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What is the difference between types of incinerators?

MOBILE AND STATIC INCINERATORS

Mobile incinerators with integral trailers can be towed quickly to where they are needed. They have a flexibility which enables them to be used in a variety of locations, for a variety of purposes.

Static incinerators are more appropriate for static facilities where there is a regular throughput of waste. Some lower volume static incinerators are available in a mobile form, on trailers, which may be useful for certain sizes of farm or facility where a limited degree of mobility is desirable.

Capacities

The capacity of incinerator needed will be determined by the type and volume of material to be incinerated. This may depend on:

  • Animal carcass size
  • Size of individual waste items.

BURN RATES

The burn rate of the incinerator needed will be determined by the type and volume and overall amount of material to be incinerated. This may depend on:

  • The size of animal carcass or items to be incinerated.
  • The amount of carcasses or items to be incinerated in a particular time period.

LOADING METHODS

The loading method required may be determined by:

  • Volumes of material to be incinerated.
  • Staff and loading machinery available.
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