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Separador de aceite de taladrina y lubricantes procedentes del procesamiento de metal

Resumen

Tipo:
Oferta Tecnológica
Referencia:
TODE20160801003
Publicado:
13/09/2016
Caducidad:
13/09/2017
Resumen:
Una pyme alemana del sector de máquinas-herramientas ha desarrollado una tecnología de reciclaje in situ de taladrina y lubricantes procedentes del procesamiento de metal. La separación de lubricantes, emulsiones, chips y lodos metálicos, respectivamente, se consigue mediante el uso de un separador portátil y ligero equipado con aspiradores y bombas. La tecnología ahorra costes de eliminación de residuos y facilita el cumplimiento legal en materia de medioambiente, salud y seguridad. La empresa busca socios industriales con el fin de establecer acuerdos de cooperación o comercialización con asistencia técnica.

Details

Tittle:
Oil separator of drilling emulsions and lubricants from metal processing
Summary:
A German SME, active in the machine tools area, has developed a technology for on-site recycling of drilling emulsions and lubricants from metal processing. The separation of lubricants, emulsions, chips and metal sludge, respectively, is achieved by using a mobile, low-weight separator equipped with skimmers and pumps. The SME seeks partners from the industry for a commercial agreement with technical assistance or a technical cooperation agreement.
Description:
The German company, active in Machine tools, was founded in 1945 and transferred to private ownership again after the political change in 1990; has been specializing in the field of environmental technology since the mid-nineties. This SME has its own design department, and is certified according to the DIN EN ISO 9001 standard. The company is expereinced in all aspects of the machine tool development process - from project planning, design and manufacturing to final assembly.

The technology offered:
Metal processing needs lubrication. Drilling emulsions and lubricants are continuously fed through appropriate tubing to the tool, and recirculated internally for a certain period. During this recirculation process, oil and metal sludge accumulate in the liquids, making them no longer suitable for lubrication, thus giving rise to serious damage of the tools. The liquids have to be replaced from the circulation and pipes, and metal sludge has to be removed from the internal tank. According to the newly developed technology skimmers are used to take off the most polluted fraction of the liquids, i.e. the scum from the surface containing most of the organic pollutants as well as fine metal particles. This fraction is circulated through a mobile, low-weight external device that allows for the separation, by several physical principles, of both metal and organic waste from the liquids prior to recirculation. Circulation rates of typically between 20 and 200 dm³ per hour are achieved. The lifetime of the emulsions and lubricants increases by at least 50%, thus saving time for complete removal of the used liquids from the internal tank and saving costs for the expensive emulsions and lubricants. Furthermore, owing to the density differences between waste oil, drilling emulsions, and metal chips and sludge, respectively, the metal waste is almost free of organic contaminants. This again will save costs for disposal and facilitates the fulfilment of legal requirements for environment, health, and safety.

The SME seeks partners from the industry, especially companies in the field of metal processing, interested in saving costs by improving the lifetime of their machine tools for a commercial agreement with technical assistance or a technical cooperation agreement.



Advantages and Innovations:
The additional circulation of the most contaminated portion of the lubricants and drilling emulsions through a low-weight, mobile separator is a surprisingly efficient means for extending the maintenance interval of the built-in lubrication of a machine tool.
- Saves time for liquid replacement from the internal tank, i.e., stand-by time of the machine tool, by extension of the liquids´ lifetime.
- Saves costs for purchasing both lubricants and drilling emulsions (approximately 2.50 -Y-euro; per dm³) as well as for waste disposal.
- Decentralized separation of liquids to be re-circulated from pollutants.
Stage of Development:
Already on the market
IPs:
Secret Know-how

Partner sought

Type and Role of Partner Sought:
The company is looking for partners from industry, especially companies in the field of metal processing, interested in testing the recycling method, or interested in a further development to save costs by improving the lifetime of their machine tools.

In case of a commercial agreement, the technical assistance would include information and training, a technical cooperation agreement is also highly welcome.

Client

Type and Size of Client:
Industry SME 50-249
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
No
Languages Spoken:
English
German

Keywords

Technology Keywords:
02002009 Machine Tools
02002011 Mecanizado fino (triturado, lapeado)
02002012 Mezclado (polvo, etc), separación (clasificación, filtrado)
10003004 Reciclaje, recuperación