High quality hospital waste incinerator with low dioxin emission
Type: Medical Waste Incinerator
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Detail: MDHBB-95 External Dimensions: 2,380x3,020x1,663 , Smokestack: H 5,663 MDHBB-195 External Dimensions: 2,850x3,630x1,913 , Smokestack: H 5,913 MDHBB-400 External Dimensions: 3,350x4,430x2,378 , Smokestack: H 6,378
Delivery Detail: Delivered to port three months after full payment confirmation.
*Medical Waste Incinerator
*MDH Series (BB95/195/400)
*Made in Japan High quality hospital waste incinerator with low dioxin emission Cleared the Ministry of Welfare's Infectious Medical Waste Disposal Guidelines for infectious waste. High performance smokestack cleared for use under Dioxin regulations. Our incinerators are extremely strong and durable, and can be used safely with peace of mind thanks to their automatic control systems. Product Description Burners are equipped within the primary and secondary firing chambers, enabling the incinerator to quickly reach and maintain temperatures of over 700°C. An automatic combustion temperature recording device comes standard to allow users to manage incinerator temperature. Our proprietary MMW system protects against abnormally high internal temperatures with sensors that automatically sense when the internal temperature has risen too high as a result of burning waste with high heating values or because of inserting too much waste.
Incinerators constantly maintain a solid balance between combustion air and generated gas amounts by supplying logical amounts of combustion air from the left and right internal walls while also internally spraying water through a spray nozzle to suppress sudden thermal decomposition that occurs as a result of overheating when the firing chamber exceeds a designated temperature. As a result, the incinerator is able to achieve stable smoke-extinguished burning. The spray nozzle, which is subjected to high temperatures during burning, is constantly cooled through combustion air that is blown out from around the nozzle area, protecting against damage resulting from radiant heat and clogging resulting from unburned carbon adhesion.
The exhaust pipes are made of steel-sheets with aluminum alloy (Almar processed) plating for superior heat and corrosion resistance. In addition, the incinerators are made to be able to endure extremely high temperatures with heat-resistant castable material lined on the bottom of the interior.
* Almar processing refers to aluminum-alloy plating and is a type of composite metal processing achieved using welding base materials, alloy layers, and aluminum layers. Products created with this process are widely used due to being superior in terms of mechanical strength and corrosion, weather, heat, and abrasion resistance achieved as a result of the special properties of each layer. Suppresses dust and particulate matter emissions. Equipped with a dry-type axial flow direct cyclone that collects dust and particulate matter through centrifugal force, allowing the product to protect against secondary pollution of the atmosphere caused by particulate matter diffusion.