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ECO OIL TECHNOLOGY SP. Z O.O.

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Within the framework of its business activity Grupa Eko Park deals with comprehensive preparation and execution of both photovoltaic power plants and wind farms projects.

 

 

 

Offer of Eco Oil Technology sp. z o.o.

Al. Jerozolimskie 99 lok. 7

02-001 Warszawa

lodzinski@ecooiltechnology.com

www.ecooiltechnology.com

 

Eco Oil Technology sp. z o.o.  belongs to GrupaEkoPark sp. z o.o. capital group which specializes in renewable energy production projects. Within the framework of its business activity Grupa Eko Park deals with comprehensive preparation and execution of both photovoltaic power plants and wind farms projects.

Eco Oil Technology Sp. z o.o. is an owner and supplier of Plastic to Oil Technology for processing plastic waste into liquid fuel components as well as Rubber Fuel Technology for processing rubber waste into fuel components, soot and scrap.

PLASTIC TO OIL TECHNOLOGY

Installation for recycling with the method of catalytic processing of plastic waste into liquid fuel components.

The Plastic to Oil Technology® was developed due to the increasing problem of environmental pollution with plastic waste which until now have not been used in recycling processes.

Thanks to Plastic to Oil Technology® we are able to process plastic waste into components of liquid fuels in an ecological and cost-effective way and to successfully offer the end product on the fuel market.

Raw materials used in this process are mainly polyolefins, such as polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP). Waste used in the production process is for example:

-          disposable plastic bags and carrier bags,

-          packaging of cleaning aids and cosmetics,

-          parts of food packaging,

-          parts of household appliances,

-          parts of radio, TV and computer equipment,

-          parts of toys,

-          parts of computers and office equipment,

-          plastic containers, parts of pipes, containers

-          parts of wire insulation

-          parts of industrial fabrics,

-          automotive industry parts (e.g. bumpers, dashboards).

 

The basic installation consists of two reactors of annual capacity equal to 3,000,000 litres of heating oil produced from 6,000 tons of input.

Two-reactor process specification:

-          average consumption of natural gas per hour:  40 m3/h

-          annual demand for electricity: 360 000 kWh

-          annual water consumption for the process: 12 m3

-          annual input processing: 6000 tons

 

Installation capacity.

(calculated as the ratio of the mass of input to the quantity of the end product given in units of sales, i.e. litre, m3, kg ...)

-          heating oil production in litres: 50-60% 

-          production of KTS-F component in litres: 70%-80%

-          production of process gas: used in the process

-          soot production:TBC

-          production waste: 120 m3

-          the number of production days per year: 300 days

 

The input does not require cleaning or drying. Most of PE/ PP plastic waste offered on the market meet standards of the installation.

The end product of the process:

The end product of the catalytic transformation process which takes place in the installation is full-value heating oil, widely used in the industry, as fuel for household furnaces, or used as a semi-finished product in the further refining process.

The semi-finished product of the process is fuel fraction KTS-F.

 

RUBBER TO FUEL TECHNOLOGY

Installation for recycling with the method of catalytic processing of rubber waste into liquid fuel components.

Thanks to Rubber to Fuel Technology® we are able to process entirely used tyres into components of liquid fuels called post dehydrocarbonisation oil  in an ecological and cost-effective way in industrial quantities. Additionally, significant quantities of calorific soot and metal cord are recovered in the process. All end products have numerous purchasers on the market.

The Rubber to Fuel Technology® was developed as a result of growing demand for ecological technologies of processing rubber waste and used tyres which pose a serious problem for the natural environment.

The input in the process is rubber waste and used tyres of a diameter not exceeding 120cm.

Offered by Eco OIL Technology installation for processing rubber waste into components of liquid fuels can process 4200 tons of input annually.

As a result of the pyrolysis process the basic installation produces over 1800 tons of post-dehydrocarbonisation oil, 624 tons of post-cracking gas, 12000 tons of calorific soot and 308 tons of metal cord.

Two-reactor installation process specification:

-          average natural gas consumption per hour: 20 m3/h

-          annual demand for electricity: 200 000 kWh

-          annual water consumption: 8 m3

-          annual input processing: 4200 tons

-          post-dehydrocarbonisation oil production: 250 – 300 l/h

-          calorific soot production: 1200 tons/year

-          recovered metal cord: 308 tons/year

 

Installation capacity.

(calculated as the ratio of the mass of input to the quantity of the end product given in units of sales, i.e. litre, m3, kg ...)

-          post-dehydrocarbonisation oil production in litres: 42,8%

-          calorific soot production in kg.: 28,5%

-          scrap production in kg.: 7,3%

-          gas production in m3: 14,8%

-          production waste in m3: 6,6%

-          the number of production days per year: 300 days.

 

The input does not require cleaning or drying. Most of rubber waste and used tyres offered on the market meet standards of the installation.

The end product of the process:

The end product of the process is high quality post-dehydrocarbonisation oil, sold for the further refining process.  Additionally, gas fraction, calorific soot and scrap are separated in the process. All fractions are high quality products and have numerous purchasers on the market.

 

Contact:

Piotr Łodziński- Sales and Marketing Director

Tel: 00 48 600 080 800

Mail: lodzinski@ecooiltechnology.com

www.ecooiltechnology.com

Al. Jerozolimskie 99 lok. 7

02-001 Warszawa, Poland




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