Oil sludge is a mixture consisting of oil, water and solids. The treatment on oil sludge would recover much oil and water for reuse. Also it is an ideal solution to for the solids disposal. More oil and water recovered, more energy and resource could be saved. DC oil sludge treatment plant mainly include decanter centrifuge, oil water separators and thermal desorption unit.

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What equipment available from DC for Oil Sludge Treatment?

Shale Shaker for coarse solids separation
Decanter Centrifuge for fine solids separation or water and oil separation.
Polymer dosing system for better oil sludge demulsification
Dewatering System for ultra fine solids flocculation
Oil Water separators for two phase liquid separation.
Thermal desorption unit for minimize the oil on the solids down to 0.3%.

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Oily Sludge Treatment Process

The main technology we used to dispose of the oily sludge is pyrolysis. Let’s see the specific process of working,
1. Collect all of the oil sludge together and then unload them to the workshop. Most of our oily sludge pyrolysis plants are installed in the open air. And then use our auto screw feeder to feed them into the pyrolysis furnace.
2. Under an oxygen-free, high temperature and sealed environment, the three main components of oil sludge, oil, sludge, and water, will be decomposed.
3. When the temperature rises to a certain degree, oil gas will come out. Thereinto, heavy particles in the gas will be liquefied into heavy oil and then dropped into the heavy oil tank; light particles in the gas will rise up and liquefied into light oil in the horizontal tube condenser and then also be reserved in the oil tank.
4. The slag will be automatically collected during the process.
If you have interesting with the oil sludge treatment system, please contact DC office to get more info about it.

 

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