Working principle of Incinerator

  • The Incinerator is designed with the primary combustion chamber for burning sludge oil or solid waste, and a secondary combustion chamber for burning out and uncombusted exhaust gases. 
  • The primary combustion chamber is equipped with a primary burner. 
  • Diesel oil is supplied to this burner for initial ignition. After this, the sludge oil is supplied to the main burner until it ignites.

  • The primary burner is then switched off either automatically or manually. Atomizing air is provided to the sludge burner for efficient combustion.
  • A pressure regulating valve is provided on the sludge return line to adjust the quantity of sludge entering the conversion space. 
  • The heat from the primary burner will dry out and start burning the solid waste and or ignite the sludge oil.
  • The very large, transmission area in the primary combustion chamber optimizes the drying and burning of the solid waste.
  • In the secondary combustion chamber, the gases from the primary combustion chamber will burn out.
  • A wall made of ceramic heavy duty refractory lining separates the primary and the secondary combustion chamber.
  • In the case of solid garbage or waste, the waste is fed into the incinerator through the feeding door.
  • Note that the primary burner cannot be ignited, if this door is open, the rest of the combustion process is the same.

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