?Incinerate minimum 80kg/hr X 12 hrs per day
?Disposal of both non-hazardous and hazardous waste streams (per waste inventory)
?Mobile Unit (Skid mounted preference with lifting points)
?Incinerators must have a secondary combustion chamber with a minimum temperature range of 900c
?Liquid waste streams shall be incinerated by an appropriate liquid injection system
?The incinerators will be installed with visual alarms to alert operations of low temperature in the secondary chamber
Operating Environment and Ambient Conditions
The Incinerators package shall be designed to operate under the following conditions:
?Average Daily Max/Min June Temperature, 21-39°C
?Average Daily Max/Min January Temperature, 2-12°C
8.The incinerator must have an emergency vent. The emergency vent shall remain closed ie. it shall not emit flue
gaseous during normal operation of the incinerator.
9.Metal fuel tank from black steel (capacity not less than 2500 litres) and shall be installed at the incinerator Room.
The tank shall be provided with all necessary fittings including fill, vent, drain and overflow line, level indication
and access for inspection and maintenance. Level switches shall be provided for the following services.
(a) Low level alarm
(b) High level alarm
(c) Low level start of transfer pump
(d) High level stop of transfer pump
10.A ready built fabricated room shall be supplied for housing the incinerator. The room will be designed in such a way
that free space is available on all sides and heat radiation kept at minimum and giving the operators an easy
workable environment and ventilation. The materials will be sufficient structural thickness of mild steel angles neatly
coated with metal primer and epoxy paint to withstand sea corrosion
11.CE certificate and comply with EU regulations
12.Necessary Maintenance spares and concomitant accessories have to be supplied with Incinerator System
Class 1: Industrial Plants Burning Waste as an Additional/Alternative Fuel
Incinerators in which the waste serves as the fuel or supplementary fuel in an industrial process (e.g. the use of
cement kilns or any other industrial boilers or furnaces for the disposal of noxious or hazardous materials).