The high cost of solvents and the resulting waste causes unnecessary expenses. They can be easily reduced with an effective solvent recycling system. Solvent recyclers are in demand today by most industries that use solvents in their cleaning or processing operations.
The practice of recycling solvents is often framed within the context of meeting environmental standards but another significant advantage is the direct economic benefit to a company.
Where Are Solvents Used?
Solvents have a wide range of uses, from dissolving oil, grease, and paint; mixing or thinning glues, pesticides, pigments, and epoxy resins; cleaning tools, electronics and automotive parts; and helping to make other chemicals. They are incredibly useful in multiple industries but they pose a major challenge when it comes to disposal and recycling.
What Is A Solvent Recycler?
Solvents are commonly used in a wide range of industries and solvent recycling provides an effective way of minimizing waste and saving money.
A solvent recycler is a machine that separates the contaminants from the solvent so the processed solvent is clean again and can be reused. This saves the cost of purchasing new solvent and lowers the cost of waste disposal. Far less material is wasted and can therefore be disposed of at a lower cost.
How Are Solvents Recycled?
Waste solvents can be recycled by removing the oils, debris, etc. usually through the process of distillation. This involves first pumping dirty solvents from a storage tank or drum. With smaller machines, large buckets may be used. …
The on-road IVECO S-WAY is the first vehicle in the new IVECO WAY heavy range, developed to deliver a complete package of features and services focused on the driver, on sustainability and on an advanced level of connectivity enabling new customised services.
The IVECO S-WAY was launched at a global event held in Madrid, involving global leader partners Amazon, Shell and Microsoft.
IVECO presented its new IVECO S-WAY heavy vehicle for on-road missions in a milestone Convention held at the IFEMA exhibition centre in Madrid, Spain, to its dealer network, its sales people, customers and the representatives of the international press.
Hubertus Mühlhäuser, Chief Executive Officer of CNH Industrial, presented the strategic outlook and vision of CNH Industrial at the event, which was opened by Gerrit Marx, President Commercial and Specialty Vehicles. Also invited to speak were representatives of the brand’s global leader partners Amazon, Shell and Microsoft, companies known for generating ‘creative disruption’ through their innovations.
At the event, Hubertus Mühlhäuser, CNH Industrial CEO, commented: “Within CNH Industrial, IVECO is part of something bigger and uses the synergies within the Group. This new flagship Heavy Duty Truck is not only an achievement for the IVECO brand, it is also an important milestone for CNH Industrial as a whole”.
With this launch, the brand is introducing its new IVECO WAY heavy range that marks a strong shift towards providing customers with an integrated transport solution, economically and environmentally sustainable, in which the services around the product become more important than …
Driving a car with automatic transmission is a great experience. Today, most of the cars in North America are made with automatic transmission unlike the rest of the world where manual is still popular. If you want to learn more about this, check out this article.
They both have their own pros and cons. When it’s all good, it is a real enjoyment driving a car that owns an automatic transmission, but sometimes this part of the vehicle might show a sign of exhaustion or defects.
In this article, we are going to talk about some of these problems. Read on to learn more about knowing what the problem might be and if there’s a simple solution for it.
1. Low fluid level and exhausted fluid
The transmission works thanks to a fluid that enables the gears to move up and down. This fluid is expandable and that’s why it’s smart to check the level of it every now and then. Some mechanics recommend even once a month, but you can get by with less than this.
The fluid inside also burns so over time might get exhausted and you’ll need to change it. You’ll notice this by the color of it. If it’s clear gasoline-like color, then it’s good. If it’s darkish and looking like there’s dirt inside, then you need to change it.
Sometimes just a small hole under the floor of the car can cause great damage. A simple bump on the road can …