Not all the incinerators we manufacture are designed to be a static installation. Many of the models we produce are destined for operational duties at a number of different locations, or are designed so that they can be easily transported to remote and outlying regions. Typical examples of why mobile incinerators have become a vital requirement are when they are used in transitional work camps – for instance on oil pipeline construction where the main site is constantly on the move. Temporary military camps are another good example and our mobile incinerators are regularly specified for use within the farming community where it may have to frequently move from site to site, or by environmental health authorities that often require incineration facilities that can be used across a number of sites or locations.
Mobile incinerators are the ideal solution wherever environmentally compliant incineration processes are needed in difficult to access locations such as remote communities, small islands and our incinerators have even been specified for use in environmentally sensitive regions such as Antarctica where temporary, yet efficient incineration of waste is a crucial requirement.
Over the years we have initiated a number of mobile incinerator solutions enabling users to transport, set-up, operate and transfer vital waste disposal facilities with the minimum of effort and in the shortest possible time.