How to convert used motor oil to diesel ?
Used motor oil
Motor oil picks up a variety of hazardous contaminants when used in engines and transmissions. These contaminants include lead, cadmium, chromium, arsenic, dioxins, benzene and polycyclic aromatics. If used motor oil and the contaminants it contains are disposed of inappropriately and released into the environment, they can harm humans, plants, animals, fish and shellfish.
Used motor oil to diesel
In water, oil is a visible pollutant, floating as a scum on the surface. This oil scum can stop sunlight and oxygen from getting into the water, affecting fish and water plants. It can kill fish, frogs and other animals that breathe from the water's surface.
Low temperature burning of used oil can create airborne pollutants that can get into people's lungs and have adverse health effects.
Oil doesn't wear out; it just gets dirty. Used motor oil can be cleaned, re-refined and used again and again.
3D picture of converting used motor oil to diesel fuel
Converting used motor oil to a diesel fuel source. Currently, the market for used motor oil has stymied many recycling and reclamation efforts. The market for used motor oil has largely been geared to limited processing steps which convert the used motor oil into a low quality fuel such as bunker oil (#6 fuel oil) . Alternatively, a limited amount of used motor oil is reclaimed and converted into a recycled motor oil product.
Diesel fuel application
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