Animal Cremator 3.1 Animal and Pathological waste cremator

A50B - Bulk Animal Cremator -

Pyrotec Animal 3.1

The Pyrotec AP is a modern incinerator designed to burn animal and pathological waste in a clean and environmentally safe manner. Recuperating heat from the combustion process within a multi-pass secondary chamber beneath the crematory hearth makes the Pyrotec AP Hot Hearth Incinerator ideal for the incineration of animals, pathological and high moisture content waste. Suitable for animal crematoria, veterinary centres, research companies, abattoirs, agricultural establishments and hospitals. It is equipped with the necessary sophistication of control, secondary chamber volume, manual or automatic loading options and chimney.

  Models:    AP25, AP50, AP75, AP100, AP150 and AP200
  Waste Type:    Animal waste – Calorific value 1,000 KCal/Kg, moisture content 85%, bulk density 700Kg/m³.

  Type 4 waste – calorific value 555 KCal/Kg, moisture content 85%, bulk density 700 Kg/m³.

  Type 3 – calorific value 1,388 KCal/Kg, moisture content 70%, bulk density 500 Kg/m³.

  Construction:    Mild steel fabrication construction using 6mm steel plate suitably braced and stiffened.
  Refractory:  Hot face material 1,400ºC quality 115mm thick, backed by 76mm of Calcium silicate insulation.
 Secondary Chamber – Hot face material 1,600ºC quality 115mm thick, backed by 76mm Calcium silicate insulation.

Crematory hearth – Super strength refractory 100mm thick.

  Fuel:   Natural gas, LP gas or 35 seconds fuel oil.
  Electrical Supply:

  220/240 Volt. 1 phase. 50/60Hz – manual loading AP25 and AP50 only.

  380/440 Volt. 3 phase. 50/60Hz – remainder.


Automatic package burners complete with electric ignition and flame failure control complete with all necessary valves, motors and integral continuous running fan. Time clock or temperature controlled (automatic loading) to provide optimum combustion conditions, secondary chamber temperatures and fuel economy.

  Primary Chamber: one to four @ 100,000-200,000 KCal/Hr on/off control, sized to suit model.
  Secondary Chamber: one to two @ 200,000 KCal/Hr on/off control, (high/low control, automatic loading) sized to suit model.
  Fans   All combustion and cooling air is provided by manually adjusted or automatically controlled (automatic loading) centrifugal fans which provide air to nozzles strategically located throughout the combustion chambers to ensure complete optimum conditions.
  Finish   Two coats of primer followed by two coats of enamel finish in burgundy.
 Control Panel

  Automatic control system built to IEC Standards incorporating PLC controller, as necessary, providing all automatic plant functions and incorporating the following sequences.

  1. Preheat
  2. Burn cycle
  3. Automatic loading (when fitted)
  4. Burndown
  5. Cooldown

  The control panel will be equipped with an active mimic diagram showing operating status of the plant together with temperature indication of primary and secondary chambers (automatic loading). Manual loading, temperature indication only.


  Manual Loading

  Front mounted hinged opening door complete with safety interlock and observation port.

  Automatic Loading

  Hydraulically powered automatic fully sequenced ram loader designed to operate in unison with the incinerator operation with programmable time and temperature operating sequence to ensure maximum throughput. Water sprays around the loader throat to quench the ram face following each loading sequence.

  Loading/ash removal door

 Located to give access for ash removal from the main combustion chamber a refractory lined hinged door with locking handle will be provided.

  Exhaust System

  An induced draught fan system will be employed to overcome system resistance and provide balanced combustion conditions, discharging the exhaust gases into the chimney.


Incinerator mounted manufactured from mild steel, built to BS4076.


  Electrical wiring will be carried out in PVC covered cable, run on cable trays.

  Fuel Piping

  Fuel piping between the burners will be completed terminating in a single connection point on the incinerator.