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Waste Oil To Diesel Refinery Machine

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Waste oil is defined as any petroleum-based or synthetic oil that through contamination has become unsuitable for its original purpose due to the presence of impurities or loss of original properties. Waste oil should not be thrown away. Lubricating oil never wears away, it just gets dirty. After repeated cleaning, refining and recycling of waste oil by waste oil recovery machine, clean lubricating oil without impurities can be produced. Waste oil can be recycled without posing a threat to humans or the environment. Waste oil recovery machines will waste oil recovery into a yellow base oil, which is used in the engine and other machines.  
The waste oil recycling machine is an electrical installation and equipped with one or several electric current generators driven by diesel engines. In the waste oil recycling machine with a high power-rating, the waste heat can be used in a heating system.   
The working process of the waste oil recycling machine is to remove all the aforementioned contaminants and restore the waste oil to its original condition. The oil recycling process reduces greenhouse gases and heavy metal emissions when compared to burning used oil as fuel.
Chongqing Yangjiang Machinery Manufacturing Co., Ltd. is located in Chongqing, China. It is one of the most famous oil recycling machine manufacturer in China. The company's researchers have been working on the latest and most advanced technology waste oil recycling machine. 

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