incinerators animal

Class 2          Industrial Incinerators

Class 2A:    Commercial

Incinerators for the disposal of waste that contains hazardous, potential hazardous and bio-medical waste where the

operator exceeds 100 Kg/day.

  1. Dimensions: 2.2m(l) x 1.5m(w) x 2.5m(h)
  2. Fully automatic computer multi control system.
  3. Fuel Options- Diesel and natural gas, electricity
  4. Wasted fuel- >12L/h
  5. The incinerator should burn up to 200kg < of waste per hour.
  6. Min.temperature-750癈<
  7. Max.temperature-1000癈<


Class 2B:      Small Scale Incinerators for Private Use

Incinerators for the disposal of hazardous, potential hazardous and bio-medical waste where the operator does not

exceed 100 kg/ day.


Class 3:  General waste Incinerators

Incinerators for general waste that is non toxic, non hazardous, non medical or does not  contain organic halogens,

i.e., selected customs, police, contraband goods, offices waste, commercial waste  and industrial wastes) where the

operator does not exceed 1 ton/ day.





No. Parameter     Standards, Guideline, Criteria and Procedure


1     Basic Plant Design     An approved plant must have four distinct sections that demonstrate three principles of

Turbulence, Residence Time and Temperature are inbuilt in the plant design .The regulated sections may include but not

limited to:


Overall plant layout.

Feed chamber/ charging   —build by local customer

Primary Combustion Chamber. –yes

Secondary Combustion Chamber. –yes

Particulate Scrubbers—- filter brick chamber included

Acid Gas Scrubbers—none

The stack/ chimney. –yes

2     Feeding And Charging     Controlled hygienic, mechanical or automatic feeding methods have to be used which will

not influence the air temperature in the primary and secondary chambers of the incinerator negatively.


No waste is to be fed into the incinerator:


  1. Until the minimum temperatures have been reached.—manual feeding

Please  incorporate a mechanical feeder

  1. If the minimum combustion temperatures are not maintained. –yes
  2. Whenever the previous charge has not been completely combusted in the case of batch feeding. –yes


  1. Until such time as the addition of more waste will not cause the design parameters of the incinerator to be

exceeded. –yes


3     Primary Combustion Chamber The primary combustion chamber must:


  1. Be accepted as the primary combustion zone. –yes
  2. Be equipped with a burner/s burning gas/fuel or low sulphur liquid fuels. Other combustion methods will be

judged on merits.


  1. Ensure primary air supply is controlled efficiently–yes
  2. Ensure minimum exit temperature is not less than 850oC—800-1000 oC


4     Secondary Combustion Chamber (Afterburner). The secondary combustion chamber must:


  1. Be accepted as secondary combustion zone. –yes
  2. Be fitted with secondary burner/s burning gas or low sulphur liquid fuel or any suitable fuel. –yes