Mark IV Bulk load Incinerator

MODEL: MAK VI SS10

FEED MODE: Bulk load

FEED CAPACITY: 300kg

DESTRUCTION RATE: 100kg per hour

PRIMARY COMBUSTION CHAMBER: 400 litres

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE: 850 Degrees Centigrade

CHAMBER MATERIAL: Stainless Steel

CASING MATERIAL: Galvanized Steel

INSULATION MATERIAL: Sand

TRAINING MATERIAL: 4 Hours

WARRANTY: 2 Years if used 2 hours Daily

WASTE REDUCTION: 96%

OPERATOR CLOTHING PROVIDED: Googles, Nose mask, Gumboots, Heavy duty gloves, Overalls

Description

The MAK Bulk Load incinerator has been designed to respond to the need for an affordable but environmentally safer way to dispose off Health Care Waste (HCW). Toxic and Particulate emissions are drastically reduced.

The MAK Bulk Load incinerator’s ability to self sustain combustion in the absence of auxiliary fuel is a key to its sustainability particularly in countries affected by deforestation and in context of rapidly depleting supplies of fossil fuels.

ENVIRONMENTAL
Health Care Waste [HCW] is a by–product of health care that includes sharps, non sharps, blood, body parts, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and radio active materials. Poor management of HCW exposes Health Workers, Waste Handlers and the community to infectious , toxic effects and injuries.

INCINERATION
The two chambered design for MAK Bulk Load incinerator provide a gentle classification of waste i.e solids, liquids and gases.
This gives a sufficiently long retention time of the waste gases in the system thus securing total combustion of all combustible waste. During this phase the incinerator is environmentally friendly.

TEMPERATURE GAUGE

Once the incinerator is started, the appearance of a strong stable yellow flame in the secondary chamber is a clear indication of 700deg centigrade and above. This is viewed through the air intake hole on the secondary chamber.

WHO Recommendation

World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends small-scale incineration as an affordable and safer alternative to open pit burning or burial.
This is common in the third world countries where HCW management
infrastructure is poor.

APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY
All MAK Bulk Load Incinerators are purely stainless steel combustion chambers and chimney, not steel.
The incinerator has two combustion chambers; that’s the Primary chamber catering for destruction of solid waste at an average temperature of 850 C and Secondary chamber for destruction of gaseous waste 900 C. Medical waste is loaded in bulk at once per load.The unit is pre-fabricated in the workshop and transported on a truck with a self-loader.
Maintenance and repair can also be undertaken locally with minimal technical assistance.

COST – EFFECTIVE
MAK Bulk Load incinerator is pre-heated and burned down with locally available paper waste or card boards from the pharmacy department. Sorting of HCW is the key to the above success. Waste is loaded in the primary chamber according to the moisture content.
Once pre-heated, the incinerator uses the caloric value of the incinerated waste to maintain high temperature of above 900 C, thus greatly minimizing the operating cost of the system relative to diesel / electric / biomass assisted combustion processes.

ADVANTAGES

  •  Waste is loaded at once
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Auto combustion/ fuel free
  • Temperature performance 900 °C
  • User friendly and portable
  • Durable
  • Reduce waste to 96%
  • Operator safety