Incineration is a waste treatment technology that involves the combustion of organic materials and/or substances. Incineration and other high temperature waste treatment systems are described as "thermal treatment". Incineration of waste materials converts the waste into incinerator bottom ash, flue gases, particulates, and heat, which can in turn be used to generate electric power. The flue gases are cleaned for pollutants before they are dispersed in the atmosphere.
It used to be fun to take out the trash! Fill that puppy full and throw in a match! I remember (to my mothers horror) soaking the contents in gasoline and tossing in a match!
She was so mad when she came out the back door and fire was shooting up the stack and going 10 feet into the air! Ours was CONCRETE so there was nothing to rust (except the door on the front) and it was heat immune!
Proburn Incinerators have no moving parts, which makes for trouble free operation. They rely solely on their innovative design to provide fast, efficient burning. They only take a few seconds to light and can be left unattended to burn their load.
The material is loaded and ignited manually through the top loading door. The flames are fed with primary air from the holes in the cleaning door which flows up through the grill floor and the air intake cone.
Once burning has started, secondary air is drawn between the outer casing and the combustion chamber, causing intense secondary combustion for the efficient destruction of the smoke and gases.
A third stage air supply is drawn from the underside of the hood to complete the afterburning process in the reheat chamber. This reduces the original bulk by 97% into a light, sterileash which falls through the grill floor into the ash pit. The ash only needs to be removed when it builds up and not after every burn.
They also have the advantage of retaining all the ash within the outer casing, thus keeping the surrounding area clean and tidy. When the first load has burned down, more waste can be added.
Proburn Incinerators can be used in many different ways e.g. once a week, once a day, many times a day or constantly, what ever suits your needs.
The photograph to the left shows the fierce secondary burning in the reheat chamber.
The photograph to the left shows the primary burning at the base of the combustion chamber and the ash that has fallen through into the ash collection pit.