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Medical waste incinerator TURBO 2000 Vi

medical waste incinerator
medical waste incinerator
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for medical waste
Other characteristics
mobile, compact


Laboratory tests and field trials were done on the Safe Waste unit for W.H.O/UNICEF in conjunction with the CSIR and the Health Department as well as other important role players. With good results. This compact, mobile unit offers unbeatable performance when it comes to size and economy. The unit only needs standard 220V or 110V power to operate. It has the capacity to incinerate a wide variety of waste materials at a rate of 20kg's per hour making it vastly more cost effective than larger conventional units. The Safe Waste Unit is also environmentally friendly being virtually smoke and emission-free. Safe Waste Incinerators are suitable for a number of important applications in industry and the medical sector. Being mobile gives the Safe Waste Unit an important advantage over conventional incinerators because it reduces the need to handle and transport toxic and other dangerous waste because it is incinerated on site. C&S Marketing has combined the use of the Safe Waste Unit with the HNI (Hypodermic Needle Incinerator) Range of products and a range of disposable cardboard boxes. The smaller box fits under the HNI unit for the collection of soft waste while the larger box is used for the collection of all forms of soft medical waste and fits into the Safe Waste incinerator. Separation bins for medical and general waste can be supplied as consumables The Safe Waste Unit is ideal for disposing of medical soft waste as well as a wide variety of industrial and office waste in a cost-effective, environmentally friendly manner. The unit requires no additional fuel for complete incineration.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.