The LCI range allows daily working time between 8 h/day for the smallest capacities up to 24 h/day for the highest capacities. LCI equipment has two stages including a primary combustion chamber, with a hot-hearth construction, which ensures the total destruction of the waste. An integrated post-combustion system completes the process, to guarantee maximum gas turbulence, and ignite the gases which remained unburnt during the first combustion. These gases are maintained for a minimum of 2 seconds at temperatures from 900°C to 1200°C, thus ensuring complete incineration of its components (oxidation).
he LCI series incinerators are designed for manual or automatic loading with hydraulic assistance (LCI50 and up). Loads of all types of waste are done through a front access, which reduces heat loss during loading.
The option for automatic loading by pneumatic assisted injectors, of liquid, muddy or pasty waste, allows loading of waste safely. One or more injectors are directed towards the center of the combustion chamber.
Ash removal can be manual or automatic (optional). In manual mode, this involves emptying the tank or the bucket provided for this purpose, using a forklift. This can be done completely automatically.
The discharge located under the incinerator is separated from the combustion chamber by means of a hydraulically controlled ashes removal hatch.
The ashes extraction operation is programmable and can be carried out before the start of a new cycle, or at the end of the cycle.
The ashes removal cycle from the combustion chamber has a selector to allow the ashes to be poured by gravity into bins arranged for this purpose.