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Purification and regeneration of waste lubricating oil based on electrostatic adsorption technology

September 25, 2019

At present, there are many processes for treating waste lubricating oil. The traditional sulfuric acid-white clay refining process is simple in method and low in cost, but consumes a large amount of sulfuric acid and white clay, and the generated waste residue will cause secondary pollution to the environment; distillation-hydrogenation process And short-distance distillation technology

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Why It Is Difficult To Promote The Recycling Of Waste Lubricating Oil In Hydrorefining Process?

August 14, 2019

The hydrofining process was first applied to the processing of natural lubricating oils, and the products obtained were excellent in performance and rich in variety. In recent years, it has also been widely used in the regeneration of waste lubricating oil. Since waste lubricating oil contains solid impurities such as water, metal scraps and asphaltenes,

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3 Conditions For Investing In Waste Oil Processing Equipment

June 27, 2019

Affected by environmental protection policies, the waste mineral oil industry has received much attention from environmental protection industry in recent years. Many of them are capitalists. According to Purepathtech.com, some investors have completed preliminary market research and want to enter the industry and try high and low levels. . As waste mineral oil is a

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PILOT STUDY OF USED OILS IN NIGERIA

April 24, 2019

PILOT STUDY OF USED OILS IN NIGERIA By Prof. O. A. Bamiro (National Expert) and Prof. O. Osibanjo (Project Coordinator) Study sponsored by the Secretariat of the Basel Convention, Geneva November, 2004   TABLE OF CONTENTS   LIST OF TABLES                                                                                         IV LIST OF FIGURES                                                                                       V PREFACE                 

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What is the Difference between Flash Point and Ignition Temperature?

April 24, 2019

Flash Point The flash point is the lowest temperature at which a substance vaporises into a gas, which can be ignited with the introduction of an external source of fire. There are two main methods of measuring a flash point – namely, open cup and closed up. Open cup flash point testing occurs when the

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