When incinerating infectious or pathogenic waste, medical incinerators run the risk of creating harmful emissions of pollutants such as dioxins. This incinerator was designed specifically to decrease the amount of harmful emissions.
How Does this Incinerator's Emissions Compare?
To combat the problem of formed dioxins, this incinerator was designed for the controlled elimination of medical waste. In order to decrease the amount of dioxins formed, this incinerator is manufactured with a dual chamber and a constant exhaust temperature of more than 1000 degrees Celsius.Request a Quote
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The primary chamber of this incinerator cycles on and off when exit temperatures reach about 1025 degrees Celsius. The combustion gases from this process are then passed into the secondary chamber, which provides excess air conditions. This allows for a complete combustion of these materials, decreasing the amount of dioxides that are formed.
The chart below serves as a comparison chart allowing you to see where this incinerator matches up to other small Hospital/Medical/Infectious Waste Incinerators (HMIWI).
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