New Zealand waste oil recovery:
New Zealand is very concerned about the recycling and recycling of used oil. New Zealand now has three regenerative plants, the first regenerative plant established in Auckland in 11 years, and has grown into the largest Dominican regeneration company in the country. New Zealand's new lubricants are imported, so the reclaimed oil is protected and exempt from consumption tax. The government also subsidizes recycling, and each waste oil is subsidized by 1 cent. New Zealand regenerates the sulfuric acid-white clay process. The quality of the reclaimed oil is good and the regenerated engine oil reaches the + level. New Zealand is also interested in pollution-free recycling processes. In the mid-1920s, it has visited the United States, Germany, Italy, France, the United Kingdom, and Switzerland to import thin film evaporation devices for recycling waste oil.
The characteristics of our company's waste oil recovery equipment:
1. The equipment oil filter adopts a special separation filter, which does not need heating, and the dehydration efficiency is more than 20 times that of other forms of equipment.
2. Since it is not heated, it completely ensures that the additives in the oil are not cracked or deteriorated.
3, the operation is simple, can automatically run the water on-line, do not need to be guarded.
4. Low operating cost, 20-40% lower than vacuum oil filter, centrifugal separation and plate and frame pressure filter.
5. The unique nano-organic molecular flocculation technology is integrated with the assembly separation and demulsification technology. Using Germany imported polymer wrinkled coalescence PM material to break the emulsification, so that the oil molecules and water molecules are completely separated