Nanjing Clover Medical Technology Co.,Ltd.
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Regular model incinerator for market with burning rate from 10kgs to 500kgs per hour and we always proposal customer send us their require details, like waste material, local site fuel and power supply, incinerator operation time, etc, so we can proposal right model or custom made with different structure or dimensions.
Incinerator Model YD-100 is a middle scale incineration machine for many different usage: for a middle hospital sickbed below 500 units, for all small or big size family pets (like Alaskan Malamute Dog), for community Municipal Solid Waste Incineration, etc. The primary combustion chamber volume is 1200Liters (1.2m3) and use diesel oil or natural gas fuel burner original from Italy.
incinerator for medical waste
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ENGINE OF INCINERATION
CAPACITY OF INCINERATION 30KG / H
1. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS:
The incinerator for medical waste must be designated for the destruction of all types of waste produced by the Center for Health (waste type hospital, clinic, medical laboratory for destructive capacity of 30kg / h) .
Pyrolytic gasification combustion control shall:
? Prevent development of black smoke and dust formation tine loading of waste;
? Provide regular and complete combustion of the waste;
? Provide controlled guaranteeing the absence of color, cloud of smoke or burning odor;
? Allow limited fuel consumption
The incinerator with pyrolytic combustion must have:
– Chamber strong steel support legs sheet;
– The lining is made of refractory bricks and a thermal insulation ensuring a minimum temperature of the sheet;
– The sole combustion is composed of a refractory lining specially designed to meet the thermal, mechanical and corrosive liquid waste requirements and molten glass;
– The dimensions of the floor are equipped laterally primary air nozzles that fuel combustion;
– The hearth is equipped with a stirring system of waste combustion is controlled switch;
– The recovery operation of the ashes will take place once a day line before starting the day’s operation.
Composition of the refractory lining:
– Operating temperature: 1000 ° C max
– Nature: Calcium Silicate
– Thickness: 80 mm
– Operating temperature: 1650 ° C max
– Nature: Refractory bricks with 42 alumina
– Thickness: 110mm
– The combustion chamber is equipped with a burner to line to ensure correct temperature for the total destruction of waste combustion;
– Automatic monobloc burner and flame plunge equipped with an electronic ignition system and permanent ventilation.
– A primary air and secondary air fan provides the necessary oxygen delivery
– There is a motor operated valve that controls the flow according to the combustion.
– The pressure of the fan is 500 mm CE to pierce the mass of waste during combustion.
b. Post – combustion chamber:
– Treat the gas has a minimum temperature of 1100 ° C with a minimum residence time of two seconds the afterburner is to;
– A secondary air injection is expected and provides perfect oxygen content;
– The burner ensures a minimum temperature of 1100 ° C continuous;
– The design of this burner is similar to combustion burners;
– The afterburner is equipped with access doors in order to ensure regular cleaning of dust;
– The afterburner is lined with high thermal insulation with a thickness of 150 mm
c. Cabinet, control and regulation:
– The entire installation will conform to European standards (EU)
– The electrical power is 220V 50Hz single phase.
– Regulators of temperature with digital display:
? 1 to regulate the temperature of the combustion chamber
? 1 for controlling the temperature of the afterburner
? The manual controls are provided on each item.
2. PRODUCT DIMENSIONS
Destructive capacity 30 Kg / hour
Operation 12h/24, 6d / 7
Fuel diesel oil
Chimney Height: 5m, Diameter: 280mm
Volume of combustion
chamber Combustion: 0.3 m3
Post combustion: 0.2m3
Mixed combustion chamber: 0.3m3
900 ° C
1100 ° C
Fan power 0.37 kW
small scale medical waste incinerator
Toxic and dangerous wastes,
Medical pharmaceutical and hospitable liquids Wastes
Electric and electronic wastes
In General, all type of wastes and garbages
Combustion supporting materials
Coal oil, diesel oil
Index of let smoke and waste gas
Ringelman’s smoke index＜ level 1
small scale medical waste incinerator Requirements
Incombustible and explosive materials not allowed in
Two combustion cabinets (wetness drying, high temperature dust removal)
Combustion / Burner
Good Quality made in Italy
Good Quality made in China
Good Quality made in China
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medical waste incinerator for sale
Waste type: health care waste
Waste density: 125 to 350Kg/M3
Waste calorific value: 4000KCAL/kg
Moisture content: 10 – 25%
Estimated ash residue: 5 – 10%
Nominal capacity: 50kg/hr batch load
Secondary chamber: 2 seconds@850?C
Environmental: NEMA ACT (EMCA) 1999, Waste Management regulations, 2006
Primary Combustion chamber:
The primary combustion chamber is the main structure of the incinerator, fabricated from mild steel plate and stiffened with rolled steel sections.
It is carried from the floor level on a substantial steel support frame. Internally the shell is lined with calcium silicate insulation and a hot face combination of super duty brickwork or high strength castable.
The primary combustion chamber must ensure minimum exit temp is not less than 850?C.
One Manual Load Incinerator comprising:
Manual loading door
Horizontal solid hearth, refractory lined primary combustion chamber. Approx. dimensions 800x2100mm(DxL)
Full sized bulk load/ash removal door
1 off diesel-fired ignition burner – temperature controlled
1 off combustion air supply fan and distribution system, automatic control
High capacity secondary combustion chamber with residence time not less than 2 seconds @>850?C
1 off diesel-fired afterburner – temperature controlled
Control panel – automatic operation
Temperature indication primary and secondary chambers 0-1200?C
Refractory lined flanged chimney to a height of 10M above ground level
NB: The secondary combustion chamber must ensure that the gas temp as measured against the inside wall in the secondary chamber & not in the flame zone, is not less than 1100?C
Throughput: 50kg/hr at a nominal calorific value of 4,000kca/kg and an average bulk density of 120kg/m3 for general waste and 160kg/m3 for health care waste.
Ash: The waste will be reduced by 90~95% to leave 10-5% ash
Quality/Environmental Standards: NEMA ACT (EMCA) 1999, BS3316
Operating period: anticipated daily operating period 8 hours
Maximum operating period: 12 hours
Chamber: should be refractory lined to the following standard;
Hearth and lower section of chamber walls
Hot face material:
Super duty firebrick
Limiting continuous service limit 1500?C
Thermal conductivity: 1.3W/mk
Limiting continuous service limit 1000?C
Thermal conductivity: 0.095W/mk
Chimney/Stack: Should be manufactured from refractory lined mild steel or high quality air-cooled s/s.
The chimney/stack should have a minimum height of 10m above ground level
Ignition burners: fully packaged oil type, complete with electric ignition and flame failure controls, wired with continuous running fan and complete with all valves, fan and motor.
Maximum rating: at least 450kW/hr
Burner: arranged for on/off operation
Maximum consumption: at least 6Ltrs/hr
Average consumption: at least 3Ltrs/hr
fully packaged oil type, complete with electric ignition and flame failure controls, wired with continuous running fan and complete with all valves, fan and motor.
Maximum rating: at least 450kW/hr
Burner: arranged for on/off operation
Maximum consumption: at least 9Ltrs/hr
Average consumption: at least 4.5Ltrs/hr
Flue gas treatment: should have particulate remover (scrubbers)
Electrical supply: single phase: 220/240VAC; 50/60Hz
medical waste incinerator for sale Operation manual: 2 sets
Service/maintenance manual: 2 sets
Certification: NEMA (or other recognized) certification
Capacity to service equipment: the agent/supplier shall have adequate facilities, spare parts, consumables and qualified skilled technical staff.
Training: the Agent shall conduct a two days incinerators training after installation and commissioning of the equipment.
The Agent shall conduct a two days operation & maintenance training to the Biomedical engineering personnel after installation & commissioning of the equipment.
1. SCOPE OF WORK The work specified in the contract will include.
1. Supply, install and commission an incinerator as provided in the technical specifications
2. Provision for adherence to OSHA and other statutory requirement relating to Health and Safety of workers during execution of the works covered in this tender.
3. Assessment and preparation and construction of a standard incinerator shed with one waste storage room ( see the design )
4. Provision of operation and maintenance manuals and drawings complete with maintenance schedule and instructions.
5. Fuel oil storage tank- Mild steel1500 liters capacity
6. Onsite training for operation and maintenance staff.
incinerator manufacturers To enable the Employer undertake conclusive evaluation of the tender, tenderers are requested to submit with their offers the detailed specifications, drawings and catalogues with commissioning and maintenance instructions for the Incinerator they intend to supply, install and commission. Tenderers who fail to comply with this requirement fully shall have their tenders rejected. 2. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF THE REQUIRED INCINERATOR
2.1 General Description
The plant must have four distinct sections that demonstrate three principles of turbulence, residence time and temperature retention. The regulated sections may include but not limited to:
1. Overall plant layout
2. Feed chamber/charging
3. Primary combustion chamber
4. Particulate scrubbers
5. Acid gas scrubbers.
6. The stack/chimney.
7. Minimum capacity of primary chamber = 0.18 cubic metres
8. Burn rate (rate of waste incineration) = a least 20 kg per hour
9. Should have a full width counterbalance loading door allowing easy access to the main chamber for loading and removing ash.
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2.2 Feeding and Charging
Controlled hygienic mechanical feeding that does not negatively influence the air temperature in the primary and secondary chambers of the incinerator shall be used.
2.3 Primary Combustion Chamber.
a) This chamber should be equipped with burners that use low sulphur fuel.
b) The chamber should ensure a minimum exit temperature of 850 degrees centigrade.
2.4 Secondary Combustion Chamber (After burner)
a) Should be fitted with burners that use low sulphur fuel.
b) Ensure secondary air supply is controlled.
c) Ensure residence time is not less than two seconds.
d) Ensure that the gas temperature as measured against the inside wall in the secondary chamber and not in the flame zone is not less than 1100 degrees centigrade.
e) Ensure the emitted oxygen content of the emitted gases is not less than 11%
f) Ensure both primary and secondary combustion temperatures are maintained until all waste is completely combusted.
2.5 Particulate Removers
A mechanical particulate collector must be incorporated after secondary combustion chamber for removal of particulate pollutants entrained in the flue gas stream. The particulate collectors may include any of the following or a combination thereof:
a) Cyclone separator
b) Electrostatic precipitators
c) Fabric filters
l) The chimney should have a minimum height of 10 metres above ground level and clear the highest point of the building by not less than 3 metres for all roofs. The topography and height of adjacent buildings within 50 metres radius should be taken into account.
m) The chimney should be visible to the operator from the feeding area.
n) The minimum exit velocity should be 10 metres per second and at least twice the surrounding wind speed (Efflux velocity = wind speed x 2) whichever is higher to ensure no down washing of exiting gases.
o) The point for measurement of emissions shall be provided.
a) Instrument for determining the inside wall temperature and not burner flame temperature must be provided for both primary and secondary chambers.
b) An audible and visible alarm must be installed to warn the operator when the secondary chamber temperature drops to below the required temperature.
c) A carbon monoxide and oxygen meter/recorder should be provided
d) A smoke density meter/recorder should be provided.
e) A solid particulate meter/recorder should be provided.
f) Any other instrument that may be considered necessary.
2.9 Emission Limits
a) Combustion efficiency (C.E) shall be at least 99.00% where C.E = %Carbon dioxide x 100 / [% Carbon dioxide + carbon monoxide]
b) The temperature of the primary chamber shall be 800 +/- 50 degrees centigrade
c) The secondary chamber gas residence time shall be at least 1 second at 1050 +/- 50 degrees centigrade with 3% oxygen in the stack gas.
d) Opacity of the smoke must not exceed 20% viewed from 50 metres with naked eyes.
e) All the emission to the air other than steam or water vapour must be odourless and free of mist, fume and droplets.
f) A 99.99% destruction and removal efficiency (DRE) for each principal organic hazardous constituent (POHC) in the waste feed where DRE [ ( Win – Wout) /Win ] x 100 where Win = mass feed rate of the POHC in the waste stream fed to incinerator and Wout = mass emission rate of POHC in the stack prior to the release to the atmosphere.
g) The average dioxin and furan concentration in the emission should not exceed 80mg/m3 total dioxins and furans if measured for a period of 6 to 16 hours.
– Manual technical monitoring is shipped with the hardware with all explanations of failures and resolutions
Capacity/island : 4000 kg/day ; 25000 kg/day ; 31000 kg/day ; 48000 kg/day
Burning temperature – over 12000C
Two chambers – minimum
Emissions – dioxin and heavy metaly – better then Kyoto protocol
Emission – monitoring system
Waste unloiding – directly from waste track to incinerator
medical incinerator manufacturer
1.The double chamber incinerator shall preferably be designed. Air supply in the primary and secondary chamber shall be regulated between 30%-80% and 170%-120% of stoichiometric amount respectively. Flow meter/suitable flow measurement device shall be provided on the primary and secondary air ducting. The combustion air shall be supplied through a separate forced draft fan accounting for the air supplied through burners. Provision shall be made in the primary chamber to measure the water column pressure.
2. Capacity : up to 4000kg burn not less than 500 kg /hr
3. medical incinerator manufacturer The refractory lining of the chamber shall be strong enough to sustain minimum temperature of 1000dc in the primary chamber and 1200 dc in the secondary chamber. The refractory& insulation bricks shall have minimum 115mm thickness each & conform to IS:8-1983 & IS:2042-1972 respectively.
4. The incinerator shell shall be made of SS/MS plate of adequate thickness (minimum 5mm) and painted externally with heat resistant aluminium paint suitable to withstand temp.of 250 dc with proper surface preparation. Refractory lining of the hot duct shall be done with refractory castable (minimum 45mm thick)& insulation castable(minimum 80mm thick). Ceramic wool shall be used at hot duct flanges & expansion joints.
5.There shall be a separate burner each for the primary & secondary chamber. The heat input capacity of each burner shall be sufficient to raise the temp.in the primary & secondary chambers as 800+/- 50dc and 1050+/-50dc respectively within maximum of 60 minutes prior to waste charging. The burners shall have automatic switching off/on control to avoid the fluctuations of temperatures beyond the required temp.range.
6.Incinerator shall have graphic or computer recording device which shall automatically and continuously monitor and record dates, time of day, batch sequential number,Co,Co2,O2 in gaseous emission shall also be measured daily.
7. Structural design of the chimney/stack shall be as per IS:6533-1989.The chimney/stack shall be lined from inside with minimum of 3mm thick natural hard rubber suitable for the duty conditions and shall also conform to IS:4682 part I-1968 to avoid corrosion to oxygen and acids in the flue gas.
8.The incinerator must have an emergency vent. The emergency vent shall remain closed ie. it shall not emit flue gaseous during normal operation of the incinerator.
9.Metal fuel tank from black steel (capacity not less than 2500 litres) and shall be installed at the incinerator Room. The tank shall be provided with all necessary fittings including fill, vent, drain and overflow line, level indication and access for inspection and maintenance. Level switches shall be provided for the following services.
(a) Low level alarm
(b) High level alarm
(c) Low level start of transfer pump
(d) High level stop of transfer pump
10.A ready built fabricated room shall be supplied for housing the incinerator. The room will be designed in such a way that free space is available on all sides and heat radiation kept at minimum and giving the operators an easy workable environment and ventilation. The materials will be sufficient structural thickness of mild steel angles neatly coated with metal primer and epoxy paint to withstand sea corrosion
– effectiveness for the treatment of placenta? and expired or spoiled drugs, cytotoxic and cytostatic drugs prescribed: narcotics eg
– Does it allow to treat drug or waste containing glass (whatever color: transparent or colored white) without causing explosions?
– The ability of the liquid waste treatment (blood, urine stained, other body fluids contaminated, regardless what volume packaging?
– The efficiency of process chemicals (after neutralization and detoxification: solids and liquids)
– Is there microbiological testing especially: the processing efficiency bascillus