OUR WASTE TREATMENT MACHINE ECODAS T700
Our patented process is designed to shred and sterilize infectious waste to reduce its volume, and render its components unrecognizable all in one fully enclosed and automated, stainless steel, system. It combines shredding, direct steam and high pressure to treat infectious materials.
The contaminated waste is loaded into the upper chamber where a heavy-duty, high-torque, low speed shredder reduces the waste into small pieces.
Using gravity, the processed material drop into the lower treatment chamber, where every particle is steam heated to 138°C (280 F) and pressurized to 3.5 bar for 10 minutes. The operating and treatment conditions are continuously monitored and validated to achieve complete sterilization (Microbial inactivation = 108).
After the cooling process, the final product is volume-reduced (by up to 80 %), rendered unrecognizable and safe to recycle or to dispose as ordinary municipal waste.
The 30 minutes duration of an average cycle process is fully automated and totally monitored. A computerized control system scans the process and automatically prints a batch report at the end of each cycle with the essential sterilizing parameters for accurate record keeping.
|Dimensions ( L x l x H ),cm
Dimensions ( L x W x H ),ft
|490x 460x 520
16.1x 15.1 x 17.1
|Max weight when filled with water For a special hydraulic test,Kg||4700|
|Max Steam Flow Kg/h||230|
|Electricity 380V /3-Phase||20 kW|
|Average Cycle Time. Minutes||30|
|Process Volume Capacity. Liters||700|
|Average Waste Density. Kg/m3||100 – 150 KG/M3|
|Average Process Weight Capacity. Kg/cycle
Average Process Weight Capacity. lb/cycle
|Waste Volume Reduction||80%|
CONSUMPTION / CYCLE
7. & 8. Unloading
|Site Dimensions||40 M²|
|Average Cycle Time Load to Load||30 MIN|
|Volume Capacity||700 LITERS|
|Average Process Weight Capacity||70– 105KG/CYCLE|
|NUMBER OF SHIFTS||AVERAGE ANNUAL MACHINE CAPACITY|
|1Shift – 40 hrs/wk||364 T|
|2Shifts – 80 hrs/wk||728 T|
|3Shifts – 120hrs/wk||1092 T|
EXAMPLE OF ACHIEVEMENTS
CERTIFICATIONS / APPROVALS
The ECODAS process has an attestation of conformity issued by the LNE: