1. Burning Capacity
i. Incinerator should be capable to burn waste @ 100 kg / hr in single loading.
i. Packaged type skid mounted dual chamber construction
ii. Stainless steel or Mild steel outer with thickness 5mm or more, sheet should be painted with heat resistant and anti-corrosive paint.
iii. Internal surface of incinerator should be line with non– cracking refractory bricks made of ceramics or concrete to withstand the temperature of 1400 oC, furthermore bricks must be backed by thermal insulation and have thickness in between
iv. 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.
v. Refractory and thermal insulation must be designed in robust way so that outer temperature on sheet does not rise above 55–
60 oC even after continuous operation of 12 hours.
3. Primary Chamber
i. 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.
ii. Pyrolytic burning mechanism with burning temperature not below than 900 oC.
iii. 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.
iv. Chamber should have electrically operated natural gas burner.