Partial List Of Incinerator Suppliers

Air Preheater Co., Inc.; American Schack Co., Inc.; Aqua-Chem, Inc.; BSP Corp., Div. of Envirotech Systems, Inc.; Bartlett-Snow; Beloit-Passavant Corp.; Best Combustion Engrg. Co.; Bethlehem Corp.; Brule Pollution Control Systems; C-E Raymond; Carborundum Co.; Pollution Control Div., Carver-Greenfield Corp.; Coen Co.; Combustion Equipment Assoc. Inc.; Copeland Systems, Inc.; Dally Engineering-Valve Co.; Dorr-Oliver Inc.; Dravo Corp.; Environmental Services Inc.; Envirotech; First Machinery Corp.; Foster Wheeler Corp.; Fuller Co.; Garver-Davis, Inc.; Haveg Industries Inc.; Holden, A. F., Co.; Hubbell, Roth & Clark, Inc.; Intercontek, Inc.; International Pollution Control, Inc.; Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.; Kennedy Van Saun Corp.; Klenz-Aire, Inc.; Koch & Sons, Inc.; Koch Engrg. Co., Inc.; Kubota, Ltd., Chuo-Ku, Tokyo, Japan; Lawler Co., Leavesley Industries; Lurgi Gesellschaft fuer Waerm & ChemotecHnik mbH, 6 Frankfurt (Main) Germany; Maxon Premix Burner Co., Inc.; Melsheimer, T., Co., Inc.; Midland-Ross Corp., RPC Div.; Mid-South Mfg. Corp.; Mine & Smelter Supply Co.; MSI Industries; Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Tokyo, Japan; Monsanto Biodize Systems, Inc.; Monsanto Enviro-Chem Systems Inc.; Nichols Engrg. & Research Corp.; North American Mfg. Co.; Oxy-Catalyst, Inc.; P.D. Proces Engrg. Ltd., Hayes, Middlesex, England; Peabody Engrg. Corp.; Picklands Mather & Co., Prenco Div.; Plibrico Co.; Prenco Mfg. Co.; Pyro Industries, Inc.; Recon Systems Inc.; Renneburg & Sons Co.; Rollins-Purle, Inc.; Ross Engrg. Div., Midland-Ross Corp.; Rotodyne Mfg. Corp.; Rust Engrg. Co., Div. of Litton Industries; Sargent, Inc.; Surface Combustion Div., Midland-Ross Corp.; Swenson, Div. of Whiting Corp.; Tailor & Co., Inc.; Takuma Boiler Mfg. Co., Ltd., Osaka, Japan; Thermal Research & Engrg. Co.; Torrax Systems, Inc.; Vulcan Iron Works, Inc.; Walker Process Equip., Div. of Chicago Bridge & Iron Co.; Westinghouse Water Quality Control Div., Infilco; Zink, John, Co.; Zurn Industries, Inc.

This section describes some of the smaller incinerator units used onsite in domestic, commercial, and industrial applications. Onsite incineration is a simple and convenient means of handling the waste transportation problem since it reduces the volume of disposable waste. Onsite incinerators are smaller and their fuel more predictable in composition than the MSW burned in municipal incinerators. Therefore, this section discusses separately considerations that affect the location, selection, and operating practices of these onsite units.

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