3 edition of re-refining of used lubricating oil in New Zealand found in the catalog.
re-refining of used lubricating oil in New Zealand
New Zealand. Dept. of Trade and Industry. Resource Conservation Section.
|Series||Resource conservation series ;, 79/2|
|LC Classifications||TP687 .N48 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||80483225|
The same consumers and businesses that use regular oil also can use re-refined oil, since re-refining simply re-processes used oil into new, high-quality lubricating oil. Any vehicle maintenance facilities, automobile owners, and other machinery maintenance operations that use oil also can use re-refined oil. Re-Refining Process. 1. Used Oil Pick-Up More than actual million gallons of used oil from auto service centers, fast lubes, car dealerships and factories arrives at our re-refineries each year. Both scheduled and emergency pick up service is available. The trucks deliver the used oil and the recycling process begins. 2.
The used lube oil during its service life, picks up, dust, water, metals, carbon, depleted spent additives from the original composition of new lubricant. PETROF REFINING TECHNOLOGIES designs and builds equipment which recovers useable, clean lubricating oils from dirty, used crankcase oils, hydraulic oils, mist oils, and other contaminated. -Reduces new oil purchases-Re-refining is cost – effective process Re-Refining is the only way to state that the oil is "Recycled". Many claim to be in the oil recycling business; but their process, that may involve filtering, blending and distillation of used oil, is not a complete re-refining process.
top cut oil from the PDA process is sent for further refinement by distillation. Generally, this PDA process is not used in India, as it is felt that distillation alone is sufficient. This is the core process for lube oil re-refining. In India, the general practice is to refine waste oil in a batch Size: KB. The used oil industry in South Africa is thriving – out of million litres of new oil sold per annum, million litres is collected for recycling. However, currently only 10% of the used oil collected is re-refined back into base oil, with most being partially processed for fuel oil, to be used .
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THE RE-REFINING OF USED LUBRICATING OILS The lubricating oils used by vehicle engines ha ve to be replaced at least every 20 km.
This oil used to be dumped, but now most of it is re-refined and reused. This is done in a three step process, in which water, solids, li ghter oils, dissolved meta ls, degraded additives etc. are Size: 23KB. The objective of re-refining is to remove the degraded additives and contaminants and to restore the properties of the oil identical to the standards provided by SAE (Society of Automobile Engineers).
Keywords –. Base oil, contaminants, crude oil, lubricating oil, re-refining, SAE standards, used engine oil File Size: KB. Design Aspects of Used Lubricating Oil Re-Refining presents a feasible and comprehensive technology for recycling of used lubricating oils.
This book discusses efficient and effective ways of reusing lubricating oil which, if implemented, will result in a better quality of life, the stability of the environment, the health of national economies and better relationships between nations. Used lubricating oil is a valuable resource.
However, it must be re-refined mainly due to the accumulation of physical and chemical contaminants in the oil during service.
Refining Used Lubricating Oils describes the properties of used lubricating oils and presents ways these materials can be re-refined and converted into useful lubricants as well as other products. IJSER is an open access international journal or a large number of high quality and peer reviewed research publishing in all the fields of science, engineering and technology.
reprocessing, re-refining and incineration of waste lubricating oil. According to their studies, pre-treatment by heat or filtration, followed by either vacuum distillation with hydrogen finishing or clay, or solvent extraction with clay and chemical treatment with hydro-heating are commonly employed techniques for re-refining of used by: 1.
STP is pioneer on Used Lube Oil Re-refining since more than 20 years. STP has implemented several Re-refining Plants worldwide and is providing the last generation of Re-refining Process based on unicum open art know-how. USED LUBE OIL RE-REFINING Engineering & Contractor STP -Studi Tecnologie Progetti Srl Ezio Tarantelli, 97 – Re-refining of used lube oil is an economically attractive recycling method in terms of resources conservation and environment protection.
It allows processing of hazardous material in a safe and effective way to recover an high quality base oil product. The re-refining of used oils is a process of repeating some or all of the five basic refinery processes to return the base oil to a usable condition or state.
Re-refiners use various processes to remove contaminants, water, spent additives and any of the original remaining additives from the used : Noria Corporation. Re-refined oil is used motor oil that undergoes an extensive re-refining process to remove contaminants to produce a good-as-new base oil.
This base oil is then sold to blenders who add additive packages to produce lubricants such as motor oil, transmission fluid, and grease. Used lubricating oil would generally contain the following impurities: water, solid particles, dust and wear debris, fuels and fuel fractions, carbon, soot, sludge, oil‐oxidized products and lube oil additives and their degraded by‐products.
Rerefining processes aim at removing these impurities in a. re-refining of used oils are higher than yields from refining of virgin crude oil for lube stock.
About 60 to 80% of base lubricating oil stock can be produced from a ton of used lubricating oil compared to 20% yield from the same quantity of virgin crude oil .
Re-refining of automotive engine waste oil is. USED LUBE OIL Used lube oil is defined as the petroleum derived or synthetic oil which remains after applications in lubrications, cutting purposes, etc. Build up of temperature degrade the lubricating oil, thus leading to reduction in properties such as: Viscosity, Specific gravity, etc Dirt and metal parts from the surfaces are also.
Lube Oil Blending Plant designed and supplied by Balaji Consultants are used for processing various grades of automotive and industrial lubricants. We set these plants are tailor made to meet the several requisites of clients.
Used lube oil is defined as the petroleum-derived or synthetic oil which remains after applications in lubrication, cutting purposes etc. After a certain period of useful life, the lubricating oil loses its properties and cannot be used as such in machinery. Build up of temperature degrade the lubricating oils, thus leading to reduction in.
volume of lubricating oil from used oil Various methods have been employed to carry out the refining of used oil11,12, Recycling technology is the most important used oil re-refining The refining process involves the removal of contaminants and dirts by distillation, acid treatm14, solvent extract clayCited by: 6.
Re-refining on the other hand is a process that removes all impurities, both soluble and insoluble, and returns the oil to a quality suitable for several application, including automobiles.
3V Tech supplies Modular Used Lube Oil Re-refining, skid mounted systems, ready for immediate installation. The capacity of Modular Re-refining Unit is.
South Africa’s used oil re-refining challenges The used oil industry in South Africa is thriving – out of million litres of new oil sold per annum, million litres is collected for recycling.
However, currently, only 10% of the used oil collected is. Oil supply in the world is finite. It would more environmentally friendly if oil could be re-refined.
Current lubricating oil re-refining involves energy intensive process. In this research project, two processes that are less energy intensive, flocculation and adsorption, were studied. Lube Oil /Used Oil Re-refining Technology Used Oil Rerefining Technology.
Re-refining is a profitable opportunity since lube oil can be re-refined as many times as you like, therefore becoming a very attractive business opportunity while safeguarding the environment. is the international website for the worldwide Lubricant Industry.
This portal is an active B2B website for all Lubricant Suppliers and their products like Lubricants. In this section you can find 11 Lubricant Suppliers in New Zealand registered on our portal. The companies are divided into suppliers for Lubricating Greases, Lubricating Oils, Lubricating Pastes, Solid.- Reduce dependence on imported oil.
- Re-refining is energy efficient. - Provides direct and indirect employment. Re-refining of used lubricating oils. Countries all over the world including United States, UK, France, Italy, Canada, India, South Africa, Israel, Australia and New Zealand etc.
re-refine used oils into lubricating oil base stocks.From Finished Lubricating Oil To Waste Oil Chapter 1. Base lubricating oil manufacturing Chapter 2.
Oil use in the engine, collect and controls. PART II Used Engines Oils Rerefining Chapter 3. Oil composition and the treatment steps required Chapter 4. Main processes available (industrialized or not) PART III Energy Recovery From Engine Waste Oil.