Rene J Buesa
rjbuesa <@t> yahoo.com
Tue Sep 18 10:04:58 CDT 2007
I used for years a B/R (evaporator/condenser) unit and it worked like a "horse".
Efficient in recycling xylene, but it required twice the time to recycle ethanol, so I decided to recycle xylene only.
If you inted to recycle formalin (something I would advise against!), it would have to be one
"chemical recycler" (those chemical purifiers, NEVER of the evaporator/condenser type).
"Rathborne, Toni" <trathborne <@t> somerset-healthcare.com> wrote:
I'd like some feedback from anyone who has had experience with solvent recyclers. I have literature on the CBG and B/R. What other ones are out there? Is there one company that is efficient at recycling alcohol, xylene and formalin?
Thanks in advance for your comments,
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