Technical Specifications

Peripheral Components

  • A BHKW (Block-heating-generator, total power plant) with 230 kW power reserve 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 can also serve as a reservoir for fire fighting purposes.
  • A storage vessel for catalysts
  • All storage vessels of the plant are transport-safe, reusable and have quick-locking mechanisms.
  • Electronic process control 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 optional permanent Internet connections to enable and insure remote-site supervision.
  • Electronic control systems insure that the plant can be safely turned off and/or disabled if there are any processing abnormalities.
  • Electronic instrumentation also insures optimized control, when connected with electromagnetic activation and supply controls for the catalyst, to provide for constant optimization, monitoring and logging of the catalytic reaction cycle.
  • 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.

Key Elements

  • A temperature from 280°C to 350°C in place of 450°C
  • Ion exchange by economic high-tech catalysts
  • Up to 100% conversion of crystallized y-catalysts, which are extremely active

These elements result in a final product of high-quality synthetic lightweight - oil, also known as Diesel Fuel.