Applying polymer in oil separation could help to improve or optimize current technology by reducing middle steps of processing.
Soil Net has recently developed a treatment process for any vegetable crude oil to:
The current process of oil clarification requires a huge amount of water to wash in order to purify the vegetable oil and biodiesel. With Soil Net's technology, the large amount of water will be saved and then led to the cost saving. In addition, our method also helps to save time in the total process.
Oil treated in Soil Net's lab includes:
Besides working on crude vegetable oil, we offer the same method applied on Waste Vegetable Oil (brown grease, yelow grease) to biodiesel.
We are offering to test on other vegetable oils like: peanut oil, sesame oil, jatropha,... in Soil Net's lab as requested.
Biodiesel treatment on WVO
Left to right: Original sample, in progress and final stage
Biodiesel treatment on crude canola oil at washing step
Left to right: polymer concentration at 20, 25 and 30ppm. At 30ppm, exceeded methoxide was cleared up and left washed water clean. So with the right application, polymer can help to reduce water to wash biodiesel, or to eliminate this step completely.