- Small Hospitals
- Community Clinics
- Poultry Farms
- Dialysis Clinics
- Blood Banks
- Physicians’ Offices
- Dental Offices
- Centers for Disease Control
- Acute Psychiatric Facilities
- Outpatient Surgical Facilities
- Health Maintenance Organizations
- Home Health Agencies
- Hospice Agencies
- Animal Cremation
- Disaster Relief Operations
- Police Departments
- Military Bases
- Veterinary Clinics
MediBurn Control Panel
The electronic Mediburn control system automatically goes through the burn cycle with minimal operator input. The upper chamber pre-heats before the waste is burnt. Automatic door locking feature for safe loading and unloading of ash. Multi-lingual support is available.
The control panel is used to control and monitor the incinerator. The display can be switched to show either the remaining incineration time or the temperature of the incineration gases. The control panel has indication lamps that show when each diesel burner is in operation.
The automated system makes using MediBurn as easy as using a household microwave. The solid-state design makes it easier to service in the field (compared to PLC units).
Drug Drop-Off Box
Elastec manufactures drug drop-off boxes that can be used in conjunction with either our Drug Terminator or Mediburn for take-back programs. The boxes can be set up at locations to collect expired and unused prescription drugs so that they can safely be incinerated. Our drug drop-off boxes can be painted or wrapped with graphics to suit the needs of your location. Each box has a lockable deposit door, retrieval door for emptying, and 4 bolt anchor holes in the base. Contact us for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is medical waste?
Any waste that is generated as a by-product of healthcare work is considered medical waste. This would include syringes, used gauze, soiled linens, and any other material that comes in contact with the body during diagnosis, research, or treatment.
Is my waste hazardous?
Under environmental legislation, waste is considered hazardous when it contains substances or has properties that make it harmful to human health or the environment. This can include items like gloves, aprons, gowns, syringes, IVs, bandages, and gauze.
What temperature does the unit reach?
It burns at 1,900F (1,000C) and can reach temperatures above 2,200F (1,250C)
What electrical hookup is required?
It needs a 220v, single phase power connection. It can work with 50 or 60Hz. It also requires diesel fuel for operation.
Can MediBurn be used to incinerate infectious waste from an Ebola outbreak?
Yes. Elastec’s MediBurn has proven itself in eliminating infectious medical waste in locations ranging from Sudan to the South Pacific, in remote healthcare facilities and developing countries on every continent but Antarctica. Agencies ranging from UNICEF to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control have found the units helpful in fighting infectious disease.
How big is the fuel tank and how much fuel does it use?
The on-board fuel tank holds 40 gallons. It uses 2-3 gallons per hour.
How hard is this unit to operate?
It is very easy to operate with little or no training. The control system is simple to understand and repairs/maintenance can be done with basic mechanical skills. Technical support is always available by phone or email.