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Incineration

Historically incinerators were simple burning boxes with external combustion blowers and burners. Construction sites in some locations still use portable burning devices and trenches when clearing land.

Current systems involve sophisticated controls along with environmental and safety considerations. Stationery incineration techniques usually involve heat recovery schemes. Thermal oxidisers using catalytic and indirect heat exchangers give back energy after incineration.

AirEng designs and manufactures customised and tailored air-movement solutions specific to your required application. Contact us to request a quote for incineration fans & blowers.

Incineration

Historically incinerators were simple burning boxes with external combustion blowers and burners. Construction sites in some locations still use portable burning devices and trenches when clearing land.

Current systems involve sophisticated controls along with environmental and safety considerations. Stationery incineration techniques usually involve heat recovery schemes. Thermal oxidisers using catalytic and indirect heat exchangers give back energy after incineration.

AirEng designs and manufactures customised and tailored air-movement solutions specific to your required application. Contact us to request a quote for incineration fans & blowers.

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