High Temperature Protection Gloves and High Temperature Protection Masks for incinerator operation

High Temperature Protection Gloves and 
High Temperature Protection Masks for incinerator operation

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Items/Model TS10(PLC) TS20(PLC) TS30(PLC) TS50(PLC)
Burn Rate (Average) 10 kg/hour 20 kg/hour 30 kg/hour 50 kg/hour
Control Mode PLC Auto. PLC Auto. PLC Auto. PLC Auto.
Combustion Chamber 100L 210L 330L 560L
Internal Dimensions 50x50x40cm 65x65x50cm 75x75x60cm 100x80x70cm
Secondary Chamber 50L 110L 180L 280L
Smoke Filter Chamber Dry Scrubber Dry Scrubber Dry Scrubber Dry Scrubber
Feed Mode Manual Manual Manual Manual
Voltage 220V 220V 220V 220V
Power 0.75Kw 0.83Kw 0.99Kw 1.2Kw
Diesel Oil Consumption (kg/hour) Ave.8.4 Ave.10.9 Ave.13.3 Ave.16.9
Natural Gas Consumption (m3n/hour) Ave.10.1 Ave.13 Ave.16 Ave.20.2
Temperature Monitor Yes Yes Yes Yes
Temperature Protection Yes Yes Yes Yes
Items/Model TS100(PLC) TS150(PLC) TS300(PLC) TS500(PLC)
Burn Rate (Average) 100 kg/hour 150 kg/hour 300 kg/hour 500 kg/hour
Control Mode PLC Auto. PLC Auto. PLC Auto. PLC Auto.
Combustion Chamber 1200L 1500L 2000L 3000L
Internal Dimensions 120x100x100cm 150x100x100cm 170x120x100cm 210x120x120cm
Secondary Chamber 600L 750L 1000L 1500L
Smoke Filter Chamber Dry Scrubber Dry Scrubber Dry Scrubber Dry Scrubber
Feed Mode Manual Manual Manual Manual
Voltage 220V 220V 220V 220V
Power 1.38Kw 1.69Kw 2.57Kw 4.88Kw
Diesel Oil Consumption (kg/hour) Ave.20.4 Ave.24.2 Ave.33 Ave.44
Natural Gas Consumption (m3n/hour) Ave.24.5 Ave.29 Ave.39.6 Ave.52.8
Temperature Monitor Yes Yes Yes Yes
Temperature Protection Yes Yes Yes Yes

All electrical connections attached with the incinerator and other machinery should 
be provided with suitable and necessary safety devices and be protected by steel 
conduits, cable trays, and supports. YES/NO
The manufacturer should permanently mark on the incinerator indicating: (i) 
manufacturer’s name or trademark (ii) style, type, model or, date of manufacture 
of the incinerator (iii) capacity in terms of net designed heat release in heat units per 
timed period (i.e., British Thermal Units per hour, mega joules per hour, kilocalories per hour).
Operations store “The unit shall be supplied with a lockable operations store, that 
shall be initially supplied with the following consumables:
• A first aid kit, suitable for addressing the hazards presented by the unit.
• 5 full sets of personal protective clothing and equipment.
• Operating logbooks.
• Unit cleaning equipment.
• Unit routine maintenance equipment and associated spare parts.
• Lubricants as appropriate.
• 3 Fire extinguishers.
• Any other consumables considered necessary by the Supplier.
Installation and Commissioning, Operator training, Spare parts package and Maintenance
Installation and commissioning The unit shall allow for easy and quick installation without 
specialized tools/equipment and without high skilled manpower required, optimizing the 
number of assembly/installation steps with separate items reduced to a practicable, shipment weight.
The assembly and installation process shall be designed to be reversible, to facilitate 
rapid disassembling and re-packing without damaging the parts of the products itself.  
All tools/equipment must be simple to use, of highest quality and meet international standards.
Team compositions and tools/equipment list/description shall be detailed in the 
assembly, disassembly and Packing Manuals.  Provision for the use of video weblinks 
(in English with French and Arabic subtitles) showing the assembly process and, 
separately, the disassembly process is required.  Manuals are to be produced in English and French.
1. Medical waste incinerator – Small
2. Medical waste incinerator – Medium
3. General waste incinerator – Small
4. General waste incinerator – Medium
5. General waste incinerator – Large
5. General waste incinerator – Large with automated feeding system
Corrosion resistance and weather proofing The Incinerator units shall be designed 
to last in operation in a tropical environment for a minimum period of 10 years if the 
specified maintenance schedule is followed. All metal surfaces (except combustion 
chamber internal fittings) shall be either galvanized, enameled, painted or otherwise 
treated against atmospheric and process induced corrosion
The incinerator combustion chamber(s) should be designed for easy maintenance 
of all internal parts including the refractory and insulation. Materials used in the 
ndividual parts of the incinerator shall be heat resistance and also be protected 
against oxidation, corrosion, etc.
The incinerator shell shall be made of mild steel with an adequate thickness 
for small units of between 3-6mm and larger units 5-10 mm depending on the 
construction part and painted externally with heat resistant aluminum paint 
suitable to withstand 250° C.  The outside surface temperature of the incinerator 
casing should not exceed 50° C above ambient temperature and shall include a 
safety mesh around all hot surfaces. Cold face refractory lining of calcium silicate 
or superior material, minimum thickness 100 mm.
Combustion control system The incinerator units shall include a temperature 
based electronic combustion control system that utilizes temperature and other 
data to inform automated or programmed cycling through the standard burn 
cycle: pre-heat, burn with waste addition, burn completion, cool-down. The 
system shall be capable of varying auxiliary fuel and air supply in both combustion 
chambers to achieve optimum combustion conditions. As far as practicable, 
the incinerator shall be of a plug and play type for ease of installation and 
commissioning in remote locations.
“The control system shall have a separate push button-based work station, 
which shall be located adjacent to the loading bay and protected from weather 
and impact damage. The system shall allow for rapid and straightforward intervention 
by the operator if the automatic system is not achieving the desired results during a burn cycle.