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Incinerate hazardous waste and comply with emission regulations

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This firm develops and builds incinerators, based on the natural draft principle, for incinerating hospital, slaughterhouse and other hazardous wastes. Furnaces are made from massive steel construction, which is lined with several layers of fire-resistant insulation (refractory that is heat resistant up to 1,400°C). Incinerators have capacities from 5 to 500 kg/h, and comply with the current emission guidelines according to Directive 2000/76/EC and 17.BlmSchV. Hall 9.2, Stand A26 — Incinis GmbH, Graz, Austria

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