Incinerators operate at high temperatures which are necessary for the complete burn-out of organic content. After incineration, flue gases must be...

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HEAT RECOVERY SYSTEMS

Incinerators operate at high temperatures which are necessary for the complete burn-out of organic content. After incineration, flue gases must be cooled prior to treatment by an air pollution control device (if present).

For large capacity incinerators operating for at least 12 hours in a day, heat recovery may be feasible. Different forms of heat recovery are:

1) Hot air heat exchangers.

2) Hot water heat

exchangers.

3) Waste heat recovery boilers.

The capacity and size of these heat recovery systems vary. Heat exchangers could also be used as part of the overall incineration process as a method of gas cooling or otherwise.

The photo below is of 2 paint stripping chambers which were coupled to a hazardous waste incinerator. The waste heat from the secondary chamber was used to strip paint from jigs and fixtures.

Testimonials.

" The incinerator is functioning extremely well and meeting all the requirements of Gazette of India notification. The Strength of the equipment lies in its easy handling, economy in treating bio-medical waste and meeting all criteria control test of PCB Karnataka "

 - Group Capt. H. S. R. Arora, Registrar, Command Hospital Air Force, Bangalore.

Over 500 + installations
7 Continents
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Haat Incinerators India Pvt Ltd,

35 B&C, Jigani Industrial Area,

Bengaluru - 560 105,

India.


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