The IncinerPro r models are a range of incinerators with the main rotary combustion chamber and is recommended for the incineration of waste with a high amount of humidity or low calorific value (e.g. egg shells, slaughterhouse animal waste etc.).



  • 2 combustion chambers (main and post-combustion), in order to be fully consistent with the requirements of EC Regulation 1069/2009 and EU 142/2011

  • The main combustion chamber is rotary, allowing the incineration of the waste with low calorific power, by its automatic mixing during the combustion process

  • Fully automated burners, independent, in each combustion chamber of the incinerator

  • Control panel with touch-screen technology

  • Automated programming and control system for combustion parameters and cycles

  • Visual and audible alarm system

  • Refractory concrete resistant to high temperatures (1,500 ° C)

  • Thermocouples for keeping temperatures at set values

  • Double ventilated chimney

  • Loading doors with safety system against accidental closing


  • Automatic loading system with waste

IncinerPro i150
Loading method front
Primary chamber volume
Load capacity
Burn rate  depending on model, waste
Gas retention time min. 2 sec. at min. 850 °C
Overall dimensions (L x l x h)

Burning rate, load capacity, fuel and current consumption are parameters that depend on the waste (type, volume, animal species and age, animal waste age, humidity, density, how it was mixed), incinerator loading mode, technical state of the burners and incinerator, fuel quality.


It is very important to understand that the burning rate is heavily influenced by many parameters. Because there are no 2 identical waste batches, the operator(s) must try to load a mixture of different animal wastes for a better incineration process.  A correct mixture of waste will ensure better burning rate and lower fuel consumption.

Please read the instructions carefully and follow our technical advice as much as possible. Burning process in an animal waste incinerator is different from burning process in a boiler (where only fuel is burned).