Marine incinerators 

 

Designation: Hansun marine incinerators are designed to dispose solids and oil sludge. It can burn oil sludge, sewage waters, sediments, liquid and solid wastes like plastics, cardboard, alimentary products, etc. It is an important equipment to treat impurities from different vessels and marine platforms. 

Application: passenger, transport vessels, technical fleet, ecological stations.

Marine Technics Group (MT-Group, OOO) is an official representative of Hansun marine incinerators in Russia.

Size range of Hansun  marine incinerators

 

Type

Capacity, kcal/h (kW)

Capacity, kg/h (sludge/ MSW)

Dimensions, mm

Weight,

kg

Notes

1

HSINC-18

180 000 (210)

22,5

30

1324х1910х986

1 440

loading

2

HSINC-50

500 000 (580)

63

60

2230х1530х2200

2 500

loading

3

HSINC-50A

500 000 (580)

63

60

2230х2180х2200

2 869

Continuous solid feeding

4

HSINC-80

800 000 (929)

100

136

3100х2100х2250

5 060

Continuous solid feeding

5

HSINC-100

1 000 000 (1162)

125

140

3400х2100х2300

5 400

Continuous solid feeding

*sludge (20 % water content); solids at class 02 IMO.  

Advantages:

  • touch screen of user’s interface, fully-automated operation;
  • three additional sources of oil heating: stream, electricity and hot oil;
  • optimized combustion and emission control process, fuel saving;
  • reliable communication with main PC;
  • comprehensive supply including spark-arrester, fuel tank, sludge container;
  • certificates:  Russian River Register, Russian Maritime Register of Shipping.

Compliance with classification societies’ requirements

Hansun marine incinerators are approved by RMRS, RRR,IMO-MEPC.244 (66), etc. 

Supply examples

Engineers of Marine Technics carry out engineering design (with Register approval), commissioning start-up works and service maintenance.  

In case of question please contract our specialist from Sales Department (Ecological equipment):
Alexander Tropin
Tel.: +7 (812) 309-46-46, ext. 131
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