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Distillation equipment for distillation of solvents and paint thinner wastes.

The units of the series DYnamic 30 - 60 - 120 liters are distillation units which allow the recycling and the reuse of degreasing and washing solvents.
Through a simple distillation process, they separate the contaminants (resins, polymers, pigments, paints, oils, etc.) from the original solvent.

The boiling of the solvent is accomplished by a peripheral heating jacket filled with diathermic oil, heated by an electrical element.

The vapors are then conveyed to a condenser cooled by air or water. The condensed solvent is collected in a tank, for its reuse. A rotating scraper having adjustable metallic blades keeps the content to be treated constantly in movement allowing maximum extraction of solvent while avoiding the residues to stick to the boiler’s wall and bottom.

 

An automatic drying cycle will allow the residues to be extracted in solid or powder state.

 

The DYnamic series distillation equipment can be connected to a vacuum unit, suitable for high boiling solvents or for those flammable ones which have a boiling point close to the flash point. The vacuum module can be equipped with an air operated vacuum pump or an electrical vacuum according at wish.

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Model

Loading  capacity (liters)

Processing time (hours)

Dryness cycle time (adjustable)

Protection

Flammable solvents

Not flammable solvents

Dimensions (cm)

Weight (kg)

SQ60 A

60

3.30 - 4.30

da 0 a 5 ore

AD-T IP44

*

*

90x122xh161

250

SQ120 A

120

3.30 - 4.30

da 0 a 5 ore

AD-T IP44

*

*

105x152xh195

450

DQ30 A

30

3.30 - 4.30

da 0 a 5 ore

EEx  od llB

*

*

65x100xh150

190

DQ60 A

60

3.30 - 4.30

da 0 a 5 ore

EEx  od llB

*

*

90x122xh161

250

DQ120 A

120

3.30 - 4.30

da 0 a 5 ore

EEx  od llB

*

*

105x152xh195

450

* in the Countries where it is allowed by local regulation


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