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Stationary incinerators

SIBF Incinerator Units

are combustion- and flue gas cleaning/filter plants with an excellent combustion capacity.

Key figures




Up to 5000 kg/h

Type of plant

Combustion grate system


Automated feeding and slag extraction

Suitable for

Domestic waste and hazardous waste like:
industrial waste, medical waste, chemical residues that are solid and paste-like up to 30% moisture content.


Heat recovery system

Tailor made boiler system

Flue gas volume

1000 kg/h waste

Up to 9600 Nm3/h

2000 kg/h waste

Up to 19200 Nm3/h

3000 kg/h waste

Up to 29000 Nm3/h

5000 kg/h waste

Up to 48000 Nm3/h


Up to 40 barg at 400 °C

Steam flow

1000 kg/h waste

Up to 4,1 t/h

2000 kg/h waste

Up to 8,2 t/h

3000 kg/h waste

Up to 12,4 t/h

5000 kg/h waste

Up to 21,0 t/h

Generated electricity

1000 kg/h waste

Up to 850 kW

2000 kg/h waste

Up to 2,0 MW

3000 kg/h waste

Up to 3,1 MW

5000 kg/h waste

Up to 4,4 MW

Each incineration system will be adapted to the project requirements. The data indicated on the table are reference values.
Subject to change.


  • Installation of a plant is easy
  • Automatic ash discharging: safe technology
  • Continuous incineration
  • Post combustion section: elimination of odour and organic matters
  • Lining: resistant against wear, high heat storage, low heat emission of the furnace
  • Easy operability: automatic function control
  • Low maintenance: all important components are clearly arranged and easy to access
  • Made in Germany quality: long-life cycle


Two stage incineration for low emission values
The incinerator is equipped with an EC standard filter system (see flue gas cleaning system).


Through a chute, the waste reaches the heart of the furnace, the combustion grate.

Oven of a combustion plant

Depending on the application, a suitable system is selected from a wide range of variants, such as roller grate, feed grate or reciprocating grate. The design of the combustion grate as well as the movement of the individual grate bars or grate rollers intensively mixes the waste introduced. An even and sufficient air supply from below, with the air required for combustion (primary air), produces an excellent burnout. The slag is removed by a discharge system suitable for the application.

Main combustion section
Temperature: 850 °C
Residence time of waste: 30–60 minutes

The flue gas from the main combustion section can contain not burnt components. Therefor the combustion chamber above the grate forms the reaction chamber for further combustion of the resulting gases. To ensure that combustion is as complete as possible, further combustion air (secondary air) and, if necessary, recirculated flue gas are injected in a targeted manner. That ensures the complete combustion of all smell and organic components. The selected residence time of the flue gas will be 2 seconds at up to 1.100 °C.

Post combustion section

Temperature: 1.100 °C
Residence time of flue gas: > 2 seconds

The incinerator is equipped with an EC standard filter system (flue gas cleaning system)


A heat exchanger as a modular part of the incineration system.

It will cool the flue gas down to a temperature of averagely 200-230 °C.

The advantages are that this facility do not require water consumption with a very low cooling air requirement and high energy output via the cooling air. This cooling air could now be used for process heat or whatever, or simply released into the atmosphere via a chimney, mixed with cold air, for example through a natural air draft at the chimney.

The hot and cold gas areas (flue gas/cooling air) are completely separated from each other.
All flue gas areas can be changed easily, in case of a maintenance.
Especially the cooling tubes are very easy to change.

It is a patented design (DPMA).

An external insulation is required. 


The hot flue gas from the combustion plant is cooled down in a boiler casing to about 400 °C.

We install the boiler walls within the combustion chamber or as a separate system.

Depending on the local requirement and on the final engineering needs.

Therefore every boiler is tailor made product.

Upon request, we design a tailor made solution for you!


A gas treatment system by means of a standard dry sorption system in accordance with EC regulation will be installed in our incineration plants.

The design of the flue gas cleaning system can vary according to the waste characteristic and the waste volume.

Each filter system will be adapted to the local requirements. Such systems can be composed of an additive dosing system, a bag filter system or a ceramic filter system and a draft fan.

The additive can be varied according to waste characteristics. Mostly sodium bicarbonate is indicated, with addition of activated carbon. This additive can be stored in big bags and can be feed by an air conveyor system. The sodium bicarbonate is an efficient reagent to remove SO2, HCl and HF. The activated carbon removes heavy metals and dioxin.

The products from the neutralization reaction are removed by a filter with bag filter or ceramic filter elements. The filter will be cleaned periodically through pressurized air impulses.

Filter unit with bag filters for a stationary combustion plant

Of course, each system has its own limits. 

These are the maximum weight percent of the fuel for Chlorine <0.6 % wt, Sulphur: <0.3 % wt and Nitrogen: <0.9 % wt in order to comply with the European emission limit values by using the dry sorption system. (wt means weight percent). 

Therefore our plants are equipped with a bypass system for the connection of an additional flue gas scrubber. This ensures easy retrofitting. 

The advantage is obvious. We will protect you from unnecessary expenses if, for example, the waste composition is not clarified or its use changes.



Usable for automated combustion plant.

Envisaged analyses could be HCL, CL2, NOX, SOX, CO and TOC. The operation frequency can be either continuous operation or activation at a predefined frequency or upon demand.


Construction according to DIN/EN
Electrical parts according to VDE
Documentation according to DIN
DIN EN 746
Burner section according to DIN 4788


Compact design


All important parts are easy to access, rigid construction and standard components, high quality refractory lining.


Low energy consumption due to high heat storage capacity of high quality concrete refractory lining & insulation.


Additive (e.g. sodiumbicarbonate)
Activated carbon (if necessary)
Compressed air
Electrical power


Amunitions and other explosives
Lightning amunition
Akkus und Batteries
Mercury containing thermometer
PVC, only smaller amounts per feeding sequence


We can send supervisors for mechanical and for electrical erection during the local erection period. We recommend this service specifically to avoid errors during errection and commissioning that can cause damage to the plant.


Layout drawing
Process flow diagram
Hazard analysis
Human factors safety analysis
Process safety analysis
Instruction manual in English
List of components
Power consumption list
Spare parts list
Wear parts list
Heating-Up instruction


Additional access, stairs, etc. if necessary
Big bags for residuals
Civil works (also civil works drawings must be prepared locally acc. to local legal regulations)
Connection to the Control Cabinet
Consumables supply, including compressed air
Emission measurements if necessary
Electric Power
Lightning protection if necessary
Local approvals and permissions
Main electrical cabling to the control system
Official permits to install and operate the system
Oil and lubricants, except the first filling
Scaffolding, lifting devices, cranes, if necessary
Transportation and customs clearance
Unloading of equipment

Subject to change.