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Cremation incinerator BLI 800 MW
for medical wastewastefloor-standing

cremation incinerator
cremation incinerator
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for medical waste
Designed for
Other characteristics
Temperature range

1,000 °C (1,832 °F)


54 ft³


The B&L Cremation Systems, Inc. BLI 400 MW medical/pathological waste incinerator is our smallest system. It has a primary chamber volume of 23 cubic feet, and an afterburner rating of 75 pounds per hour. Features Further information on fuel, oil, and specifications will be given upon request. FULLY AUTOMATIC CONTROL SEQUENCE – Operation is made simple by the fully automatic control sequence. A microprocessor temperature controller, with a digital readout, ensures optimum control while providing the lowest fuel consumption. Visual verification of each stage is provided on the control panel. Operator override is achieved by a turn of a switch for semi-manual control. MULTI-CHAMBER AIR CONTROLLED DESIGN – The entire combustion process is completed within the air controlled chambers, eliminating burning in the stack, allowing for 24 hour operation, and providing for greater fuel efficiency over excess air designs. POLLUTION MONITORING & CONTROL SYSTEM – This system constantly monitors the stack gases to prevent visible emissions. Integrated with the automatic system, this feature enables the unit to make all necessary adjustments automatically. REFRACTORY LINED STACK – A three inch insulating liner is provided as a safety feature. While gases seldom exceed 1,000°F, the liner reduces heat penetration under every condition, preventing the possibility of fire. A ten year warranty is offered on the stack liner. LOW NOISE – The secondary combustion blower has been manufactured and installed to allow for low noise operation.
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