|Minimum Order Quantity||1 PIECE|
|Automation Grade||Semi Automatic|
|Usage/Application||Soybean Oil, Peanut Oil, Sunflower Oil, Cotton Seed Oil, Palm Fruit Oil, Converting Used Lubrication|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
As EPC contractor, we undertake all the activities from design, procurement, construction, commissioning to handover of the complete re-refinery plant to our esteemed customers.
Every re-refinery plant customer has custom requirement. We implement the latest 3-D modeling tools to design every re-refinery plant. This enables us to complete the entire plant building procedure in the most accurate and timely manner. Our tested and proven Re-Refining plant process technology provides maximum yield from the used waste lube oil, Engine oil, lubricant (Black Oil) in an environmentally friendly manner. The process plants that we build for you are pre-assembled, pre-insulated, pre-wired and ready for installation and commissioning.
Oil re-refinery plant company like BIOTEXUS has developed state-of-the-art, proprietary technology known as ADVANCE-Wiped-Film-Evaporation (AWFE) to produce higher process efficiencies by minimizing bottom components and maximizing reclamation/regeneration of the useful ingredients from the used lube oil. AWFE technology can extend the yields of saleable products up to 95% – 97% of the used oil feed. The high yield in the AWFE process is due to innovative equipment design and design optimizations of the process. AWFE process is acid-free, solvent-free, and sludge-free. The bottom residue generated in the process can also be sold as a finished product, such as an asphalt/bitumen modifier. AWFE adapts very well to feedstock variabilities such as used lube oils containing a high amount of water, low boilers, additives, transformer oils, turbine oils, and hydraulic and synthetic oils.
Complete Automation, PLC Control, and SCADA-based process enable a safe and smooth plant operation with minimum manpower, in an environment-friendly manner.
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