Xinxiang Huayin distillation machine, turn used motor oil to diesel and gasoline

In modern cities, when you walking on the street, the most staff you see are all kinds of vehicles, they need change motor oil several times every single year. More cars, more used motor oil, you can not just throw used oil away, for it will produce serious pollution to the environment. Many people may don’t know how to deal with used motor oil, or most people do not care about this problem. However, recent years, more and more people invested in used oil recycle, because they find this is a project with great profits, both for the investors and our environment.
Oil distillation, is also called oil refinery technology. It is an industrial process plant that crude oil is processed and refined into more useful products such as petroleum naphtha, gasoline, diesel, asphalt base, heating oil, kerosene, and liquefied petroleum gas. Xinxiang Huayin used oil distillation machine is used to refine motor oil to diesel and gasoline with great financial profits.

Used oil distillation machine specification:

 

Items Contents
Raw material Waste engine oil
Waste plastic oil
Waste tire   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 21 KW
Life 5-6 years

 

Raw materials:

 

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

 

Used oil distillation machine working process:

Feed liquid waste oil – heating – catalytic cracking – cracking – fractionation – cooling liquid – decompression – flammable gas recovery – flammable gas combustion – desulfurization


Output products and usage:

 

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

 

 

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