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December 16, 2018

Mobile incinerators

Mobile incinerators are the most efficient way of processing bulk waste in remote or varied locations. It is also quickest way to effectively contain outbreak of disease and epidemics. Bio-security is assured by moving the incinerator rather than the diseased carcasses.


  • Waste Type: Whole animal carcass remains or animal carcass waste, medical and organic waste.
  • Construction:

– Mild steel welded fabrication consisting of sheet steel and structural section supports and bracings.

– Articulated trailer supplied in compliance with the country of destination.

  • Lining:

– Primary chamber – Consists of a monolithic high grade refractory concrete with high grade insulation backing, typical hot face temperature linings from 1300oC. Utilising a refractory hearth for continuous ash removal.
– Secondary Chamber – Consists of high density, low thermal mass refractory ceramic fibre with an innovative low emissivity protective coating.

  • Burners: Fully automatic, high efficiency burners with electronic ignition, flame recognition and combustion control devices fitted.
  • Process monitoring: The standard control incorporates digital display for both primary and secondary chamber temperatures throughout each cycle. Cycle position is also displayed on control LCD display screens.
  • Electrical supply: 230VAC, single phase, 50Hz, 16A minimum, mains or generator supplied. Waste Spectrum offer optional petrol or diesel fueled generators if required.
  • Loading & Ash removal: One large top access sliding door for mechanical top loading of waste. A full refractory hearth enables the ash to drop through into the de-ashing area. This enables continuous incineration.
  • Exterior finish: Multi-coat high quality, high temperature Aluminium enamel top coat paint finished in silver.
  • Control: Fully automatic sequential control provided by internal PLC system providing the following control

Features & Benefits

  • Large load capacity
  • Unique mobility
  • Rapid deployment
  • Simple to use
  • Robust construction
  • Legislation compliance


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