1.Incineration treatment of sludge generated after various types of wastewater treatment.
2.Mixed combustion treatment of waste solvent, waste oil, high-concentration waste liquid, residue, etc.
- It is incinerated at high temperature, so it can be cracked to remove pollutants.
- The water content and heat level of the incineration can be treated.
- It can run continuously.
- Continuous feeding and slag discharge, so you can save manpower.
- It is a rotary kiln incinerator. Because the garbage can be continuously turned and burned, the reduction after combustion is very good.
- The incinerator has perfect pollution prevention equipment, so it can meet the needs of environmental protection.
- The waste heat generated after combustion can be converted into steam for use or for power generation.
- Incineration treatment of sludge generated after various types of wastewater treatment.
- Mixed combustion treatment of waste solvent, waste oil, high-concentration waste liquid, residue, etc.
- All kinds of factories include high-tech, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, chemical, food, dyeing and finishing, paper, leather, electroplating, domestic wastewater, and centralized treatment plants.
- It is a rotary incinerator that can treat wastes of different nature, including sludge and liquid waste, either individually or simultaneously.
- The main body is in the shape of a horizontal straight cone. When the waste is burned, it will move forward and mix and mix because of the continuous rotation of the furnace body, so it has a good uniform burning effect.
- It is a rotary kiln incinerator. Its combustion process is heated and volatilized in the front stage, high temperature combustion in the middle and rear stages, oxidative decomposition of combustibles, and the function of continuing to complete combustion and discharge of bottom slag in the latter stage.
- The secondary combustion chamber is equipped with an auxiliary burner to introduce the combustion exhaust gas into the secondary combustion chamber for re-combustion.
- In order to achieve complete combustion during incineration, the operating temperature of the secondary combustion chamber is usually between 850 and 1100 °C.