recycle waste black oil using acid and clay

recycle waste black oil using acid and clay
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 RECYCLE WASTE BLACK OIL USING ACID AND CLAY
(CODE NO. 2014)


     Re-refining of used oils is now accepted and recognised as a legitimate source of supplementing petroleum oils.   Prior to the escalation   of oil prices,  petroleum  lubricants  and   other industrial oils were very cheap and their conservation and saving was not economically attractive.  Users did not care to  recovery and  preserve  used oils, which were allowed to be lost  or  were disposed  of by easiest possible means.  Rise in Oil  prices  has compelled  the  users firstly to economise the use  of  oils  and secondly to recover, grade and store the used oils.    Attractive prices  and  ready  acceptability  have given  a  boost  to  this industry.

     The current production of re-refined oils in the country is around 30,000 tonnes per year.  This is hardly five per cent  of the  oil  consumed, therest 95 percent is lost.  In most  of  the applications,  lubricants  only degrade and  are  not  destroyed.  Around  10  lakh tonnes/year of oils are therefore  lost  in  the environment,  and  pollute ground and  water.    This therefore, requires and urgent look into the design of machines, and machine lubrication  systems.   The design criterion is  required  to  be changed  from  used  lubricant  drain  out  to  preservation  and collection.

     Contaminants  is  a  used  oiled may  be  divided  into  two classes.

1.   Products resulting from chemical action, within  the  system   i.e. mainly by products of combustion.

2.   Foreign materials which enter the system.

     Products  resulting from chemical action with in the  system  are as follows :

i)   Carbon  and  other products of decomposition of  oil  or  of  incomplete combustion of fuel.

ii)  Oxidation products (which may be either soluble or insoluble   in the oil) due to chemical action at high temperatures.

iii) Gummy products both soluble and in soluble   resulting  from  polymerization (combining ) of unsaturated components in the   oil.

iv)  Sulphur compounds :-

     Formed  by sulphur in the oil or fuel foreign  material  may  include some of the following :          
              
     (a)  Dirt and dust from the air.

     (b)  Metal particles resulting from wear of operating  parts   of  the machine, or left over from machining  operation  during on overhaul.

     (c)  Foundary cores and from castings.

     (d)  Water condensed from air moisture or products of fuel  combustion, and

     (e)  Fuel dilution.


1.   INTRODUCTION                                      
2.   B.I.S. SPECIFICATION                              
3.   MARKET SURVEY                                    
4.   PROPERTIES OF LUBE OIL                            
5.   USE & SCOPE                                       
6.   PROCESS OF MANUFACTURE                            
7.   PROCESS FLOW DIAGRAM FOR
     RECLAMATION OF USED ENGINE OIL                    
8.   SUPPLIERS & DEALERS OF ENGINE OIL                 
9.   SUPPLIERS OF RAW MATERIALS                        
10.  MANUFACTURERS/SUPPLIERS OF PLANT AND MACHINERIES  

                
APPENDIX – A :

 1.      COST OF PLANT ECONOMICS      
 2.      LAND & BUILDING                                      
 3.      PLANT AND MACHINERY                                  
 4.      FIXED CAPITAL INVESTMENT                             
 5.      RAW MATERIAL                                         
 6.      SALARY AND WAGES                                     
 7.      UTILITIES AND OVERHEADS                              
 8.      TOTAL WORKING CAPITAL                                
 9.      COST OF PRODUCTION                                   
10.      PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS                               
11.      BREAK EVEN POINT                                     
12.      RESOURCES OF FINANCE                           
13.      INTEREST CHART                                       
14.      DEPRECIATION CHART                                   
15.      CASH FLOW STATEMENT                                   
16.      PROJECTED BALANCE SHEET                              
 

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