medical incinerator primary combustion price

Our normal activities generates 2-5 tons of assorted waste materials per day which range from condemned carcasses, and medical incinerator primary combustion price

other wastes all which need to be incinerated at above 800Centigrade measured flue exhaust gas.To be used by small

hospitals and clinics to safely dispose of infectious and pathological wastes.

Load Capacity in the range of up to 200 kg
– Burning Rate approx. 50kg/Hour –

Incinerators to be very effective, fuel efficient with high / low capacity burn rates
and to be designed to meet the Norms of Pollution Control / DEFRA, etc. Technology:

Temperature Controlled Burner. Heavy-duty casing, to be a quality, rugged, reliable, economical Medical Waste

Incinerator with relevant control, easy to operate and self-contained. Type of Fuel: Diesel / Oil or Petrol.
Units to be pre-assembled, pre-piped, pre-wired & tested before Transport / Export.

Within the framework of an environmental and medical equipment & technology consultation and joint purchasing, this

Procurement Bureau invites applicants for pre-qualification in the aim of primarily selecting capable companies to bid

for the above tender.
The supply will comprise the special equipment for effective waste management as mentioned above for a new private

environment contract management company with planned operations 2013 in Indonesia and Thailand, and 2014 in West & East

Malaysia to carry out those professional services in order to comply with the governments safety disposal requirements

for medical and hospital, clinical waste in the region and to meet the higher technical standard in this particular

field.small incinerators with filter (with least minimum pollution) for burning/combusting 5kg/hr, 10kg/hr, 15 kg/hr,

20kg/hr, 25kg/hr to 50kg/hr and 300kg/hr of SOLID ORGANIC DRY AND WET NON-HAZARDUOUS of any kind (including hospital

wastes) per day or per hour. Should it be with no smoke, no fumes, no odour (smell), no dust, no emission of solid

particles and with least minimum pollution (within national and international standards). Must be environmentally

healthy and acceptable with international standards. Should not be with water scrubbers. Ash contents after burning

should be 3-4%.