Atlas-Danmark Expands Line Of Sludge/Waste Incinerators

—Catalog Available Atlas-Danmark Marine and Offshore of Denmark has expanded its sludge and solid-waste incinerator line with the addition of three advanced series of incinerators with increased capacity and flexibility. The units employ new high efficient combustion technology, making substantial cuts in production costs possible.

The newly developed Atlas Combi Tubon, Atlas Maxi, and Atlas Maxi Tubon types of incinerators will be marketed jointly with the well-known ASWI 402 program. The expanded incinerator line covers capacities ranging from 200,000 kcal/h to 1,500,000 kcal/h, and allows any proportion between sludge and solid waste.

The maximum capacity of solid waste is 12,000 kg per day, and the corresponding figure for oil and sewage sludge is 7,200 kg per day. The incinerator program comprises both units for simultaneous combustion of solid waste and sludge and units for combustion of either only.

The incinerators can be ordered with devices for automatic waste feeding, ash removal and heat recovery. Waste heat may be employed for the production of freshwater in an Atlas-Danmark Freshwater Generator as supplement to the freshwater normally produced by utilizing the waste heat in the jacket cooling water from the ship's diesel engines and/or the exhaust gas.

Atlas-Danmark Freshwater Generators operating on waste heat have capacities ranging from 1 to 1,000 tons per day.

For a free copy of a full-color catalog available from Atlas-Danmark on their expanded line of incinerators, Circle 143 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 97,  Jun 1986

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