Addfields’ unrivalled range of medical incinerators are installed in hospitals around the world. What is the difference between a Clinical hospital incinerator and Medical pathological one? Learn more here.
Medical incineration is the safest solution for disposing of coronavirus vaccine waste such as needles and glass vials. Visit Addfield to learn more.
You will find Addfield incinerators still in operation more that 20 years after installation. One of the main reasons for this is our industry leading brick based refractory. What else should you look out for when investing in a new machine?
A new interactive training portal is now available from addfield to guide you through installing and commisioning your new incinerator.
Following years of successful operation Addfield have been selected to provide additional medical incinerators for the Ivory Coast.
Addfield have recently supported the international aid efforts across Cambodia with the delivery and installation of 8 medical incinerators.
Medical incinerator manufacturer recognised by international aid agencies for their high standards and quality.
As the Coronavirus continues to reach Pandemic status. Just what is a Pandemic and how can a medical incinerator prevent the coronavirus from spreading further?
Introducing the C200 high capacity medical waste incinerator, having a 200kg per hour burn rate for safely disposing of hazardous and biomeical clinical hospital waste.
Business Development Director James Grant delivers an information packed presentation to a packed lecture theatre about the future of Waste to Energy and the ways in which Addfield is supporting the development for our customers.