incinerator Articles

  • Incineration

    Introduction: High temperatures, 870 to 1,200 °C (1,400 to 2,200 °F), are used to volatilize and combust (in the presence of oxygen) halogenated and other refractory organics in hazardous wastes. Often auxiliary fuels are employed to initiate and sustain combustion. The destruction and removal efficiency (DRE) for properly operated incinerators exceeds the 99.99% requirement for hazardous waste ...

  • Leading from the front

    As one of the world’s leading incinerator design companies we have to stay ahead of the game. There is an old saying in business and it goes: “If you stand still you get left behind” and that has never been more true than it is today. As a leading incinerator design company we are always looking ahead … at new design innovations, at the latest ...


    By Todaysure Limited

  • Municipal Incinerator Waste

    The monitoring of metal concentrations in the waste water from municipal incinerators to ensure compliance with the EU Waste Incineration ...

  • Waste Incinerator Project

      Medical Waste Incinerator YD Model is our classic product for market. All series included burning capacity 10kgs per hour, 30kgs per hour,50kgs per hour,100kgs per hour,150kgs per hour,300kgs per hour,500kgs per hour. Up to now, all models sale to all over the world and have good feedback from end-customer. The YD Model medical incinerator have multi-combustion chamber and basic dry ...


  • Introducing LaserGas III SP CO – a combustion analyzer for rough environments

    NEO Monitors unveils the industry’s most compact CO combustion analyzer suitable for the most demanding environments. LaserGas III CO includes measurement of CH4, H2O and temperature in one single unit designed to reduce risk. Based on decades of experience and customer feedback, NEO Monitors has designed an Ex-d certified tunable diode laser (TDLS) analyzer. The instrument is ...


    By NEO Monitors AS

  • Incinerator Residue for Roads

    A study was conducted by the authors to assess the feasibility of using incinerator residue in road construction. Residues from Singapore incinerators were characterized. Various combinations of mixes comprising local clayey-silty-sandy soil and incinerator residue with or without lime were tested for their suitability for use as road subbase/subgrade. Also, bituminous mixes comprising varying ...


    By ASTM International

  • Increase in capacity of an incinerator

    In addition to its own and external products, system providers involved in the project business also provide process knowledge and complete projects refined to the last detail. The standard is high. Their own knowledge combined with the supplier’s knowledge leads to a complete solution. From the delivery of the components to their installation, trial operation and commissioning, all the ...


    By sera GmbH

  • Particulate Control Strategies for Incineration

    Abstract This paper discusses various particulate emission control strategies that can be employed for Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), Municipal Sewage Sludge, and Industrial Waste Incineration facilities. An example will be given of a particulate control installation that successfully cleans off-gases from an incinerator at a large photographic products plant. Data supporting a theoretical ...


  • Power Case Study - North Incinerator

    North Incinerator Finds Solution to Excessive Sweep Elbow Wear At Montgomery County's North Incinerator plant, there was a problem several years ago. The Dayton, OH, area trash-to-energy plant was experiencing repeated shutdowns due to sweep elbow failure in its dense phase pneumatic conveying system, a component of the lime injection system in operation there. In order to ...


    By HammerTek Corporation

  • Incinerator Plant, Lidköping - Case Study

    SWEDEN: Baling of MSW In Lidköping the incineration plant is connected to the central heating systems of the city. However, incineration plants has a high demand for fuel in the winter season and limited demand in the summertime. Inflow of material, however, comes evenly all year around and this gives a need to store waste during the summer. The solution to this is the ...


    By Flexus Balasystem AB

  • Incineration Industry: Scrubber on Sludge Incinerator Reduces Atmospheric Emissions Case Study

    Aberdeen Sewage Treatment Plant in Aberdeen, Washington started up their new Electric Infrared Incinerator in May, 1981. The sewage sludge incinerator, product of Shirco, Inc., needed a pollution control device in order to meet state, local and federal requirements for atmospheric emissions, according to the emissions test on the unit performed January, 1982. Chosen was a Model 24×24- ...


    By CR Clean Air Group, LLC

  • Pollutant emissions from modern incinerators

    Emissions of dioxins are mainly from incinerators, domestic and industrial coal combustion, and traffic. However, the major public concern and research effort are associated with the emissions of organic micropollutants from waste incinerators. This paper gives a brief overview of the more recent research and development for the removal of dioxins and heavy metals from flue-gas streams. Special ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Atmospheric impact of a municipal wastes incinerator

    This paper presents a case study of an air pollution dispersion model for the atmospheric impact assessment of a new municipal wastes incinerator (MWI). The capacity of the present MWI will increase more than ten times, and a new high-efficiency flue gas treatment system is projected. The environmental impact study has been focused on the long-term aspect of the air pollution (chronic pollution) ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Minicipal Waste Incinerator Case History

    Low temperature plant operation had resulted in severe baghouse corrosion and constant dust blockages throughout the system. It was decided to raise the operational temperature of the incinerator and change the acid gas scrubbing agent from lime to sodium bicarbonate. However, the existing felt filter media could not cope with the change in acid gas scrubbing agent and “blinded” very rapidly ...


    By W. L. Gore & Associates

  • Canarina DISPER software · incineration · commands 26

    Here, only some data can be modified. The necessary data is: Pollutant emission rate (g/m2 s): This is the pollutant emission rate per unit area and second.   Decay coefficient (1/s): This coefficient considers the half life of the pollutant if this disappears by means of ...

  • A Comparison of Fluid Bed and Multiple Hearth Biosolids Incineration

    Abstract Incineration has been used as a disposal method for wastewater treatment biosolids for over sixty years. The first multiple hearth furnace for biosolids incineration was built in 1935 in Dearborn, MI. From that time through the late sixties, the multiple hearth was the thermal technique of choice for biosolids disposal. Today there are still some 150-175 aging multiple hearths in ...

  • Supercritical water oxidation presented as alternative to incineration – An update

    Environmentally benign waste disposal is becoming a more and more acute problem. A process now being commercialised, supercritical water oxidation is demonstrating extremely efficient organic waste destruction (99.99%) plus excellent environmental characteristics (none of the emissions associated with incineration). The process is especially suitable for the treatment of wastewater and sludges ...


    By SCFI Group Limited

  • Waste Incineration Upgrades at the Eastman Chemical Company

    INTRODUCTION Eastman Chemical Company, headquartered n Kingsport, TN, is an international supplier of organc chemicals, fibers anci plastics with annual sales of approximately $46 biNion and approximately 5300 customers worldwide. Tennessee Eastman Division, also located in Kingsport, is the company’s largest manufacturing fadllity The nine hundred acre site contains manutacturing facilities as ...


  • On-Site Incineration Tames Arsenal Waste Mixture

    Toxic wastes from various chemical processing activities at Rocky Mountain Arsenal (RMA) had accumulated in on-site evaporation basins over many years. The highly corrosive wastes, which posed environmental and potential health hazards, were by-products of the U.S. government’s chemical weapons program during World War 11 and its later weapons disposal program, as weIl as sorne pesticide ...


  • Power case study - North Incinerator - Environmental

    Subject Montgomery County's North Incinerator plant, in Dayton, Ohio Situation To meet EPA air pollution control standards for sulfur dioxide emissions, finely powdered limestone needed to be injected into the three incineration units at all times. The operation required approximately 18,000 pounds of powdered limestone a day, and needed to be ...


    By HammerTek Corporation

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