LOW CALORIFIC VALUE ORGANIC WASTE (PCI

STATIC SYSTEM

The STATICSYSTEM range of furnaces includes static discontinuous incinerators with horizontal primary chamber, designed for the thermal destruction of small quantities of organic origin waste materials

They can solve many incineration problems, by treating the waste produced by small/medium breeding plants, slaughtering, doghouses, and so on. They are especially useful for small – medium sized domestic animals and pets cremation.
The design of these incinerators is in accordance with the actual legislation in force as to animal by-products disposal (CE Regulation n. 1774/2002).
The main selling points of this series of incinerators are:
• Gas emission in accordance with CEE regulations
• Low working costs
• Speedy and easy installation and start-up
• Reduced maintenance and easy controls.

All these equipments are supplied completely pre-assembled with only some easy assembly operations to be carried out on site, as the erection of the chimney, the execution of connections to electric mains to the board and of fuel piping from fuel storage to burners.
The STATICSYSTEM incinerating equipment is supplied as “package” unit and will require only easy and reduced civil works. In many case the installation in existing buildings is available.

ROTOMEC

The ROTOMEC range of furnaces are discontinuous operation incinerators with horizontal rotary type primary chamber, designed for thermal destruction of several kind of waste materials, mainly of organic origin.
The main advantage of the rotary combustion chamber (in comparison with static chamber) is that it allows to treat substances even with high moisture content or including components of low calorific value, accelerating, with the rotation, the moisture evaporation and the waste incineration processes.
They can solve many standard incineration problems, to treat waste of high content of moisture: as organic wastes from slaughtering houses, from fish processing, fruit and vegetables refuses, and/or carcasses of animals
The main selling points of this series of incinerators are :
• Gas emission generally in accordance with EC regulations.
• Low working costs.
• Speedy and easy installation and start-up.
• Reduced maintenance and easy controls.
In its basic version, the plant is normally delivered prefabricated in easy-to assemble sections and requires very simple assembly and installation operations are carried out, such as the positioning of the afterburner behind the primary combustion chamber, the assembly of the stack, power and fuel connections.
Whenever necessary however, the plant can be completed with the installation of dry or humid damping devices, energy recovery devices and instruments for controlling.

ROP

The ROP range of furnaces comprises rotary kiln incinerators with horizontal primary chamber designed for thermal destruction of several waste materials, mainly of organic origin.
The main advantage of the rotary combustion chamber (in comparison with static chamber) is to be able to treat substances with high moisture content, waste including component of low heating value, accelerating with the rotation the moisture content evaporation and waste incineration processes.
They can solve many standard incineration problems, to treat refuses of high content of moisture: as organic wastes from slaughtering houses, from fish processing, fruit and vegetables refuses, and/or carcasses of animals.
These kilns are useful to obtain the CEE approval for slaughtering houses in accordance with EEC Regulation n. 1069/2009.
The main selling points of this series of incinerators are :
• • Gas emission in accordance with CEE regulations.
• • Low working costs.
• • Speedy and easy installation and start-up.
• • Reduced maintenance and easy controls.

The ROP unit is supplied as “package” item and will require only easy civil works. In many case the installation on concrete platform or in existing buildings is available.

RP

The RP series of furnaces are incinerators with rotating combustion chamber that operate according to the controlled-air combustion principle (often wrongly called “pyrolytic”), designed to destroy a wide range of solid wastes, from solid urban wastes to organic refuse, as well as from hospital waste to high calorific value industrial wastes.
These plants are thus suitable for use in numerous civil and industrial applications.
The special design of these furnaces is such as to easily overcome problems relating to disposal in accordance with applicable regulations. Prime features include:
stack emissions contained within the limits set by applicable regulations
low consumption levels and low management costs
relatively simple installation and starting up
low and easy maintenance.
In its basic version, the plant is normally delivered prefabricated in easy-to assemble sections and requires very simple assembly and installation, such as the positioning of the afterburner behind the primary combustion chamber, the assembly of the stack, power and fuel connection
Whenever necessary however, the plant can be completed with the installation of dry or humid damping devices, energy recovery devices and instruments for controlling and monitoring the more or less complex emissions, according to specific needs
The operating principle of the “RP” furnaces is based on the most modern incineration methods and envisages the splitting up of the combustion process into two distinct stages.
The first stage volatilises and gasifies the various waste components so as to obtain a high calorific power fuel gas mix.
This first combustion stage occurs in the primary chamber, which operates in a more or less accentuated air-free environment and at relatively low temperatures to restrict the possibility of complete waste combustion.
The second stage consists in conveying the gaseous mix to the secondary chamber, where a turbulent flow of air and a secondary burner maintain the temperature around 850/950°C. The partially unburned gas produced by the controlled-air process in the primary chamber undergoes total combustion.
This two-stage process considerably restricts the emission of polluting gases and because the primary chamber, where solid substances in suspension are generated, operates below stoichiometric conditions and in a state of low turbulence, the presence of particulate (ashes) in the gases is very much reduced.
The furnace can be used in semi-continuous or discontinuous mode. Once the first load has been exhausted in fact, it can be reloaded several times by means of an optional hydraulicoperating loader.
The RP system offers a series of major economic and practical advantages:
Clean and hygienic environments because the wastes can be introduced directly into the combustion chamber even when the furnace is at a standstill and consequently, if so desired, the furnace can be used, at least temporarily, also as a deposit for material to be disposed of.
Manual operations reduced to the utmost, limited only to loading the material to be incinerated and to the easy unloading of ashes.
Simple, smooth and safe operation thanks to the full control through special devices and instruments. This way, operators need not be highly skilled.
Maintenance reduced to the utmost: very few moving parts, while burners are standard production models.
Colourless and odourless stack emissions, amply within the limits set by applicable regulations thanks to the installation, except in special cases, of simple-design damping devices.

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