An online resource page presented by NexGen Enviro Systems Inc. highlights the different capabilities and capacities of solvent distillation equipment.
Industrial facilities that use solvents for cleaning and processing can investigate solvent recycling options at an online resource page published by NexGen Enviro Systems Inc. of Lindenhurst, NY. The installation of on-site solvent distillation equipment presents a cost-saving alternative to paying for a third party to dispose of large volumes of used solvents. The process of solvent distillation makes it possible to separate valuable solvents, like acetone and alcohol, from grease, dirt, paint, and other industrial sediments. The recovered solvent may be reused in industrial operations.
In some applications, solvent distillation slashes the amount of new solvents needed by 90 percent. Industrial companies gain multiple financial advantages after investing in on-site solvent recovery. First, the recovery of usable solvents reduces the expense of continually buying fresh solvent. Second, a company cuts the amount of hazardous liquids that must be stored at the facility awaiting disposal. Disposal or off-site recycling by a third party comes with a cost as well, and on-site recycling significantly lowers that expense.
Machines from NexGen Enviro Systems are designed to be integrated into existing industrial infrastructure. The result is a streamlined process that routes used solvents into solvent distillation tanks with little to no hands-on effort on the part of factory workers.
Continuous model solvent recyclers allow waste to be piped directly into the solvent distillation tanks. Recovered solvents can then be redirected back into operations. Continuous model distillers can recover as much as 125 gallons in one hour.
Distillation tanks of 25, 37, 53, or 105 gallons on the company’s ECOPLUS models provide the size options that work in medium to large facilities. This equipment is operated in conjunction with drums or totes. Industrial facilities that use high-boiling solvents may utilize the optional liquid ring vacuum generator. It is certified to UL 2208 and ATEX II 2G explosion-proof standards.
At the resource page, industrial professionals may connect with specialists at NexGen Enviro Systems who can help a facility design and install an appropriate solvent distillation system.
The resource guide is located online at https://www.nexgenenviro.com/category/38/Solvent-Recovery-Systems.html