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Post Combustion Unit
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Specifications subject to change without notice.
The burn-off process involves heating of the substrate to 300-400C which induces a slow decomposition that enables carbonization of the organic matter starting from 320C. The released smoke travels through an afterburner chamber operating in the range of 750-900C. Because the smoke is completely oxidized in the afterburner, no harmful contaminates are emitted to the atmosphere. After the automatic cycle is complete, normally after 3-8 hours, all that remains is an organic ash. With burn-off ovens environmental impact is minimized and operator safety is maximized.
Designed and manufactured to Custom sizes.
Either electrically heated or gas fired. Custom controls and sizes available.