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Bacteriological incinerator MediBurn
for medical waste

bacteriological incinerator
bacteriological incinerator
bacteriological incinerator
bacteriological incinerator
bacteriological incinerator
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Characteristics

Applications
bacteriological, for medical waste
Temperature range

Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)

Max.: 1,000 °C (1,832 °F)

Description

Environmentally safe, compact, portable, and easy to operate, MediBurn is a diesel-fueled medical waste incinerator for hospitals and clinics. Available in two sizes, the original MediBurn is capable of disposing of up to 8 cubic feet (0.22 cubic meters) batch-loads of infectious and pathological waste with a burn rate of 18 to 20 kg per hour. MediBurn 30 offers 1/3 more capacity than the original MediBurn, disposing up to 10.5 cubic feet (0.30 cubic meters) of waste with a burn rate of 30 kg per hour. Both now offer modulating burners and under-air technology providing up to 50% more in fuel savings than the original model. They also offer electronic controls for improved safety and system control. Multi-language support is available. MediBurn incinerates everything from laboratory waste to animal remains with clean emissions. The incinerators’ small footprint makes it easy to fit in facilities with limited space. Its portability and simple installation offers the flexibility for relocation. MediBurn is easy to operate and requires minimal training. Minimal training Quick setup & ready to use upon delivery Easy to operate with state-of-the-art controls Requires only power supply connection and diesel fuel Automatic pre-set cycle control for efficient fuel consumption Thermostatic temperature control for efficient fuel consumption Dual chamber combustion and high exhaust temperatures in excess of 1000°C (1832°F)

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