It should have a Fuel tank of capacity 200 liters ±20 liters
It should have a chimney stack of 6 to 8 meters.
6mtrs will be used in the rural areas while 8mtrs will be used in the areas within the provincial town
A minimum of 2 chambers
Average 100 kgs/hour
Average 200 kgs
Primary Combustion Chamber
Secondary Combustion Chamber
Mix Combustion Chamber
Smoke Filter Chamber
Diesel Oil/ Natural Gas/LPG
Oil Consumption (Diesel Oil)
Gas Consumption (Natural Gas)
130 x 100 x
220 x 180 x
Oil Tank Capacity(if oil fuel)
Equipment Gross Weight
Operation Technical Specifications
Primary Chamber Temperature
Secondary Chamber Temperature
Waste Lower Calorific Power
Each chamber should have combustion burner air fans which are automatically controlled to ensure efficient heat distribution
Each chamber should have at least one temperature sensor
One temperature sensor mounting point at the base of the exit flue ensuring that chamber reaches the necessary 800°C minimum.
primary air from 10°C to approximately 145°C, depending on the waste composition and moisture content.
“The incinerator shall be designed and equipped to be installed, commissioned and operated in such a way as to prevent emissions into the air giving rise to significant ground-level air pollution; in particular, exhaust gases shall be discharged in a controlled fashion by means of a stack the height of which is calculated in such a way as to safeguard human health and the environment.
All incinerators shall meet the following emission and operating standards:
• Combustion efficiency (C.E.) shall be at least 99.0%
• The combustion efficiency shall be computed as follows:
o C.E = (CO2 X 100) / (%CO2 +%CO)
Suitably designed pollution control devices such as scrubbers, filters or electrostatic precipitators, shall be installed/retrofitted with the incinerator to achieve emission limits.”