The Continual Burn Incinerator equipped with
automatic feed allows for waste loading at the rated capacity for up to
8 hours. A system with the automatic ash removal feature increases waste
loading at the rated capacity up to 24 hours on a continual basis.
In the continual feed process, waste is introduced into a charging hopper either manually or by an automatic cart dumper. Then, the charging hopper door is closed, the primary chamber refractory-lined gate is raised, and the waste is introduced into the primary chamber by a hydraulic ram mechanism.
Next, the burning waste is moved through the primary chamber by a charging ram and one or more ash pushers. They move the steadily-reducing mass of waste to the end of the chamber. Then, if the system is equipped with automatic ash removal, the ash drops through a water seal into a water filled tank.
From there it is moved by either a drag conveyor, the Simonds proprietary "Ash Sweep," or the Simonds "Ash Kicker," to a dumpster for removal from the area.
In systems not equipped with automatic ash removal, the ash remains in the primary chamber until the system is cooled down. It is then removed manually. At or near capacity our continual feed incinerators operate without auxiliary fuel. Our systems maintain precise control over the combustion process through a design which rigidly governs the introduction of all air.
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