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Do you know one litre of oil can pollute 950,000 litre of water? A big number of oil filters are replaced from vehicles and boats. As a hazardous waste, the mistreament of oil filters leads to water and soil contamination. Imporper handling causes not only pollution, but also violates regulations.
One oil filter consists of spring, gasket, filter and housing. Inside an used oil filter, there is remnant of transmission fluid. The four general materials are made of
Nevertheless, this is a great business opportunity to cope this harzardous waste. An Oil Filter Recycling System is a ideal solution for this waste.
Primary Shredding (Scrap Metal Shredder)
Used oil filters come in various sizes and composition. To obtain the valuble materials from used fuel filters, shredding (disintegration) is imperative. Implementing a double shaft shredder, a massive quanity of oil filters can be size reduce to chips.
The cross-rotation of shafts slowly compresses and bites oil filters, yielding 40mm strips and chips. They immediately go through a vibrating screen to separate oil from solid matters. Later, the oil is collected by a bin. Wiscon guarantee a drop of oil matters and all would be collected without leakage.
A trommel is a prefect candidate for screening chips based on size. The rotary screen produces overflow and underflow.
The overflow is oversized materials, while the underflow is undersized ones.
The underflow falls to a conveyor and goes through a magnetic separator to reclaim metals. In the end, the filter medium gathers in a bin.
This leaves oversized materials remained in the system, and they re-enter oil filter shredder and repeats the cycle.
Once an oil filter recycling system is finished, Wiscon tests it with various oil filters to show capability and output. Seeing is believing, so you are greatly welcome to present and witness with us on site. If you cannot make it in-person, detailed videos and numerous photos will be prepared for you to exam.