Municipal Waste Incinerator
||Municipal waste incinerator is simply the burning of garbage. High combustion efficiency, automatic control, reasonable price.
Garbage Inlet Size: 460×580
Blower power: 0.37KW
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Introduce to Municipal Waste Incinerator
The municipal waste incinerator has the characteristics of small size, high combustion efficiency, automatic control, reasonable combustion process, and high degree of harmlessness. It is an ideal choice. Used for garbage disposal in hospitals, hotels, various stations and industries.
What is Waste Incineration?
Waste incineration is simply the burning of garbage. The incineration process, often described in the industry as thermal treatment, uses special incinerators that burn waste materials to ash, heat, and flue gas (i.e., gas exiting from a flue, such as a chimney, to the surrounding air).
The resulting byproducts can be recycling. For example, the heat produced from the burning process can be utilized for generating electricity and solid wastes, such as fly ash can be used as the material for making bricks, shingles, or tiles.
Incinerating waste is widely practiced, and actually popular, in nations such as Singapore, the Netherlands, and Japan where there is a scarcity of land. Other European countries such as France, Germany, and Luxembourg also use incineration to dispose of municipal waste
Composition of Smoke-Free Waste Incinerator
Furnace body primary combustion chamber, secondary combustion chamber, cyclone dust collector, chimney, flue, piping system, high-pressure blower, negative pressure induced draft fan, primary combustion machine, secondary combustion machine, electric control cabinet, temperature display device, Detection device, spray tower device, activated carbon adsorption device, dust collector, chimney, etc.
The outer shell of the furnace body is a steel structure, the inner wall is made of refractory casting materials of different properties, and the inner layer is made of high temperature resistant casting materials, which can withstand high temperatures of 1790°C.
In the middle is a lightweight refractory material, which can not only ensure sufficient combustion temperature inside, but also keep the shell low temperature to prevent scalding. The refractory material is cast as a whole, which is not easy to fall off and not easy to corrode.
Benefits of Municipal Waste Incinerator
Incineration can decrease the solid mass of the original waste, which is already compacted by garbage trucks, to a further 80 to 85%. It can also reduce the volume of trash up to 95%.
At present, there are 72 incinerators operating in the US handling a percentage of the nation’s garbage, with the rest of the garbage being composted, recycled, or disposed of in landfills. The reduction of solid waste by incineration drastically reduces the amount of trash that ends up in a landfill.
Waste Incinerator Working Process
All wastes that are intended to be incinerated undergo a process called “mass burn.” Each facility has different ways to do a mass-burn, but each follows a general process outlined below:
▷ Waste sorting and shredding
▷ Waste drying and batching
▷ Energy recovery
▷ Environmental control
Conclusion of the Waste Incinerator
Solid waste incineration is more than just garbage incineration. Involve complex processes. Whether a community resorts to waste incineration or dumping their garbage in a landfill depends on a variety of factors including resources, amount of land, and eco-vulnerabilities of that community.
When done and managed right, waste incineration is a cleaner, more efficient, and one of the most efficient modern waste management systems
Parameter of Municipal Waste Incinerator
||Primary combustion chamber
||Furnace body combustion chamber
Burning capacity: 500kg/h
||Integral automatic burner
||Size of waste inlet hole
||Two-stage combustion furnace
||Secondary combustion chamber
||Sprinkler tower with connecting
|First spray tower
||Secondary spray tower