chamber and burner shall be designed to maintain a minimum combustion temperature of at least 760 to 870 C
(1400 to 1600 F). The ash-removal system shall consist of the automatic continuous removal of the ash into an ashquench
pit where cooled by water and removed by conveyor.
Secondary combustion chamber shall be a solid-walled and -floored, horizontal, refractory-lined cylinder type
incinerator designed to oxidize (or burn) the organic vapors and gases. Burner and combustion air controls shall be
fully automatic comprising of, as a minimum, electronic ignition and all necessary interlocks and safety devices to
provide safe operation. The chamber and burner shall be designed to maintain a minimum combustion temperature
of at least 930 to 1200 C (1700 to 2200 F) with a minimum gas residence (or dwell) time of 2.0 seconds. The ashremoval
system shall consist of, as a minimum, the direct manual removal into a dry collection hopper.
Cyclone air filters shall be provided to remove the larger particulates. Cyclone air separators may be provided with
powered fans to increase the velocity of the gases inside the cyclone to improve the collection efficiency for smaller
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