What is a waste incinerator? What are the components of a waste incinerator?
Waste incinerator equipment operates at very high temperatures and pressures with many heavy moving machinery, hydraulic components and very high voltage power supplies. In addition to this, there are flammable liquid and gas fuel supplies in the system, and in some cases, the compressed gas system as well as the actual incinerator waste fuel itself.
The garbage incinerator is a device for incinerating domestic garbage. The domestic garbage is burned in the furnace and becomes waste gas and enters the secondary combustion chamber. It is completely burned under the forced combustion of the burner, and then enters the spray dust collector. After dust removal, it is discharged through the chimney. into the atmosphere. The domestic waste incinerator is composed of four major systems: waste pretreatment system, incineration system, smoke biochemical dust removal system and gas generator (assisted ignition incineration). It integrates automatic feeding, screening, drying, incineration, ash cleaning, dust removal, and automatic control. In one.
Waste incinerators can fully meet these requirements. The water-cooled structure has excellent durability, is safe to use, and has no risk of burning. In addition, it is a device that can quickly achieve smokeless combustion without any special technology by means of forced air supply.
The waste incinerator includes a furnace and a post-combustion chamber. During the pyrolysis process, the waste is burned in a furnace to produce combustible gases. These gases are combusted at a temperature of 800 to 900°C in the post-combustion chamber. Energy is recovered from the exhaust gas by means of a heat exchanger (circulating very hot water or superheated steam).