Trash Incinerator for Waste Management
Choosing A Trash Incinerator
Question: I need a trash incinerator to manage waste produced from my facility. We are in a remote location and would like something on-site to help with waste management. What are our options?
Answer: GEI Works has multiple trash incinerators to help with waste managment at your facility. Our Helios Incinerators are easy to use and are a much safer and are a more eco-friendly option than other alternatives, such as open pit burns. The main factor to consider when selecting a Helios trash incinerator is the burn rate (amount of waste per hour/day you will be incinerating), and the type of waste. All Helios Incinerators are made in the USA.
A Helios Solid Waste Incinerator has a dual chamber system that first incinerates waste in the primary chamber. As the burn occurs, gasses then move into the second chamber for secondary incineration. The Helios dual chamber incineration advantages:
- Dual Chambers (Primary and Secondary)
- Complete Control System
- Batch Loading in the Primary Chamber
- Emission Control in the Secondary Chamber
- Cleaner Emission Process
- Controlled Temperatures
- Easy to Use - No Training Required
Solid Waste Incinerator Burn Rates
Solid Waste Incinerators are each given a burn rate (lbs./hr.) and a BTU rate. The capacity burn rate is listed as a range. Individual rates will vary depending on the BTU values of your waste. When deciding which model trash incinerator you need, our team will ask questions regarding your waste type and the quantity.
Types of Incinerator Waste and Requirements
In order to select the correct trash incinerator for your requirements, you will need to determine which types of waste you need to incinerate. Each incinerator is sized according to the type and amount of trash being disposed.
Solid waste is typically classified in one of the following six types:
- Type 0: Trash (100% composition)
- Type 1: Rubbish (80% rubbish, 20% garbage)
- Type 2: Refuse (50% rubbish, 50% garbage)
- Type 3: Garbage (65% garbage, 35% rubbish)
- Type 4: Animal Solids & Organic Waste
- Type 5: Gaseous, Liquid or Semi-Liquid Wastes
- Type 6: Semi-Solid and Solid Wastes
Learn more about the different Types of Waste and their corresponding BTU values.
External Incinerator Requirements
Each solid waste incinerator will typically have both an electrical and fuel requirement in order to run the system. Depending on the size of your unit, different options may be required.
Standard Incinerator Models:
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