Three standard capacities – one high quality
(approximately 300kg capacity) This machine has been designed for smaller poultry units, sheep farms and is popular within the pet cremation industry Drop fronted option
(approximately 500kg capacity) Designed for incinerating larger sheep, use on broiler farms, pig fattening units and pet cremation Drop fronted option
(approximately 750kg capacity) Ideal for the pig industry and is more than capable of dealing with the largest of sows, or larger broiler units of up to 350,000. Drop fronted option
01789 766 649 We can also custom make an Incinerator to fit any space you have available and to meet your individual requirements for animal carcass or carcass parts incineration, including sheep, pigs, poultry, fish, butchered waste and pet cremation.
Standard Features on all modelsAll Newbourne incinerators comply with Government and EU ABPR(EC) No. 1774/2002 rulings, burning up to 50 kg per hour, making them low capacity so that, in most cases, they do not need planning permission. The after-burner reaches a temperature of 850 °C before the main chamber fires and then retains the emissions for approximately 2.1 seconds, burning them off to exhaust clean hot air.
A touch screen control panel makes for ease of use and incorporates a data-logging feature for temperature recording to DEFRA standards.
- 10mm steel used in the construction of the main chamber
- 225mm thick walls to retain the heat
- 150mm Fibre Modules with 1430⁰c capacity used in the after chamber
- 1600⁰c Refractory Concrete used in the construction of the main chamber
- Electric winch for ease of lifting the lid
- Data Logging incorporated within the control panel
- Ability to pulse burn saving fuel
- The temperature is automatically raised at the end of the burn to ensure a clean burn
- Each model can be fitted with either a standard lid or a dropped front lid making it easier for loading and emptying.
- Fully DEFRA / DARD compliant
Designed to bring practical advantages
The main chamber of the incinerators is constructed using 10mm steel plate, twice the 5mm used by other manufacturers. For just a little extra cost, this adds greater strength and considerably prolongs the life of the machine. Inside walls are lined with calcium silicate boards, combined with a ceramic thermal blanket and a castable refactory lining. Finally, a hot face 1600 °C refactory lining brings the total wall thickness to 225 mm.
The heat is retained in the heart of the chamber, burning the carcass material. 50% less fuel is used than some competitive designs with only 75 mm walls that loose more heat and consequently use more fuel. Also, with Newbourne incinerators, the outer steel casing remains relatively cool, allowing the use of a high quality powder-coat finish that gives long-life protection from the elements.
A touch screen control panel makes for ease of use. After setting the temperature for the main chamber, (the after burner being factory set), the hours are set and the start button pressed. Everything after this is controlled automatically.
The after burner lights and quickly rises to 850 °C, prior to the main chamber lighting and heating up to burn complete carcasses or carcass waste. Once alight, fats and oils from the carcass self-combust and take over as fuel, the burners cutting out and only relighting, automatically, when the temperature falls below a pre-set limit. This process is called pulse burning and greatly increases fuel efficiency.
The last stage of burning can be set to automatically rise to a greater temperature ensuring a good clean burn is achieved. The fan will keep running during the last cycle, cooling the incinerator until the temperature drops to a pre-set 50 °C and then cuts out.This not only cools the machine for emptying, but prevents the danger of thermal shock damaging the refactory lining.
There is also a data logging feature to the control panel that allows automatic temperature recording of every tenth burn at two hour periods, as required by DEFRA. The operator can also retrieve the four last recordings for analysis.
All lids are raised and lowered by an electric winch, controlled by a 2-way switch on the control panel. The lid is domed to prevent water settling on top, when closed, to inhibit rust formation and prevent water running onto the operator, as found with a flat, counter balanced lid.