Traditional methods of disposal are now becoming unacceptable
Gas fired (LPG) and requires no electricity
Eliminates the spread of disease to other locations
High Temperature reduces carcasses to fine ash
No land space wasted for burial
Eliminates water table contamination
Reduces the attraction of flies and vermin
Incineration is now considered the most hygienic method of disposal of animal carcasses
Conforms to Defra and European Type Approval of low capacity incinerators
Typical burn rate (Kg/Hr) 35/40
Incinerator technical specification
Make: Poultry Incinerator Model: 002 LGE-SC
Complies with Local Planning Permission and Bylaws.
For more details download our Norfolk Incinerator Manual and please contact us for a full technical specification.
Make: Incinerator Shed Model: BL960
We recommend incinerators are enclosed for safety, so we provide an incinerator shed. This comes prefabricated, flat pack and it is easy to install.
We have found the Bio-Sparge to be reliable, user friendly, effective and with a great back up service provided by Bodo Limited. It is used for the Royal Norfolk Show where there are approximately 800 to 1000 vehicle movements on the gates. We have two Bio-Sparges one is position on the sheep entrance and the other on the cattle, goat and pigs entrance. When looking at other solutions we found the Bio-Sparge to be the most simplistic and effective product on the market. We also like the fact that it is portable and can be moved easily to other entrances we have at the show.
- Stephen Hood, Venue and Estates Manager, Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association
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