... Evac has designed an innovative new advanced cyclone incinerator that is especially suitable for cruise vessels. Unlike standard incinerators, the Evac cyclone incinerator can burn both ...
Mini Ash, Portable Incinerator uses no fuel. Simply load a 55 gallon, open head, steel drum; light it and clamp on the lid. Two electric high – velocity blowers create a cyclone of intense heat. Combustion is so complete ...
Our Marine Incinerator is Fully automatic – small dimensions – high capacity for burning both liquid and solid waste; such as sludge oil, sewage sludge, plastics, paper, cardboard, wood, rubber, cloth, oily rags, food ...
The incinerator is designed with the very latest technology in multi-chamber, semi-pyrolysis with flue gas emissions within IMO MARPOL regulations. The incinerators are also capable of meeting EU regulations, ...
... in the range of the well-known TeamTec incinerators. The sturdy, compact design and high performance make it an obvious first choice for solving the waste problems on small and medium size vessels. This incinerator ...
The smallest in the range of the well-known TeamTec incinerators. The sturdy, compact design and high performance make it an obvious first choice for solving the waste problems on small and medium size vessels. A specialized ...
... Detegasa has become one of the most trusted and leading suppliers of shipboard marine incinerators. The reliability and easy operation of the DELTA Marine Incinerators is well known among Detegasa’s ...
How to choose this product
A ships incinerator is a type of oven designed to completely incinerate garbage.
These devices reduce shipboard waste to ash. They are common aboard cruise and other passenger ships because they greatly reduce the volume of waste.
Incinerators burn waste in a chamber at high temperature, reducing it to ash.
How to choose
Choice will depend on incinerator size, capacity, energy consumption and, especially, the types of material it can burn. For example, PVCs only can be incinerated in a device approved by the International Maritime Organization. Shipboard incinerators must comply with MARPOL regulations.