MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE INCINERATORS

a specific type to use at a crematorium. Something that allows specifically for ash collection etc.cremation option to the deceased’s family. Is this product suitable, are ashes easily collected etc. a cremator, for pet clinic, could you introduce and all detail of sales, tax, environtment.-Plastic. 500Kg/hr and to be used maximum 6 times, is this means it will provide only 3 tons per day? Noting that project documents requires 10 tons/day
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Municipal incinerators with a 10-metric ton/24-hour capacity, complete with Stacks, control panels and all accessories, complying with 01015 par. 5.16.1
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Medical incinerator with a 10 kg/hour (15 lbs/hour) capacity shall be constructed on the site, complete with Stacks, control panels and all accessories , complying with 01015 par. 5.16.2
MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE INCINERATORS

Municipal waste incinerator quantities and capacities shall be designed for 24-hour 7-day-a-week continuous operation.

Incinerators shall be capable of processing both wet and dry material and operating on either diesel fuel, JP-8 fuel,

or waste oil; see Plumbing for fuel storage system requirements. The following shall be provided as a minimum:

Reinforced concrete mounting foundations, feed or charging hoppers (or loaders), primary combustion chambers

with ash cleanout doors, secondary combustion chambers with ash cleanout doors, cyclone air filters (or separators),

and forced air exhaust stacks (or chimneys).

The charging system shall consist of, as a minimum, a hopper for top feeding and mechanically operated hydraulic

charging ram or augur. To prevent warpage or excessive thermal expansion, a charger cooling system using either

air or water shall be provided.

Primary combustion chamber shall be either the rotary- or stationary fixed-hearth (or kiln) type incinerator. Burner

and combustion air controls shall be fully automatic comprising of, as a minimum, electronic ignition and all

necessary interlocks and safety devices to provide safe operation. The chamber and burner shall be designed to

maintain a minimum combustion temperature of at least 700 to 870 C (1300 to 1600 F), but shall not to exceed 980

C (1800 F). The ash-removal system shall consist of the automatic continuous removal of the ash into an ashquench

pit where cooled by water and removed by conveyor.

Secondary combustion chamber shall be either the rotary- or stationary-hearth (or kiln) type incinerator designed to

oxidize (or burn) the organic vapors and gases. Burner and combustion air controls shall be fully automatic

comprising of, as a minimum, electronic ignition and all necessary interlocks and safety devices to provide safe

operation. The chamber and burner shall be designed to maintain a minimum combustion temperature of at least

930 to 980 C (1700 to 1800 F), but shall not to exceed 1150 C (2100 F). The ash-removal system shall consist of, as

a minimum, the direct manual removal into a dry

Cyclone air filters shall be provided to remove the larger particulates. Cyclone air separators may be provided with

powered fans to increase the velocity of the gases inside the cyclone to improve the collection efficiency for smaller

particles.

5.16.2 MEDICAL WASTE INCINERATORS

Medical waste incinerators shall be specifically designed by the manufacturer to dispose of all medical wastes. All units shall be designed for 8 hours

per day of continuous operation and be rated in quantity per hour (i.e. kg/hr or lbs/hr).

Incinerator loading or charging of medical waste shall be batched-fed manually.

Primary combustion chamber shall be the stationary fixed-hearth (or kiln), multiple-chamber, retort type or larger

capacity rotary-hearth (or kiln) type. Burner and combustion air controls shall be fully automatic comprising of, as a

minimum, electronic ignition and all necessary interlocks and safety devices to provide safe operation. The

chamber and burner shall be designed to maintain a minimum combustion temperature of at least 760 to 870 C

(1400 to 1600 F). The ash-removal system shall consist of the automatic continuous removal of the ash into an ashquench

pit where cooled by water and removed by conveyor.

Secondary combustion chamber shall be a solid-walled and -floored, horizontal, refractory-lined cylinder type

incinerator designed to oxidize (or burn) the organic vapors and gases. Burner and combustion air controls shall be

fully automatic comprising of, as a minimum, electronic ignition and all necessary interlocks and safety devices to

provide safe operation. The chamber and burner shall be designed to maintain a minimum combustion temperature

of at least 930 to 1200 C (1700 to 2200 F) with a minimum gas residence (or dwell) time of 2.0 seconds. The ashremoval

system shall consist of, as a minimum, the direct manual removal into a dry collection hopper.

Cyclone air filters shall be provided to remove the larger particulates. Cyclone air separators may be provided with

powered fans to increase the velocity of the gases inside the cyclone to improve the collection efficiency for smaller

particles.

5.16.3 INCINERATOR STACKS (OR CHIMNEYS)

Stack size shall be in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations. Stacks shall be the forced-air type and

completely self-supporting and unattached to nearby structures. As a minimum, stack heights shall minimize

downwash of stack emissions due to aerodynamic influences from nearby structures and be calculated in accordance

with DoD 4715.05-G, Overseas Environmental Baseline Guidance Document. Stacks shall be provided with

corrosion-resistant steel weather caps.”

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