WASTE OIL REFINING
WE CAN PROVIDE TURNKEY USED/WASTE OIL REFINERIES ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD - Over 40 Installations Worldwide
Our plants are designed and engineered to meet all prevailing environmental regulations. Our solutions incorporate high vacuum molecular distillation, with continuous film evaporation and internal condensers to create a highly efficient and environmentally safe system. The design is highly efficient and will extract the impurities from the waste oil yielding a base oil in a variety of viscosities.
Even the residual byproducts from the process are viable products for resale.
Instead of byproduct disposal liability, our process generates additional revenue from the sale of byproducts which can be used as furnace oil, grease, bitumen modifier, water proofing compound, asphalt flux, and other applications.
Our process has met environmental standards in many countries and is endorsed by governments including the National Research & Development Corporation (NRDC) of India and the Ministry of Environment of Singapore.
Our proprietary systems do not utilize typical clay technology. Our systems utilize distillation processes and incorporated electric ionization filters to minimize any emissions and air pollution. The systems can be engineered from 100 to 2,000+ liters per hour of throughput.
Our process maximizes the saleable products to 95% of the input material. This efficiency figure is conservatively 15%-20% higher than traditional clay technology. The higher process efficiencies result in increased top line revenue and bottom line profits.
Our process is modular and flexible in its operation. It is ideal for use with lubricating oils containing high amount of additives such as synthetic oils. These types of waste oils are very difficult to process by acid –clay technology. Additionally, our plants can process used transformer oils, turbine oils, hydraulic oils, etc. The plant is modular in order to expand capacity of the plant, as needed. Common storage, infrastructure, testing facilities, and additional distillation modules can be added.
The oil recovery plant can receive waste lubricating oils and mineral oils as raw material and convert those into higher value base oils. This used oil may be from typical waste streams from oil change garages, service stations and mechanic shops, as well as waste oils from a variety of industrial machinery applications. Typical used oil may contain any combination of water, diluents, solid particles from rust and corrosion, dirt, and other suspended and/or dissolved impurities.
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