The i8-250 M from Inciner8 is a large capacity model from the range of specialist “M” incinerators, which are optimized for medical waste disposal. It is possible to customize this model with external cladding, viewing windows, and automatic loading, making it the perfect solution for industries that have to dispose of high volumes of pharmaceutical, medical, or hazardous waste in an efficient and environmentally conscious way.

The large opening of the i8-250 M provides users the best aperture with a top loading design for continuous loading and easy access. This unit benefits from a huge secondary chamber with an afterburner for the re-burn of harmful emissions at over 850 °C with a retention time of 2 seconds. It provides users real economies around all types of medical waste

Typical medical waste applications

  • Nursing homes
  • Dental/cosmetic clinics
  • <400 bed medical facilities
  • Blood banks/collection
  • Medical waste collection

All the incinerators are hand-built in the United Kingdom by time-served welders and fabricators

Inciner8’s award-winning design team is always available to provide their advice and technical know-how to ensure your project gets off the ground without delay. Furthermore, the company can help users with the preparation of planning or permit applications where needed.

Technical specifications

Source: Inciner8 Limited

Operational Specs
Combustion Chamber Volume (m3) 2.40 m3
Burn Rate* up to 150 kg per hour
Average Fuel Consumption 20 - 30 ltrs p/h
Operational Temperature >850 °C
Gas Retention in Secondary Chamber 2 secs
Temperature Monitoring Yes
Average ash residue (%) 3%  
Thermostatic Device Yes
Physical Specs
External Length (mm) 3600 mm
External Width (mm) 1300 mm
External Height (mm) 4410 mm
Door Size (mm) mm
Shipping Weight 6000 kg

For reference only, not to be used for installation purposes. * All burn rates are dependant on the calorific value of the waste being incinerate. Atmospheric conditions,fuel (gas/oil) quality, additonal accessories (autoloader, de-asher) can also have a major impact on actual burn rates.