Why Buy Newbourne
All Newbourne Incinerators comply with Government & EU ABPR(EC) No 1069/2009 rulings as they all burn up to 50 kilos per hour, in most cases our incinerators do not require planning permission.
The main chamber of the Incinerator is constructed using 10mm steel plate opposed to 5mm as other manufacturers use. This may cost a little more but puts more strength into the machine and prolongs the life of the incinerator.
The walls are insulated with calcium silicate boards together with a ceramic thermal blanket and castable refractory lining; a hot face 1600˚C lining makes a total of 225mm complete wall thickness. The heat is retained inside the chamber to burn the carcass giving a saving of up to 4-6 litres per hour over other well-known incinerators, a huge saving at today’s fuel prices. This can equate to a saving of up to £60 per tonne incinerated, worked out at 50p per litre of red diesel.
The after chamber lights and quickly rises to 850˚C, once the carcass is alight the fats and oils self-combust and take over as a fuel, the burners will cut out and not relight again until the temperature drops to a pre-set figure. It will then automatically relight to bring the temperature back up, this is called pulse burning, which greatly increases fuel efficiency. Fuel consumption is approximately 4 to 5 litres per hour.
Because the heat is retained inside and does not affect the outer steel casing, we are able to give the machine a high quality powder coat finish, giving protection from the elements.
Easy to Use
A touch screen control panel makes for easy use. After setting the temperature for the main chamber (the after chamber is factory set) the hours are set and start is pressed. Everything after this is automatic. This control panel also incorporates a data logging feature which allows the automatic temperature recording of every tenth burn at two hour periods as per DEFRA requirements.it also allows the operator to retrieve the last 4 recordings.
There is the facility for the temperature to be boosted to a high degree, during the last stage of the burn, allowing a cleaner white ash to be achieved. The fan will keep running during the last cycle cooling the incinerator until the temperature drops to a pre-set 50-degress ˚C and then cuts out. This not only cools the machine for emptying but prevents the danger of thermal shock to the refractory lining of the machine.
The lids of all Newbourne Incinerators are raised and lowered by an electric winch that is controlled by a 2-way switch on the control panel. The lid itself is domed so that water cannot settle on the top when closed to prevent rust inhibition and also prevents water running onto the operator.
All Newbourne Incinerators offer a front opening option
Whilst front opening incinerators are nothing new, Newbourne Incinerators now offer an alternative. The major problems created by front opening incinerators is the concrete lining expands and pushes out, making the door hard to close, creating gaps, allowing oils and fats to run out which encourage vermin and creates a fire risk.
The drop front makes it much easier to load, especially when trying to put carcasses into the back of the incinerator. It also enables better access to remove the ashes.
The drop front gives a reduced loading height of 0.67 metres whilst retaining the overall main chamber height of 1.12 metres. As with all Newbourne Incinerator lids they are opened and closed by an electric winch to give a considerably smaller machine footprint positioning into tighter access areas. Other Incinerator lids are raised by a large counter balance at the rear of the machine making it twice as large or sliding horizontal doors also expanding the size.