Our mobile incinerator units were developed to overcome two major problems. One was how to transport the equipment to remote and difficult to access sites. The other was to enable operators to easily and safely transfer their incinerator from one location to another.
We can install smaller incinerators directly onto a specially designed and purpose-built trailer. This arrangement allows the incinerator to be easily transported between locations and has proved to be a reliable and cost-effective solution for shared waste management arrangements, remote clinics and hospitals, work camps, farms and veterinary research centres where permanent static waste disposal is either inaccessible or commercially inviable. These trailer-mounted incinerators have also proved invaluable for emergency and disaster relief areas.
As a complete self-contained incinerator plant, we have designed them to include a generator and fuel tank that also sit alongside the incinerator on the trailer. A hinged chimney that lies flat during transport can quickly be erected meaning that the incinerator can be ready for use within minutes of arriving on site.
- Platform size: 4.23m long x 2.25m wide
- Maximum gross weight: 3,500Kg
- Removable headboard
- Drop sides and tailboard
- Loading ramp
- Additional steelwork to secure incinerator
- Testing & validation
- Tarpaulin cover
For larger incinerators that are too big to be accommodated onto a trailer, we can construct them mounted onto a robust skid.
A typical arrangement includes the incinerator plant, plus all the ancillary equipment – chimney sections, and fuel tank or generator securely built onto a heavy steel structure that also includes lifting points for uplifting and relocating.
Skid mounted incinerators tend to be specified for remote locations such as oil exploration pipelines and outlying work camps where the skid enables the entire unit to be moved along with the migrating labour force.
An increasingly popular concept for ‘mobile incinerators’ is for them to be pre-installed inside an ISO 6346 certified shipping container. Not only does this arrangement simplify the shipping stage, but it also means that it can be transported to the intended destination fully assembled and ready for immediate use far quicker and more cost-effectively than if a designated building had to be provided.
Depending on the size of the incinerator we can use 10 foot, 20 foot or 40 foot containers that are fully lockable and offer high security.
A typical containerised package will also include fuel and power connections, lighting, ventilation, fire extinguishers etc. Further customisation can be included with a choice of power generation and energy recovery systems to produce hot water or steam along with flue abatement plant.