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Medical Waste Incineration Treatment
PLC(Programmable Logic Controller Incinerator)
Smoke Filter Chamber
Oil Consumption (kg/hour)
Gas Consumption (m3/hour)
1st. Chamber Temperature
2nd. Chamber Temperature
Measurement requirements Continuous measurements of the following process operation parameters shall be considered to be performed, based on the
manufacturer’s manual and the training to be provided by the vendor:
– temperature near The inner wall as indicated above.
– Concentration of oxygen
– Water vapor content of the exhaust gasd. The results of the measurements made to verify compliance with the emission
limit values shall be standardized at the following conditions: temperature 273K, pressure 101.3KPa, 11% oxygen, dry gas, in exhaust gas from the incinerator.
Supplementary operational requirements:
Manual operation Manual feed is preferred
Intelligent controls The incinerator shall be of a plug and play type for ease of installation and commissioning in remote locations.
Controls shall include for burner gear, temperature indication and control of both the primary and secondary chambers.
Plant, cycle and fault status indicators are similarly required.
Appropriate audible and visible alarms shall be included.
Combustion system Fully automated package with flame failure controls, integral fuel pump, solenoid valves, and integral
continuous air fan and fuel sensors
Fuel Diesel oil
Fuel Storage Shall provide safe and secure fuel storage facilities compatible with the incinerator
A fuel storage reservoir (tank), fuel filter and shutoff tap/valve shall be positioned securely) preferably within the perimeter
of the dedicated building. The fuel tank shall not however be exposed to the excessive heat from the incinerator.
The fuel tank capacity shall be sized to match the capacity of the incinerator proposed and be large enough
to store fuel for 7 days of operation.
The fuel tank shall include a welded steel containment basin to prevent escape of fuel in event of a tank rupture,
sized at a minimum of 150% of the tank capacity (the contractor shall alternatively construct a bund meeting
these requirements and clearly specify this in their Technical Proposal).
The basin shall be primed and finish painted.
The fuel tank shall be made of heavy gauge steel construction. The tank shall include a removable,
welded steel top cover suitable for indoor applications. The tank shall be coated with rust inhibitor within
inner tank, primed and finish painted on external tank. All connections shall be made with pipe unions to
facilitate tank service/removal. The tank shall be provided with atmospheric (normal) vent cap with screen and emergency pressure・ relief vent.