Our Waste-To-Fuel process converts
such as waste plastic, scrap tires, and oil sludge into liquid-form
potentially be refined to diesel
and unleaded gasoline fuels.
The feeding system delivers a continuous supply of waste and catalyst to a pyrolysis reactor in which the pyrolysis process is taking place. The rotating reactor is heated to vaporize the feedstock. The vapor and solid residue are removed from the reactor using the discharging and filtering system. The filtered vapor is sent to a condenser, and the solid residue is put into a storage tank.
The non-condensable gas is returned to the furnace to be used as a heating source. The condensed vapor is transported through an oil-water separator to obtain an oil phase product which can potentially be refined to produce gasoline and diesel fuels. If refining is not feasible, the product can be used as a heating oil or fuel for industrial boilers.
We own two U.S. patents. The patents cover process & equipment for waste material to fuel oil conversion, feeding system, and discharging system for converting waste material into fuel.