we have more than 1000kgs per hour capacity incinerator.
How does a hospital incinerator work?
The incinerator comprises primary and secondary combustion chambers. The burning zone
of the primary chamber is accessible through a door at the front which lets in air and allows the operator to light the fire and remove the ash. The medical waste is dropped in through a loading door above the primary chamber.
How is hospital waste disposed of?
Two common methods of disposing of hospital-generated medical waste include incineration
or autoclaving. Incineration is a process that burns medical waste in a controlled environment. …
State regulations may mandate off-site incineration for certain types of waste.
The main purpose of any medical waste incinerator is to eliminate pathogens from waste and
reduce the waste to ashes. However, certain types of medical wastes, such as pharmaceutical
or chemical wastes, require higher temperatures for complete destruction.