Solid Waste Incinerator
Dual Chamber Incinerators for Waste Disposal
Helios Solid Waste Incinerators (formerly known as Vulcan Solid Waste Incinerators) are multiple chamber units engineered to safely and efficiently dispose of solid waste streams. Available in a range of sizes and models, these incinerators
have been implemented in municipal waste disposal, hazardous waste disposal, medical recovery, medical waste disposal, farm waste disposal, and more. Please contact us at 1-772-646-0597 to
discuss your incineration requirements.
Helios Comparison Chart / Selection Guide
Helios Solid Waste Incineration
30-50 lbs./hr. capacity
55-85 lbs./hr. capacity
140-200 lbs./hr. capacity
175-250 lbs./hr. capacity
210-320 lbs./hr. capacity
Helios Pathological Crematory
165 lbs./hr. for type IV
Helios Animal Waste
Model A 130
130 lbs./hr. for type IV
Multiple Hearth Incinerator
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Solid Waste Incinerator Construction
All GEI Works Solid Waste Incinerators are constructed in a dual or multiple chamber set up. Dual chambers systems operate by incinerating materials in a primary chamber and then incinerating materials/gases for a second time in a secondary combustion chamber. Resulting emissions from this system are cleaner and safer for the environment.
Waste Incinerator Capacities
Any time you are considering the potential capacity needed for your unit, you will want to take into consideration both the type of waste being incinerated and the volume. All incinerators on our site are typically equipped with two capacity measurements:
- lbs./hr. (kg/hr.)
The second measurement (lbs./hr. or kg/hr.) will be listed as a range. Where your project's waste will fall within the range depends on BTU values for the waste and volume per load.
For all waste streams, we encourage customers to check out typical BTU Values and Waste Classifications to help determine the best unit for a location. If needed, systems can be built to accommodate higher capacities, batch loading or intermittent loading with hydraulic ram or conveyor.
Typical Waste Incinerator Components
- Primary Chamber
- Secondary Chamber
- Fully Automated Controls
- Lining and Insulation
- Temperature Controls
- Optional: Hopper, Doors, Hydraulic Feed
Medical Waste Incinerators Disposal: Whether you have a hospital or small clinic, proper medical waste disposal is required. Dual chamber models allow hazardous materials or used equipment to be effectively disposed. Read more about medication disposal.
Precious Metal Recovery: Another popular option for these models is for the use and recovery of precious metals. Incinerators allow for the disposal of equipment and recovery of gold, silver, copper, or other metals.
Farm/Muck Disposal: For large agricultural areas, the management of mud/manure is a common obstacle. Incinerators can help dispose of materials in a way that is safe, effective, and easy.
Nitroguanidine Disposal: Nitroguanidine is an organic compound commonly used as a propellant for explosives. When disposal is necessary, items required a controlled temperature or chemical to careful break down the material. Incinerators can be an economical choice to carefully break down and dispose of these materials.
Cremation of Pathological Human Remains: For the cremation of pathological remains, the Model A 165 is the perfect choice. This commercial crematory incinerator is built as a hot hearth, multi-chambered unit for complete incineration of materials.
Cremation of Animal Remains: Two incinerator models are additionally available for cremation of animal remains.
Burning Paper or Type 0 Waste: Visit our small scale incinerators to burn paper or type 0 waste page to learn more.
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Key elements to consider for your incineration project:
- Available Space and Use
- Type of Waste Needing Incineration
- Long-Term Costs for Operation
- Required Volume/Capacity
GEI Works has a range of solid waste incinerators built for small commercial operations, medical institutions, and municipal landfill sites and can also assist with custom requirements.
Typical Waste Classifications
|High Combustible Waste, Paper, Wood, Cardboard, etc. (Commercial and Industrial Sources)|
|Combustible Waste, Paper, Rags, Wood, Scraps (Domestic, Commercial and Industrial Sources)|
|Rubbish and Garbage (Residential Sources)|
|Animal and Vegetable Wastes (Industrial and Commercial Sources)|
|Organs, Hospitals, Animal Pounds, etc.|
|Industrial Process Wastes|
|Combustibles Requiring Hearth, Retort, or Grate Burning|
How are Solid Waste Incinerators Built?
Solid Waste Incinerators are built in a modular design, making them easy to assemble in the field. Multiple chambers also creates a unit able to more effectively handle the combustion process.
All units are additionally designed with solid waste thermal oxidation in mind, and are engineered for the unique demands of mixed composition solid waste disposal.
The primary chamber is where all waste will be loaded and incinerated for the first time.
The cyclonic secondary combustion chamber provides over 1 second retention time to create turbulent thermal oxidation of combustion gases. This provides environmentally safe stack exhaust gases to the atmosphere.
All solid waste systems include an easy to operate control system that automates the entire incineration process for you unit.
- Guardian Data Acquisition System
- Guardian-OCS Monitoring System
- Types of Waste
- B.T.U. Values
- Using Incinerators on Farms
- Large Scale Paper Incineration
- Trash Incineration For Airports
- Trash Incinerator for Waste Management
Want to learn more about the Principles of Combustion? Our company has different models for commercial and industrial waste incineration available.
View the Helios Commercial Incinerators Overview Page.