Incinerator for Medical Waste
Medical Waste Incinerators are an easy option for storing and disposing of infectious or pathological waste. Designed with a system capacity of 30-50 lbs/hr, these units work to dispose of medical waste from small offices, hospitals, clinics and other medical facilities.
Standard design of the medical incinerator includes two chambers. The primary chamber is located on the bottom of the unit and allows customers to load materials into the incinerator. The secondary chamber is located on top of the first and incinerates emissions from primary chamber. This creates a complete disposal system before exhaust exits the unit.
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|Medical Waste Incinerator Specifications|
|System Capacity||0.3 MMBtu/hr waste combustion
30-50 lbs/hr processing capacity for solid waste streams
|Batch Capacity||Approx. 9-10 cu. ft. per 4-6 hr. batch cycle|
|Fuel Requirements||25 gal Diesel or #2 Fuel Oil|
|Electrical Requirements||Single Point, 120 VAC, 25 amp|
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Who Can Use this Incinerator?
Medical Waste Incinerators are multi-purpose and require no previous training or knowledge to run the unit. Each model includes a completely automated control system that raises the temperature, adds in air and supports the incineration process as needed. All that is required is to load the waste into the chamber, close the door, and then turn the unit on. Once this switch has been activated, your materials will be safely incinerated. With this ease of use, incinerators have been used in several different facilities including the following:
- Small Hospitals, Clinics, and Blood Banks
- Physician and Dental Offices
- Psychiatric Facilities
- Health Agencies and Organizations
- Various Hospice Agencies
- Animal Cremation or Experimentation Facilities
- Disaster Relief Operations
What are the Benefits of These Incinerators?
- Minimal Training Required for Operation
- Easy Read and Operation Controls
- Pre-set Controls for Automatic Start Up and Shut Down
- Dual Chamber for Higher Emission Control
This incinerator for waste is commonly used by small medical facilities, laboratories disposing of waste, and facilities looking to get rid of horse or various other kinds of animal waste.
Wondering about the EPA Regulations for incineration? Check out our EPA Incineration Regulations Overview. Assembly and Operating Instructions for this Medical Incinerator are Available.