Solvent recycling is a process where contaminated solvent is collected, distilled and condensed into a reusable component again. Manual distiller for solvents smart range coating and industry sector. This series of recycler systems is recommended for the recovery of small quantities of exhausted solvent. It immediately allows you to significantly reduce disposal costs. Just set the time and temperature to start a distillation cycle. To facilitate cleaning and residue extraction, you can use the distillation bags. This range of solvent distillers is suitable for the coating and industry sector.
Solvent recycling unit is the best way to reduce operation cost by recycling the use of solvent for washing and cleaning. This contaminated solvent can be collected and periodically distilled to re-capture clean and pure solvent for same application again. In average, 70% of the monthly solvent can be re-captured and reused. Operations will have at least a 70% of savings and topup with 30% new fresh solvent.
How It Works?
Dirty contaminated solvent is collected in a separated drum. Fill up the contaminated solvent inside the recovery unit. The size of the recovery unit varies from 10L to 200L and it can be choosen depends on daily consumption of solvent. Securely close the lid of the recovery unit to make sure no leakage is possible to ensure all of the solvent distilled will not evaporate outside the unit
The recovery unit is a non-direct heating system. As solvent is flamable and explosive, non-direct heating should always be used. Heating element inside the recovery unit will start to heat up the thermal oil and then heat up the solvent via heat transfer. Temperature is usually set between 60 – 80 degrees celcius depending on the boiling point of the solvent.
The solvent is heated up to its boiling point and it starts to evaporate. Only pure solvent will evaporate separating from its contamination. The result of the evaporation will lead the solvent in gaseous form to flow inside the cooling coils for condensation process.
As the vapour goes through the cooling coil of the recovery unit, the gaseous solvent will condensed and start to flow inside the collector bowl as clean and pure solvent.
Once the solvent is completely distilled, the recovery unit will stop. It then must be let to cool down completely before the lids is opened for cleaning. Premature cooling of the unit will cause problems to the recovery unit. One of the most common problem is the rubber seal on the lid cover will be separate from the cover.
After the recovery unit is completely cooled down, the sludge and waste inside the unit can be cleaned and disposed. The recovery unit can be tilted to assist in the waste disposal. Alternatively the recovery unit can be used with a waste plastic bag. The bag will be placed inside the container before filling the dirty solvent. After the recovery process is complete, the sludge and waste will be inside the bag for easy disposal
|Loading Capacity||10 Liter|
|Tank Volume||13.5 Liter|
|Heating Element Power||1.2 kW|
|Sizes||44 x 60 x 103 cm|
|Cycle Length||2 – 4 hours (basing on solvent type|
|Loading Capacity||18 Liter|
|Tank Volume||24 Liter|
|Feeding Tension||230 V|
|Heating Element Power||1.6 kW|
|Sizes||55 x 80 x 113 cm|
|Cycle Length||3 – 4 hours (based on solvent type)|
|Loading Capacity||225 Liter|
|Volume Capacity||330 Liter|
|Feeding Tension||400V 3Phase|
|Electric Heating Power||15 kW|
|Working Temperature||50 – 230 degrees celcius|
|Sizes||245 x 115 x 205 cm|