Treatment and disposal technologies for health care waste

Treatment and disposal technologies for health care waste

Medical Waste Incinerators

HICLOVER 10-500kgs/Hr.Double Combustion Chambers

Single Combustion Chamber

Small, Cheap,10-20kgs/Hr.

Three Combustion Chambers(Optional)

3 Chambers for high risk waste

Pet Cremation Equipment

For Pet(small/big) Cremation Business

Animal Incineration Equipment

For other animal incineration


The forecasted feedstock loads, and daily loading rates are generally summarized as:

• Mixed general, clinical and incinerable hazardous wastes with a wide range of calorific values and densities.   The wastes will consist of 100% biomedical wastes.

• Wastes either small enough to fit within a 60 litre waste sack or broken up or shredded to less than 300mm in size.

• Operation on a daytime shift basis, 5 days per week.

The proposed incinerators shall be able to be completely packed into a series of 20ft export standard sea containers.

“Warranty will be as per the UNOPS ‘contracts for the provision of goods’ under section 4.5 of the ‘general conditions of contract’                                                                                                                                                            4.5 WARRANTIES: Unless otherwise specified in the Contract, in addition to and without limiting any other warranties, remedies or rights of UNOPS stated in or arising under the Contract, the Contractor warrants and represents that:

4.5.1 The goods, including all packaging and packing thereof, conform to the specifications of the Contract, are fit for the purposes for which such goods are ordinarily used and for any purposes expressly made known in writing in the Contract, and shall be of even quality, free from faults and defects in design, material, manufacturer and workmanship;

4.5.2 If the Contractor is not the original manufacturer of the goods, the Contractor shall provide UNOPS with the benefit of all manufacturers’ warranties in addition to any other warranties required to be provided under the Contract;

4.5.3 The goods are of the quality, quantity and description required by the Contract, including when subjected to conditions prevailing in the place of final destination;

The goods are free from any right of claim by any third-party, including claims of infringement of any 4.5.4intellectual property rights, including, but not limited to, patents, copyright and trade secrets;

4.5.5 The goods are new and unused;

4.5.6 All warranties will remain fully valid following any delivery of the goods and for a period of not less than one (1) year following acceptance of the goods by UNOPS in accordance with the Contract;

4.5.7 During any period in which the Contractor’s warranties are effective, upon notice by UNOPS that the goods do not conform to the requirements of the Contract, the Contractor shall promptly and at its own expense correct such non-conformities or, in case of its inability to do so, replace the defective goods with goods of the same or better quality or, at its own cost, remove the defective goods and fully reimburse UNOPS for the purchase price paid for the defective goods; and,

4.5.8 The Contractor shall remain responsive to the needs of UNOPS for any services that may be required in connection with any of the Contractor’s warranties under the Contract.