Petrochemical Technology,UDCT SGB Amravti University M.S. India
Lubricating oils are fluids such as engine oils, gear oils, hydraulic oils, turbine oils, etc. which are used to reduce friction between moving surfaces. They also serve to remove heat from working parts in machinery, remove wear debris, created by moving surfaces and provide a protective layering on the metal surfaces to avoid corrosion. Lubricating oils are prepared by blending different viscosity-based oils with suitable proportion of additives. Base oils are either derived from crude oil or synthetic material manufactured by chemical processes. Re-refining of used lubricating oil is an intelligent option for any country, more so for India, as it would conserve both the natural resources as well as foreign exchange. It would also make us near self-reliant in lube oils. In this paper, an attempt has been made to search an eco-friendly technology for recycling of waste lube oil.
Copy the following to cite this article:N. B. Selukar* , "1-Butanol solvent treatment to waste lube oil for recycling ", Journal of Ultra Chemistry, Volume 7, Issue 3, Page Number 385-390, 2016
Copy the following to cite this URL:N. B. Selukar* , "1-Butanol solvent treatment to waste lube oil for recycling ", Journal of Ultra Chemistry, Volume 7, Issue 3, Page Number 385-390, 2016
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