Low-cost medical waste incinerator

Items/Model

TS50A (PLC)

Principle

Waste Incineration

Waste Treatment

Medical Waste Incineration Treatment

Burn Rate

Average 50A kg/hour

Control Mode

PLC(Programmable Logic Controller Incinerator)

Combustion Chamber

700L

Internal Dimensions

110x80x80cm

Secondary Chamber

500L

Smoke Filter Chamber

Yes

Feed Mode

Manual

Voltage

220V 50Hz

Power

0.77Kw

Oil Consumption (kg/hour)

12.1–23.9

Gas Consumption (m3/hour)

9.9–26.1

Temperature Monitor

Digital Display

Temperature Protection

Yes

Oil Tank

200L

Feed Door

85x65cm

Chimney

10Meter

Chimney Type

Stainless Steel

1st. Chamber Temperature

800-1000

2nd. Chamber Temperature

1000-1200

Residency Time

2.0 Sec.

Gross Weight

5000kg

External Dimensions

260x150x280cm

Gasified incineration for burning medical

wastes.

 

Fuel type: Natural Gas

Burning Capability:

–     3050 kg/time

–     Daily 36 times

 

Incinerator size:  max 2000x1200x3200 mm

Burning room volume:

–     Gasification room max 0.7 m3,

–     Secondary burning room max 0.5 m3

Auto opening and closing of primary chamber door. iii. Hydraulic lifter with lifting 
capacity of minimum 500 kg load to lift waste trolley fixed by user for loading in incinerator.
Wet Scrubber / Gas Scrubber:
POF will arrange visit of EPA once or twice in year for checking of Emission gas standards 
and if same found not in limits within warranty period then firm will be responsible for same.  
POFs own department “Power House” will also carry Stack Analysis of emission gasses 
periodically and if any result found out of bound then firm will be responsible to rectify the fault.
Contracting firm will maintain, control and supervise incineration process, segregation of waste, 
periodic monitoring of exhaust gasses by EPA (As mentioned in Clause 11) for proper functioning 
and implementation of hospital disposal system. 
Contracting firm will also impart training to the hospital staff and conduct the workshops so that 
after complete handing over the system the hospital should have sufficient technical expertise and 
skilled persons competent to handle the infectious waste for its efficient disposal, duration of training 
will be two months. 
There should be thermal insulation of high performance calcium silicate (Density 230Kg.m-3)to withstand high temperature with flame spread/smoke index not more than 1.
Refractory and thermal insulation must be designed in robust way so that outer temperature on 
sheet does not rise above 5560 oC even after continuous operation of 12 hours.
Chamber be designed with capacity to load 100kg medical waste with volume at least 1.2m3 or 
more, chamber must have separate door for loading of waste and for removal of ash using manual ash removing tool.
Pyrolytic burning mechanism with burning temperature not below than 900 oC.
Blower Centrifugal fan (according to manufacturer design) will be provided to inject air for burning 
waste and gases in primary combustion chamber furthermore air regulation and distribution will 
be automatic and electronically controlled.
Chamber should have electrically operated natural gas burner.
According to the European Waste Incineration Directive, incineration Secondary Chambermust be 
designed to ensure that the flue gases reach a temperature of at least 1100 °C for 2 seconds in 
order to ensure proper breakdown of toxic organic substances. 
10 x Furnace Compatible glasses for incinerator operators. 
10 x Furnace Masks for Operators. 

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