Transportable Disease Control incinerator Units (DCU)
Incinerators for hazardous infected materials
Incineration is an important procedure for waste in case of disease control.
Any kind of hazardous materials can be burnt in a sterile incineration process.
In case of an outbreak is primarily the safety and reliability of an incinerator the most important requirement.
The plant concept based on durability because maintenance and maintenance under disease conditions are difficult for the operators at site.
Therefore we have developed this special disease control incineration unit.
THERMAL DESTRUCTION of hazardous materials combines high temperature, long residence time and high turbulence together with an efficient fuel management system to ensure that hazardous materials are efficiently destroyed.
Hazardous materials, when heated to a very high temperature undergoes predictable physical and chemical changes.
The high temperature, that is over 1000°C prevents the formation of complex organic molecules and breaks down organics into gas. These primary molecules are stable at that temperature. The oven of our system is capable of burning the waste at a temperature of 900 to 1300°C to deprive the breeding ground of any form of disease.
The rule for effective disease control is, the more toxic the material, the higher the burning temperature needs to be.
Measures for the prevention and control of communicable diseases
The early recognition and detection of the first cases of the disease, discovery and elimination of sources of infection and the prevention of a further spread of the disease are core pieces of disease control.
The most important measures
1. determination and elimination of the source of the infection, 2. reporting of disease and of suspected disease as well as diagnosis as soon as possible, 3. isolation of diseased, suspicious persons, contact persons, 4. disinfection, sterilization and disinfestation, 5. information and rules of conduct for persons affected and vulnerable, 6. measures on environmental hygiene (drinking water, food, waste disposal, etc.), 7. cremation of deceased to prevent a further spread of the disease, 8. vaccinations against the pathogen.
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OUR TRANSPORTABLE SOLUTION FOR DISEASE CONTROL
The disease control unit (DCU) can be put anywhere into operation and has an excellent combustion capacity with a very big volume of the incineration chambers.
The whole unit consists of four segments, where the basic unit consists of a combustion unit with an chimney and supply unit.
In the case of an outbreak like Ebola it is primarily the safety and reliability of an incinerator the most important requirement.
The systems are available with short delivery times...