Oil distillation plant, get high quality diesel/gasoline from waste oil

As we know, the crude oil from the waste tire/plastic pyrolysis plant is not so good, many customers want to know if there a way to improve the quality of crude oil. The answer is yes. The waste recycling equipment of our company includes three parts, the first part is the pyrolysis plant, you may familiar with this, from this part, the waste tire, plastic or used rubber can be turned into crude oil, but the oil quality is not good. Then, you need the second part equipment, the oil distillation plant to purify the crude oil. After this, the oil you get is much more better. However, if you are still unsatisfied, don’t worry, there is also the third part, color and smell remove system, after this process, the oil you get with good color and no pungent smell. Here, i will specially introduce you the second part, oil distillation plant.

Product information:

Items Contents
Raw material Waste tire oil  waste engine oil  waste plastic oil
Structure form Horizontal
Operating pressure Constant pressure
Heating material Coal, charcoal, fuel gas, fuel oil
Average out-put oil rate 90%
Material of reactor Q245R&Q345R boiler plate
Thickness of reactor 16mm
Mode of cooling Water cooling
Power in total 21kw
Life 5-6 years

Working process:

Feed liquid crude oil → heating →catalytic cracking → fractionation →cooling liquid →decompression → flammable gas recovery → flammable gas combustion  → desulfurization

Oil yield of different material:

Name Oil yield
Waste engine oil 85%-90%
Waste plastic oil 90%
Waste tire oil 85%-90%

Final product and usage:

Name Usage
Fuel oil Use for generator make electricity
Waste gas Recycle to furnace for heating reactor
Slag Put into the furnace for heating reactor

As you can see, the working process of oil distillation plant, flammable gas and slag could be recycled for heating reactor, by this, pollution can be avoided, and also saving energy, reducing costs. These are the advantages of our equipment. If you have any questions, or need more details, please contact us.


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