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Imagine Owning and Operating your own Continual Flow Diesel Refinery

A built to order Decentralized Refinery with Extremely Low Production Costs

A profitable end to Toxic Waste Oil and Plastic Stockpiles.. Emissions Free

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" With the plant’s clear absence of CO/CO² output makes an important contribution to environmental stability. More importantly, reducing environmental CO2 can now enable a plant owner to receive remuneration or a Carbon Credit "

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This is a Closed Loop Process with no harmful Emissions (no dioxins, no furans)

Low-temp (max 420°C)

Fully automatically controlled system with little maintenance

Low-price production costs

De-centralized Units

1 ton Input >900 lt Diesel Output

Pressureless closed system

Highest quality EN 590 Diesel Fuel for Heating or Transportation

Positive energy balance High efficiency ( 90%+ depending input material)

Modular Design to be Upgradeable

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Our Fractional Depolymerization technology will deal with most oil and plastic waste streams.

Decentralized plants that produces 500+ litres of diesel per hour

Convert Toxic Oil & Plastic stockpiles or perhaps normally uneconomic oil wells into EN590 Diesel for transportation and Heating applications or to generate electricity

Decrease Plastic and Oil stockpiles - On Site Production

Our plant operates pressureless, closed loop and at low temperatures

No Toxic emissions and an efficiency of up to 94%

With our technology, Chloride ingredients are neutralized.

This is a genuine commercial plant that will finally deal with most Plastic/oil Waste Streams.... Period Waste Management

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Energy Recycling and Waste Management Today

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"Fuels from residual substances represent the future of energy development without the centralized control that exerted by large oil companies exploiting the world’s existing fossil fuel resources."

With technologies like ours now becoming available, these “synthetic fuels” will increasingly replace declining oil reserves in the future.

Profitable Synthetic fuel production is possible because sufficient quantities of raw materials exist to develop deliverable quantities to replace fossil fuel production.

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Other well-known procedures, like pyrolysis, are not able to capture hydrocarbon pollutants, such as halogens and metal steams, which often remain in the final product of existing recycling plants. oil refinery

Transforming residual substances with each of the well-known recycling procedures requires temperatures of 450°C and higher, a temperature at which coke crystals begin to form from residual substances.oil refinery

Such high temperature procedures decompose the hydrocarbons in the plant nearly completely into coke crystals and methane. Thus, relocated hydrogen atoms convert the existing hydrocarbons, CH2, into methane, CH4, and coke crystals, C. In other words, solid coke and methane gas, CH4, are produced from liquefiable hydrocarbons.

But while coke and methane can be used further as an energy output, the by-products of such high temperature procedures, like CO2, Dioxin and Furans, are an unacceptable environmental hazard! refinery oil refinery Diesel, Alternative fuel, Catalytic Depolymerization, biodiesel, zero emission, biodiesel, recycle, Waste, landfill, transformer oil, biodiesel plant, convert, recycle,Wastement

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Energy Conversion Solutions for Tomorrow: A New Approach

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A new recycling formulation was necessary that would convert existing hydrocarbons not into methane, CH4, and coke crystals, C, but into CH2 and only then in molecule lengths that reduce and bind in a manner that separates unusable pollutants.

In essence, the new formulation returns to the natural processes used for hundreds of millions of years where fossilized by-products from the seas settled into suspended clay minerals and ultimately formed fossil fuels, such as oil hydrocarbons. oil refinery

We have a process that is modeled on Mother Nature’s behavior without the hundreds of millions of years it took to create fossil fuels through natural processes.

Our process produces Diesel Fuel at a very competitve cost protocol,environmental,treaty,climate change

In order to achieve the necessary quality of product, development of an engineering plant was necessary that would require low maintenance and offer reliability of high-quality Diesel Fuel production.

The Plant is a self-sustaining energy production platform. It uses up to 10% of its own energy to run the plant.

In our plant’s closed loop negative pressure cycle process, the transformation of the input waste materials are characterized by the following results:

Fractional Depolymerization at low temperatures (270 – 420°C) and virtually pressure-free (< 0.1bar).

• Hydrocarbon conversion rates not previously achievable of more than 80% without the same magnitude of dangerous residual by-products.

• Decontamination of dangerous residual by-products (halogens, etc.)

• High-quality Diesel Fuel is the result suitable for use in today’s engines.

• Our standard plant, 500 l/h of Diesel Fuel production, was economically optimized for the most diverse range of oils and mineral materials to be used as plant inputs.

• The small size of the plant makes decentralized processing possible on-site where the raw input materials exist, thereby reducing and keeping potentially expensive transportation costs in check.

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Dimensions, Characteristics and Construction Parameters

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• The base technology, the reactor component resides has dimensions of Length x Base = 12 x 6 m.

• The overall height of the plant is 9.5 m, which reflects the height of the distillation column with its condenser.

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Safety Provisions and Considerations

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• A total surface area of 200 to 250 m2 is considered sufficient to provide the required safety margins to the walls of the plant, as well as to protect technological traffic routes held within the plant facility.

• The plant can be adapted to local environments in both height and base considerations, with many facets of the plant customer adaptable.

The plant is a self-sufficient energy independent platform that has self-supervisory electronic control systems and is built in a manner to exclude dangerous gaseous emissions. The only emissions of the plant are the exhaust gases emitted by the drying process of the input material.These emissions are dealt with via an off the shelf filter system.

• An effective “seal” of the plant is achieved by creating slight permanent negative pressure inside the plant core, with a safety disconnect. diesel

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Peripheral Components

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• A generator with 230 kW power reserve can be installed to achieve energy self-sufficiency for the plant after startup.

• A regulated dosing promoter for the mixed hydrocarbon wastes as a function of the reaction conditions in the plant.

• A storage vessel for input waste materials and a tank for Diesel Fuel produced by the plant as well as the small percentage of waste materials of the plant.

• A water storage container for cooling the distillation column, which also serves as a reservoir for fire fighting purposes.

• All storage vessels of the plant are transport-safe, reusable and have quick-locking mechanisms.

• Electronic instrumentation on all elements of the plant to constantly supervise and monitor variable parameters of the plant, including liquid conditions, process temperatures, flow velocities and pH values, as well as permanent Internet connections to enable and insure remote-site supervision.

• Electronic controls insure that the plant can be safely turned off and/or disabled if there are any processing abnormalities.

• Electronic instrumentation also insures optimized control.

• The plant’s peripheral devices and core plant components are constructed and configured in a manner to optimize time expenditure from input of waste materials for reduction to the end-stage production of Diesel Fuel.

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Plant Operator Responsibilities

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The following conditions are to be secured by the operator: biodiesel

• Preparation of foundation surfaces, securing peripheral devices to the foundation and preparing oil catch pan for the plant.

• Backup power for the plant.

• Lighting of the plant areas.

• Structural adjustments with existing buildings.

• Water supply to the plant site.

• Identifying and preparing escape routes, per local laws and regulations.

• Providing plant roofing

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Plant Operation

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The plant is compact and flexible. In the case of optimized Diesel Fuel production using waste materials inputs, the plant is to run constantly in a three-shift operation format, employing qualified personnel at each shift who oversee and monitor the self-guiding operational electronic controls. Plant personnel also monitor and regulate the flow of input materials and output production.

The manufacturer trains plant personnel prior to start-up of the plant. Comprehensive operating instructions are made available.

The plant operations manuals that take into account changes in technology and equipment contemplate periodic retraining.

A service contract with 24-hour on-call service centers is also available in the event unforeseen events take place in the plant’s operations.

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Hazardous Emissions

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• Since the plant does not reach operating temperatures that can lead to the production of dioxins and Furans, there is little danger of toxic gas emissions. Even when loading input waste materials, the plant is secured against toxins like Prions that are present in organic materials, because the process insures these toxins are bound together.

Liquid Safety Controls. All liquid processes of the plant are permanently placed under supervisory controls of qualified plant personnel. Emergency shut-off switches exist to halt all plant operations if unstable liquid reactions occur, for example, in a liquid emulsion.

Special Cut Off Provisions. Should abnormalities in the operating cycle occur, the plant has multiple cut-off provisions from water-cooling to cut-off of the generator unit to deprive the plant of energy to run its components to a safety disconnect and alarm system in the Central Service Center.

Restarting the Plant after Shutdown. Restarting the plant is only possible after identifying the abnormal cause and an electronic release from the Central Service Center. Thus, control errors and disturbances are minimized due to inappropriate repair attempts. The restart of the plant takes approximately 45 minutes and takes place likewise process-steered and supervises, whereby further sequence errors are minimized.

Redundancy in Sensor Measuring Devices. Measuring sensors are redundantly installed throughout the plant so that at least two measured values are required to correlate with one another in order to cause an automatic safety disconnection.

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Separation of Hazardous Materials and Removal of Prions

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The process produces certain catalyst crystals (processed metal impurities that originally appear in the input waste materials) that must be removed once the high-quality Diesel Fuel has been delivered to the production storage vessel.

The technology of the plant guarantees that the metals and metal connections in the residue are merged together and delivered to the plant’s exit waste vessel.

The final product, Diesel Fuel (which develops exclusively over the vapor phase) is free from these materials. If required, the metal impurities that form exit residue can be separated out and used with an additional electrolysis unit attached to the plant.

Since the approved input waste materials are mixed completely into the reaction oil at a temperature of over 300°C and no further separation possibility exists once in the process, no protein molecules (thus no Prions) are present without exiting and reduction to decomposition or into the product, in this case Diesel Fuel.

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Service Contract

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The manufacturer offers a full, 24-hour call centre service contract from start-up of the plant. This contract calls for both service and maintenance provisions and the exchange of parts locally to the plant’s owner.

The 24-hour call center furnished for customers can analyze, including over the Internet, the various operational parameters of the plant and can already be aware of abnormal operations, thereby minimizing the impact of lesser incidents and getting a lead on more serious problems to assist plant owners.

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Regulatory Framework and Licensing Issues

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The manufacturer assumes responsibility for delivering to the purchaser a plant that is in compliance with relevant pollution protection laws, building codes, fire protection and prevention codes, explosion prevention codes, and worker compensation and health protection rules and regulations.

The operator is required to make certain filings to comply with such rules and regulations of the relevant federal, state and local authorities in the country of operation.

Licensing regulations, federal and state laws and regulatory frameworks can differ from one country to another and the manufacturer is in the process of ascertaining the impact of such regulatory framework issues.

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Environmentally compliant

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The plant does not emit dangerous or toxic gases. Waste Management

• The hydrocarbons are split fractionally only up to the production of Diesel Fuel.

• No gas-forming, catalytic coke crystals develop during the chemical process, because the highest reaction temperature is 420°C, under the lowest coke crystallization temperature (420°C).

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Economic Viability

 

In view of the dramatic rise of crude oil prices and overall upward trend in the pricing of refined products, alternative recycling procedures take on a new value and we believe our recycling procedure will prove to be the most efficient, environmentally friendly and most profitable of the available recycling solutions.

Some of the more salient points that demonstrate economic viability:

 

 

 

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Quality of Product. The plant’s final product is a high-quality motor vehicle fuel (Cetan > 56) and sulfur PPM of between 0 and 50, dependent on input material..or fuel oil to be used in less critical uses, and thus has excellent resale value.

Efficiency. The plant’s high efficiency (~90%) gives the entire process a positive energy balance that is to a large extent emission-free and self-supporting from an energy standpoint.

• Carbon Monoxide/ Carbon Dioxide Disposal. The CO/CO² otherwise produced in the burn and gasification stages of the process develops in free form but is not bound. With use as fuel or fuel oil, CO/CO2 are only set free as sources of energy in the Diesel Fuel and therefore do not damage the environment.

Residue Qualities. Even new technologies, such as the hydrogen gas cell concept that produces CO and CO² as a byproduct during hydrogen production, cannot exhibit such positive energy balances as our process, and do so with nearly complete removal of residual substances.

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Significant economic benefits in using our technology

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Jobs. The plant will create jobs and engineering potential in metal/mechanical engineering and the chemical industry for the production of plants.

Environmental Impact. The plant’s clear reduction of CO/CO² output makes an important contribution to environmental stability. More importantly, reducing environmental CO2 can now enable a plant owner to receive remuneration from the waste and energy industry.

Reduction of Crude-oil imports. Regenerating raw materials and enabling the use of energy from residue substances will clearly reduce importing of crude-oil.

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Material Input Capacity : > Built to Order

Material Input Types : Used Motor Oils,Transformer Oil, Crude Oil, Flushing Oil, Oil sludges,Bilge Oil, Plastics, Polyethylene , Polypropylene, PVC and Polystyrene

Efficiency level: 70% - 94% ( Material Dependent )

Additional Revenue: Revenue for raw materials are not in our calculations because this figure may deviate depending on the country and type of raw materials. For highly contaminated oils from transformers revenue of up to 500 $ / ton is possible

Operational Personnel : 4 employees

 

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