that the
installed unit indicates gas passage temperatures and controls burner operation.
The medical waste to be disposed in the incinerator is a mixture of paper, plastics, Type 4 waste, etc., and is of a widely varying nature
with a Btu content which may well exceed the usually reported value of 2,326,000 J/kg (1000 Btu per pound). Prior to developing final
design of the incinerator, detailed waste classification should be made, amounts of glass, metal, paper, plastics, organic, rubber, cloth,
wood, moisture, etc., in the waste and the variable joule (Btu) content.
The waste stream at each installation must be analyzed and the information should be utilized for the final design.
Provide an incinerator with a solid hearth in the primary combustion chamber where partial burning and conversion of the combustible
organic matter occurs, and a secondary combustion chamber that consumes the combustible gases and entrained combustible particles, with
gas-tight shell construction. Provide an incinerator suitable for indoor installation including totally enclosed electric motors, and
corrosion and moisture protection, and equipped for mechanical charging and operation. Incinerator shall be a complete package-type unit,
factory fabricated and assembled operating under negative air pressure and ready for attachment of all utility connections.
Provide an incinerator capable of burning typical medical waste including paper, plastics of various kinds, and a small fraction of Type 4