Whether you want a low-cost easily portable solution for your operatives to take with them on raids or need a larger machine to process higher volumes of seized narcotics, we have a variety of machines to suit.
Using a cyclonic effect, the Sirocco will destroy seized narcotics waste cleanly and efficiently using no fuel.
One customer in Bolivia purchased 4 trailer mounted i8-75A's for their narcotics department. These are still curently in operation 6 years after their purchase in 2012.
Suitable for the destruction of:
INCINER8 have deployed a number of narcotics incinerators over recent years and see this as a growing market. Incineration is by far the most cost efficient, safest and secure way to destroy narcotics and related contaminated paraphenalia at source. If you have a specific requirement or existing equipment that needs integrating - our team of engineers and designers are on hand to assist.
Many of our incineration solutions can also be used for the destruction of materials contaminated with narcotics found during a raid such as clothing, manufacturing equipment, bags and containers and other chemicals.
We can offer a range of accessories to securely store narcotics during transit - ensuring they are not tampered with or removed. Currently in use by anti-narcotics teams in Bolivia and a number of regional Police forces globally.
The Sirocco normally falls under the following exemption:
CFR 40 60.2887
(p). Units that combust contraband or prohibited goods. Your incineration unit is excluded if the unit is owned or operated by a government agency such as police, customs, agricultural inspection, or a similar agency to destroy only illegal or prohibited goods such as illegal drugs, or agricultural food products that can not be transported into the country or across State lines to prevent bio-contamination. The exclusion does not apply to items either confiscated or incinerated by private, industrial, or commercial entities.
Please consult the local regulations in your region, speak with your local environmental agencies to see what (if any) permits are required. The emissions from the Sirocco will vary depending on the waste being burnt.