Portable conveyor systems, quick setup and tear down, modular design, add length up to 100 feet. The Phoenix Animal Carcus Incinerator
Product Incinerator

Safely Incinerate
Animal Carcasses and Remains

Phoenix Animal Incinerator. Safe disposal of animal carcuses and remains. The Phoenix Incinerator is effective for worldwide waste management of Poultry, Birds, and other animal carcasses to protect the public and contain contagious and infectious viruses. It is effective for carcasses infected with:

  • Bird Flu Virus
  • H5N1 Avian Flu
  • SARS
  • Other animal-caused diseases

Other applications of the Phoenix Incineratorr include:

  • Exceptional hog, poultry and animal incineration of all types
  • Industrial waste
  • Food waste
  • Garbage
  • Wood/paper
  • Wide variety of products
  • Excellent for veterinarians, cities, counties, road product incineration
  • Medical waste
  • High temperature incineration
  • Animal carcass incineration
  • Stainless steel incinerator
  • Animal disposal system
  • Farm products incinerator
  • Waste disposal incinerator
  • Farm waste of all types
  • Waste Burner

The Phoenix Incinerator offers high and reliable performance levels, with safe, dependable, user-friendly operation. It is economical to operate, easy to maintain, and can provide years of daily operation. One Phoenix Incinerator can be your bird incinerator, poultry incinerator, animal incinerator, and even your trash incinerator. Perfect for stray animal disposal and diseased animal disposal.
Most importantly, it provides COMPLETE INCINERATION with a minimum of clean, dry, residue ash for disposal.

Available in four models for normal and heavy duty operations, the Phoenix Incinerator meets the demands of day-to-day use in animal crematory facilities. Safely dispose of bird carcasses, poultry carcasses, animal carcasses and many other products with the Phoenix Incinerator.

No installation required; just hookup. Excellent for rural areas of the world. Shipped worldwide.

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