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Applicable Area Robust, sturdy and capable of installation in remote locations
Ash Conforming to <10% by volume and <25% by weight
Material handling Capable of handling mixed solid waste streams
Power Low and efficient power consumption
Standard CE certified, meet relevant british, EU or American Standards or Equivalent
Waste streams to be incinerated Handling putrescible waste, combustible hazardous waste and other combustibles.
Waste volumes to be incinerated approx. 50% of waste generated shall be incinerated.
Operating hours 8 hours per day, 6 days per week
Output requirements Either recycled or landfilled
Key risks Ensure all key risks are adequately considered and mitigated. These key risks shall include,
– The air through The exhaust stacks
– Water through ash leachate.
Height of emission stack –
Reduction in the emission of pollutants Comply with emission standard
Generation of wastewaters –
Residues Additional recommendation for safe transportation and/or immediate storage.
Incinerator Technology The techonology shall be based on the mass burning principle.
The vendor shall recommend and justify either moving grate or rotary kiln incineration. A moving grate may
Grate Grate and grate design shall be specifically suitable for the waste design. Special attention shall be given to possible
The grate system shall also allow for waste to be transported automatically from feeding to slag extraction
Max. of 65-70% of the length of the grate shall be applied as a drying and combustion zone when operating in the design
Air supply shall ensure optimum grate performance through satisfactory air distribution (the air supply area should be no more than 1.5-2% of the total grate area with the air typically going through the slots at a rate of 10-15 m/s)
Furnance Designed for stable, continuous operation and complete burnout of the waste and flue gases (CO<50mg/Nm3, TOC<10mg/Nm3).
Furnace wall shall be refractory-lined.
Shall minimize the risk of slag deposits and as fouling on the furnace wall.
Flue gas velocity maintained at a level lower than 3.5-4m/s