Distillation and regeneration

The underlying principle of distillation and regeneration is fairly simple. It means that a saturated product is redistilled (purified) as a result of which it will be possible to regain a large proportion of the product.

There are fundamentally two options:

  • Distilling singular raw materials (such as acetone, benzene etc.) and replenishing them with clean material.
  • Distilling polluted mixtures (such as our own S-10+ stripper) and bringing them up to spec again in terms of composition.

If you have a product distilled, you will save on removal costs and on the purchase of a new product.

In addition, our regeneration products generally have an extensive absorption capacity and they evaporate considerably less rapidly, which often leads to a more efficient and economic cleaning process.

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