Is an Air Burner the same as a Containerized Incinerator?
Air Curtain Burners (ACBs) and containerized incinerators each have their own particular operating objective:
- A containerized incinerator is a machine that uses a fuel source to create heat and burns the waste at a high temperature reducing it to bottom ash.
- An air curtain burner is a machine that reduces smoke, aka particulate matter while burning waste materials. Since the waste material is the fuel source, the burn is natural—in other words, the air curtain burner (ACB) requires no external secondary fuel source to create the heat and reduce the waste to ash.
Both machines eliminate waste. But the containerized incinerator relies on a secondary fuel source to generate heat and burn the waste. In contrast, ACB generates heat by trapping trap smoke and particulates to reduce the waste to ash.
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