oil reclaiming

oil reclaiming

[′ȯil ri′klām·iŋ]
(engineering)
A process in which oil is passed through a filter as it comes from equipment and then returned for reuse, in the same manner that crank case oil is cleaned by an engine filter.
A method in which solids are removed from oil by treatment in settling tanks.
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That's why organizations require the help of oil reclaiming specialists such as Chem-Ecol.
They are designed for use with all types of grinders, honing and lapping machines, milling and drilling machines, and oil reclaiming machines.
They are designed for use with all types of grinder, honing and lapping machines, milling and drilling machines, and oil reclaiming machines.
The two-year project management and detailed design engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC) contract includes supply and installation of facilities to reduce water content; a new oil reclaiming system; a new crude oil loading pump; additional drainage facilities; a new switchgear house; and related electrical works.
"There used to be a waste oil reclaiming plant on the site," said Caswell.
Coolant cleaners are designed for use with surface grinders, gear grinders, honing and lapping machines, broaches, milling and drilling machines, face grinders, oil reclaiming machines and wherever clean coolant is needed.