Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Regenerating Oil from Plastic

Eicoh will launch "YUKAKI," equipment that regenerates oil from waste plastic, on June 1, 2007. By mixing with heavy fuel oil A, this regenerated oil can be used in applications such as fuel for diesel generators.

Polyethylene, polypropylene and polystyrene that are collected in conformity with the Container and Packaging Recycling Law are used as raw materials. These plastics are crushed into pieces smaller than 15 mm, washed and then dried. The processed plastic is melted by heating, decomposed and then vaporized. By cooling it with water, the vaporized plastic turns into light oil. The use of a high-frequency induction heating method in the heating process results in safer operation in comparison with heating by fire. 100 parts of material will generate oil in a ratio of 70-90 parts, residue of 2-10 parts and waste gas of 8-20 parts

They are...priced at 28 million yen and 45 million yen.
(US $230,000 and $370,000)

Eicoh Launches Equipment for Regenerating Oil from Waste Plastic -- Tech-On!



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