Waste is thermally decomposed in the primary chamber at temperatures of 800 °C +. The resulting gaseous products are completely oxidized in the secondary chamber at higher temperatures with sufficient resident moment. A combustion chamber of waste:
* Perfectly tight door for the manual loading of waste. The loading should be Manual, Batch Load
* A burner of light which the use is limited to the ignition of waste.
* Frontage of loading door seals gone up on hinges, wheel of screw plug, flexible joint, and stuffing insulating from refractory.
* The insulation of the combustion chamber should be composed of refractory bricks, having a high content of aluminum and insulates bricks to be able to assure a minimum temperature on the exterior sheet metal.