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New Pyrolysis based Sanatory Pad Incinerator (Version 4)

December 19, 2017

Sanitary Napkin Incinerator  (Version 4)

A novel incineration device has been developed that uses pyrolysis to decompose sanitary napkins into hydrocarbon vapours and combustible gases along with some non-combustible gases and char. These vapours and gases are made to pass over high temperature electric coils (>500 degC) where they auto-ignite in the presence of oxygen. The heat from the flames partially drives the pyrolysis of remaining sanitary pads. A smoke stack thermocouple sensor feeds back values to a PID controller implemented through a microcontroller to maintain proper pyrolysis and combustion conditions that result in a transparent flue gas exiting from the chimney.

Features :

  1. It completely incinerates 5–20 used sanitary napkins in less than 30 min.
  2. A provisional patent has been filed.
  • Unit is successfully lab tested for 500+ pads as lab trial. It is installed in ladies hostel for field testing.
  1. Technology is transferred to M/S Climber Enviro Solutions
    LLP for commercialization of this technology.

Incinerator (JPEG)

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2 comments

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    On 19-Dec-2017 2:14 PM, “Vigyan Ashram(DST Core supported) Blog” wrote:

    Vigyan Ashram (DST core supported blog) posted: “Sanitary Napkin Incinerator (Version 4) A novel incineration device has been developed that uses pyrolysis to decompose sanitary napkins into hydrocarbon vapours and combustible gases along with some non-combustible gases and char. These vapours and gas”



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