Burners are available today which can practically use any source of energy to generate heat.

 

Typical fuels are diesel, fur...

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Fuel

Burners are available today which can practically use any source of energy to generate heat.

 

Typical fuels are diesel, furnace oil, waste oil, petrol, liquefied petroleum gas, compressed natural gas, fuel gas, biogas, waste gas and also combinations of fuel (diesel and gas).

 

The incinerator should be designed to use as less fuel as possible. This is done by interlocking set incinerator chamber temperatures to fuel flow and by using high

quality refractories that absorb and radiate heat. Heat should primarily come from the waste itself and well-designed units can use very low fuel quantities, mainly for secondary combustion.

 

Burners can be of different types - igniters, monoblock, non-monoblock, dual fuel and a burner management system which controls the sequence of a burner's operations is essential. Burner faults can be sent as inputs to the incinerator's PLC for further action.

 

Testimonials.

" The incinerator at the International Hospital Of Bahrain is working very well. Indeed it is a smokeless incinerator without causing any pollution"

 - Dr. Praful L. Vaidya, Head of Surgical Dept. & Equipment Committee Chairman, International Hospital of Bahrain.

Over 500 + installations
7 Continents
25 + incinerator models
Registered Office

Haat Incinerators India Pvt Ltd,

35 B&C, Jigani Industrial Area,

Bengaluru - 560 105,

India.


Phone

+91- (0) 8110-41-66-66

Fax

+91- (0) 8110-41-66-99