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  • oil reclamation vs oil recycling - globecore

    Oil Reclamation vs Oil Recycling - GlobeCore

    The yield of recovered fluid is 80-90%. This process is usually cheaper than refining and incineration. Refining crude oil consumes 3 times more energy than reclamation of used oil. Obtaining 1 gallon of high quality lube oil requires 67 gallons of crude oil, and only edibleoilmillmachinery gallons of used oil.

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  • tyre recycling and plastic recycling through pyrolysis process

    Tyre Recycling and Plastic Recycling Through Pyrolysis Process

    The pyrolysis process and output from this process are environment friendly. Pyrolysis can produce synthetic diesel fuel and thereby the dependency on fossil fuels can be reduced. Bio-oil can be used in pharmaceuticals. Further research can yield technology that can convert bio-oil and in the future it may become a substitute fuel for car engines.

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  • pyrolytic waste plastic oil and its diesel blend: fuel

    Pyrolytic Waste Plastic Oil and Its Diesel Blend: Fuel

    Jun 28, 2016 · The authors introduced waste plastic pyrolysis oil (WPPO) as an alternative fuel characterized in detail and compared with conventional diesel. High density polyethylene, HDPE, was pyrolyzed in a self-designed stainless steel laboratory reactor to produce useful fuel products. HDPE waste was

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  • tyre pyrolysis oil

    Tyre Pyrolysis Oil

    Getting tyre pyrolysis oil from waste tyre is more and more popular in many countries. It has become a new trend of recycling waste tyre to edibleoilmillmachinery using the waste tyre pyrolysis plant, finally we can get about 45% tyre oil, 35% carbon black, 15% steel wire and a little combustible gas.

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  • waste tire recycling project

    WASTE TIRE RECYCLING PROJECT

    Waste tire recycling project obtains the final products as follows: 45%-55% fuel oil, 10%-15% steel wire, 30%-35% carbon black and 8%-10% flammable gas. It is 100% recycling project, not only a profitable business, but also helpful for improving the local environment, avoid garbage pollution.

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  • simultaneous maximization of the char yield and volatility of

    Simultaneous Maximization of the Char Yield and Volatility of

    This study proposes continuous biomass pyrolysis featuring internal recycling of a heavier portion of bio-oil (HBO) that evaporates, leaving solid residue when reheated. The recycling of HBO enables the selective production of light bio-oil (LBO) that is free from residue after evaporation, and also the maximization of the char yield.

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  • bio-oil quality improvement and catalytic hydrotreating of

    Bio-oil Quality Improvement and Catalytic Hydrotreating of

    “The project is looking at highly relevant issues related to upgrading liquid bio-oil. The work is a very good example of the ways the labs can team and perform high-quality research that advances the stage of the art in

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  • liquefaction of forest biomass to “drop-in” hydrocarbon fuels

    Liquefaction of Forest Biomass to “Drop-In” Hydrocarbon Fuels

    • Continuous bio-oil product separation and solvent recycle • Determine hydroprocessing catalysts and optimal process conditions utilizing bench-scale fixed-bed micro -reactors • Operability and product quality targets • 8 h of continuous liquefaction unit operation • Bio-oil yield 50 wt. % and 20 wt. % oxygen

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  • pyrolytic waste plastic oil and its diesel blend: fuel

    Pyrolytic Waste Plastic Oil and Its Diesel Blend: Fuel

    The authors introduced waste plastic pyrolysis oil (WPPO) as an alternative fuel characterized in detail and compared with conventional diesel. High density polyethylene, HDPE, was pyrolyzed in a self-designed stainless steel laboratory reactor to produce useful fuel products.

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  • (pdf) pyrolysis of palm kernel shell with internal recycling

    (PDF) Pyrolysis of Palm Kernel Shell with Internal Recycling

    At 400 °C using a BS ratio of 1/10 and reaction time of 45 min, a high yield of bio-oil (88 wt%) with a HHV of edibleoilmillmachinery MJ kg⁻¹, O/C ratio of edibleoilmillmachinery, and H/C ratio of edibleoilmillmachinery2 was obtained.

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